KBO “Recognition of misjudgment → Follow-up of disciplinary action”, Who will be the referee for the Hanwha-LG match on the 21st?

 KBO acknowledged the misjudgement of the referees in the Hanwha and LG game held at Jamsil Stadium on the 20th, and announced follow-up measures such as disciplinary action. If so, who will be in charge of the referee (4th referee) for the match between Hanwha and LG at Jamsil Stadium on the 21st? 

In the game on the 20th, the KBO referees made a mistake even though the 4th trial was agreed.

At the end of the ninth inning, with the score tied 1-1, LG attacked, and on first base, Joo-Hyun Jung attempted a run-and-hit with the second ball bunt posture following the first ball. First base runner Shin Min-jae ran to second base, and Hanwha Battery, as if expecting this, attempted a pitch out to take the ball out.

Jung Joo-hyun threw a bat to hit the missing ball, but the bat hit catcher Choi Jae-hoon’s hand and side. After the catch, Choi Jae-hoon collapsed without being able to throw to second base. In the meantime, Shin Min-jae settled down at second base.

The referees gathered and declared Choi Jae-hoon’s obstruction of the blow through a 4-sim agreement. Joo-Hyun Jung went to first base due to a hit interruption and became 1st and 2nd base safely. Hanwha coach Choi Won-ho came out to the ground and strongly appealed to the referees. However, the result of the decision made by the 4-sim agreement could not be overturned.

Afterwards, Hanwha blocked Kim Min-seong from the 1st and 2nd base crisis with a ground ball from 3rd baseman, and Park Hae-min from 2nd base from 2nd base with a floating ball from center fielder. 

KBO belatedly announced that it was a misjudgment regarding the obstruction of the ninth inning. The KBO said, “The decision was judged to be Hanwha Choi Jae-hoon’s hitting interference through a 4-sim agreement, but as a result of additional confirmation by the KBO refereeing committee, it should have been judged as defensive interference, not hitting interference. Accordingly, the KBO refereeing committee took follow-up measures such as disciplinary action. plan to do,” he said.  

In the game on the 20th, the judges consisted of pitcher Kwon Yeong-cheol, first base referee Jeon Il-soo, second base referee Kim Byeong-joo, third base referee Yu Deok-hyeong, and standby referee Kim Joon-hee. In the original referee rotation, in the game on the 21st, referee Kim Byeong-joo will be the center referee, and Yu Deok-hyung first base referee, Jeon Il-soo second base referee, and Kim Jun-hee third base referee will proceed with the game. 

What kind of punishment will the KBO issue this time? On April 7th, there was a misjudgment that incorrectly applied the baseball rules at the Sajik KT-Lotte game. The KBO issued a disciplinary action the next day. 

At that time, in the 4th inning, 2nd out, 1st and 3rd bases, KT Kim Sang-su’s batted ball was hit by second base referee Lee Young-jae and refracted. The referee misapplied the rules for the ball dead situation and the situation where the bases were loaded with 2 outs was recognized, and the game was played with 2 outs 1st and 2nd bases, acknowledging the score of the runner on 3rd base. The score went from 2-0 to 3-0, after which KT won 7-1.

The KBO admitted the next day,카지노사이트 “It was a mistake in which the referees applied the game rules incorrectly,” and issued an indefinite demotion from April 8 to referee Lee Young-jae (team leader) and a disciplinary action of 1 million won in fines. Jang Joon-young, first base referee, Kim Ik-soo, Kim Jeong-guk, third base referee, and Yun Sang-won, third base referee, each received a fine of 1 million won and a warning. Due to referee Lee Young-jae’s relegation to the second group, the KT-Lotte game on April 8 was played with Kim Ik-soo as pitcher, Yoon Sang-won as first base referee, Kim Jeong-guk as second base referee, and Jang Jun-young as third base referee. 

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