Samsung Lions manager Park Jin-man was sent off after protesting with dissatisfaction with the video review.
Coach Park Jin-man was sent off while protesting against the out decision in the 7th inning in the 5th game against LG held at Lions Park in Daegu on the 13th. It is the first video review protest exit.
The situation was this.
Bottom of the 7th inning, trailing 2-7. Leading batter Kim Ji-chan went on base with a hit. Kim Tae-goon pulled Kelly’s 4th pitch and hit the ball with a double that grazed the side of the 3rd baseman. First base runner Kim Ji-chan, who started early, landed comfortably on third base.
However, Kim Tae-goon, who was playing second base, was tagged out at second base. The second base umpire gestured that his hand was off the base. Kim Tae-goon felt unfair and asked the bench to read the video. The reading result did not change. Tag out as centrifugal.
However, a scene was captured where LG second baseman Jung Joo-hyun pushed Kim Tae-gun’s hand, which had already touched the second base, with a glove.
Kim Tae-goon, who entered sliding with his right hand to avoid the tag, initially avoided the tag. However, his right hand, which was barely touching the second base base, was pushed by Jung Joo-hyun’s glove and fell slightly. It was a scene that was hard to believe that it was overrun by the elasticity of running since it had already stopped moving.메이저놀이터
Coach Park Jin-man, who felt unfair, came out and appealed to the referees at the risk of being sent off. In the end, coach Park was kicked out. It was a decisive moment in the pursuit flow.
In the end, Samsung lost 4-7 despite Kim Ji-chan’s first home run of the season in the 9th inning. If Kim Tae-gun had been safe, it was a flow that he did not know what would happen to him.
On sunny Saturday and Everland Day, 21,817 fans who visited Lions Park put their fingers down and booed the referees. It was a scene sufficient to cause controversy.