The first two innings of the season were also perfectly performed. Doosan Lee Young-ha, who joined the team belatedly after being acquitted of ‘school violence’, is becoming a strong supporter of the Doosan bullpen by holding three consecutive games.
Lee Young-ha took the mound in the 7th inning with a 3-2 lead against KIA held at Jamsil Stadium in Seoul on the 11th. Starting pitcher Gwak Bin completed his mission with 2 runs through the 6th inning. Doosan coach Lee Seung-yeop selected Lee Young-ha as the second pitcher from Park Bing.
Lee Young-ha took the mound to protect the lead by one point. He lightly blocked it with a three-way offense with 7 balls in the 7th inning. The first batter, Lee Woo-seong, was treated as a second baseman grounder, and Byeon Woo-hyuk was outcounted with a shortstop grounder. Shin Beom-soo ended the inning with a floating ball to center fielder for the first pitch. 메이저사이트
In the 8th inning, Park Chan-ho was out with a fly ball to right field, Ryu Ji-hyeok with a shortstop ground ball, and Ko Jong-wook with a ground ball to second baseman.
It was perfect pitching with no hits and no walks against 6 batters in 2 innings. 21 pitches (13 strikes). He passed the ball to Hong Kun-hee, who finished the ninth inning with two scoreless innings.
Lee Young-ha was accused of school violence and was put on trial until recently. In 2022, the victim reported Lee Young-ha to the Sports Ethics Center, sparking controversy over school violence. Afterwards, a police investigation and a referral to trial were decided, and the first trial was held on September 21 last year.
Lee Young-ha was acquitted in the first trial at the end of May and returned to the field. She had a 9-month hiatus since mid-August last year.
He made his return to the first team against KT on the 3rd. In the last 6th and 7th match against Hanwha, he recorded a hold with 1 scoreless inning for two consecutive days. On this day, against KIA, it was a hold for 3 consecutive games with 2 scoreless innings.
Lee Young-ha said after the game, “I played two innings for the first time after returning, but I felt no pressure at all. I always stress, but I felt really sorry for the team during the time I was missing, so I have to do whatever it takes to make up for it.”
He went on to say, “There is no burden in both continuous fighting and multi-inning. I am well managed in the training part, so there is no physical difficulty. I feel good.
Lee Young-ha started 5 games this season and recorded an ERA of 1.69 in 3 holds.