‘No pressure on the first selection?’ Command tower’s heartwarming gaze toward Ahn Woo-jin “It burns in a big game” 

 The real ace who cut off the team’s 5-game losing streak. The commander’s gaze is full of regret and trust.

Kiwoom Heroes will play the first game of the midweek series against KIA Tigers at Gocheok Sky Dome on the 14th.

Ahn Woo-jin, who started against the Doosan Bears the day before, ended the team’s 5-game losing streak with a good pitch and the first win of the season with 6 scoreless innings. Kiwoom confirmed the victory by adding 2 points in the 7th inning and 6 points in the 8th inning, leading 1-0.

This season, Ahn Woo-jin appeared in 3 games, recording 6 scoreless innings – 7 innings, 1 run – 6 scoreless innings. He has an earned run average of 0.47.메이저사이트

Kiwoom coach Hong Won-ki, whom we met before the game, sighed, saying, “It is the fate of the ace.” When it’s difficult, you have to do your part, and if there is a losing streak, it’s the role of an ace to cut it off.

Fortunately, he’s not the type to feel pressured. Coach Hong explained, “During the camp, I had an interview to make him the first starter, but as you saw in the last Korean Series, An Woo-jin is a player who knows how to enjoy a big game. Rather, he has a stronger desire to win and throws comfortably.”

Director Hong, who was a hitter during his active career, laughed, saying, “I want to see it at bat. But I don’t want to imagine it.”

Regarding An Woo-jin’s sweeper, “I have nothing to say about the type of pitch or the technical part. I only said once that there is a risk of injury or loss of speed when attempting a forkball. I encourage An Woo-jin to increase the pitch type for his own growth. I’ll just do it,” he said with pride.

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