Kiwoom Yokishi, Nightmare Day… 9 hits and 8 runs in just one inning against KIA

May 19, 2023 seems to be remembered as a ‘nightmare day’ for Eric Yokishi (34), a foreign ace of Kiwoom Heroes.

Yokishi started in an away game against the 2023 professional baseball KIA Tigers held at Kia Champions Field in Gwangju on the 19th and gave up 9 hits and 8 runs in just one inning, allowing 12 hits, 2 walks, 1 walk, 2 strikeouts and 8 runs in 3 innings (8 runs). It collapsed with an own score).

This is the first time Yokishi, who joined Kiwoom in 2019, recorded 8 earned runs and 12 hits in one game.

Previously, the most earned points in a game was 7 (8 allowed) in the match against Hanwha on August 17, 2019.

In addition, on October 17, 2021, the most hits (11) allowed in the Samsung Lions match were also exceeded.

He went 1-8 down in the fourth inning, and his ERA jumped from 2.68 to 3.96.

Yokishi got nine hits in the bottom of the first inning with a 1-0 lead.

He gave up an infield hit to second baseman Ryu Ji-hyeok, the lead hitter, and a left-handed hit to Park Chan-ho.

Yokishi, who was in danger of getting first and second base safely, gave Kim Seon-bin two points with a timely sweeping double that landed on the right side of right fielder.

Yokishi continued to shake. Choi Hyung-woo and Hwang Dae-in hit consecutive hits to make it 1-3.

In the continued crisis of 1st and 2nd base, he induced Socrates Britto, the 6th batter, to a grounder on 1st base, and caught the first outcount.

However, after being beaten by Lee Woo-sung and Kim Ho-ryung in a row, he was put on the verge of being loaded with a ball that fit the body to Han Seung-taek.

Yokishi caught a ground ball in front of the shortstop against Ryu Ji-hyeok again, but in the meantime, third base runner Lee Woo-seong stepped home.카지노사이트

In the continued 2nd, 1st and 3rd bases, Park Chan-ho was allowed a right-handed hit and Kim Sun-bin was left-handed. After that, he caught Choi Hyeong-woo with a ground ball to first base, ending the long first inning.

KIA’s first attack lasted 27 minutes, and Yokishi threw 47 balls in just one inning.

Yokishi couldn’t win his minute. Standing on the mound in the beginning of the second inning, Yokishi strongly protested to referee Lee Kye-seong.

An official from Kiwoom explained, “Yokishi did not practice pitching enough during the karate shift process, and the referee ordered him to pitch quickly and appealed.”

In the 2nd inning, Yokishi was put with 2 outs and bases full, but he managed to escape the crisis by striking out Ryu Ji-hyuk, and in the 3rd inning, he managed to prevent a run by inducing Hwang Dae-in with a double stroke in 1 out, 1st and 2nd base.

After throwing 87 balls, Yokishi passed the ball to Ha Young-min in the 4th inning, trailing 1-8.

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