A 19-year-old right-hander in Japan’s education league pitches

A 19-year-old right-hander in Japan’s education league pitches 5 innings of 1-run ball, but falls to 0-11 on 2 hits.

Samsung Lions first-round draft pick Lee Ho-seong, 19, pitched well in the Japanese Education League.

Lee Ho-seong pitched five innings of one-run ball with five strikeouts and one walk against the Yomiuri Giants in the Samsung-Doosan Alliance Education League in Miyazaki, Japan, on Saturday.

The combined team fell to 0-11. The offense was held to just two hits in the loss.

Lee Ho-seong, a former first-round (8th overall) prospect who joined Samsung this year, has appeared in five games for the first team, going 1-0 with a 2.65 ERA. He earned his first professional win with a five-inning, one-run start against KT on June 6.

In the top of the first inning, a single up the middle and a double to right put runners on second and third. He gave up a leadoff single to center, but got out of the jam with a grounder to second base to end the inning.

In the second inning, the leadoff hitter was hit by a pitch to center field. But back-to-back strikeouts got the second out and a grounder to shortstop kept the game scoreless.

The third and fourth innings ended with back-to-back strikeouts. In the fifth, the leadoff batter was hit by a pitch and a sacrifice bunt put runners in scoring position. Grounded out to the third baseman for the second out and then allowed a walk. With runners on first and second, she got a straight popup to third to end the threat.

Park Kwon-hoo (Samsung) pitched the sixth inning and gave up two hits while striking out one. The Unified team scored big runs in the seventh and eighth innings. Han Yeon-wook (Samsung) gave up six runs (four earned) on five hits in one inning and Hong Seung-won (Samsung) gave up four runs (two earned) on three hits and one walk in one inning.

Han reached on an infield error in the first inning, 카지노사이트킴 and back-to-back infield singles put runners on the corners. A passed ball, a double, back-to-back singles and a sacrifice fly plated six runs.

Hong Seung-won loaded the bases with a single, a fielder’s choice, and a walk, and gave up four runs on two hits and a sacrifice fly.

Yang Chan-yeol (center fielder), Kim Min-hyuk (second baseman), Gong Min-kyu (third baseman), Yoon Jung-bin (right fielder), Hong Seong-ho (designated hitter), Kim Do-hwan (catcher), Song Seung-hwan (left fielder), Oh Hyun-seok (first baseman), and Lim Seo-joon (shortstop) were the starting lineup for the Union.

Yomiuri starter Motoya Kinoshita (21) threw a four-inning perfect game. Kinoshita is a developmental player who has been playing in the second team so far this year. Last year, he went 3-5 with a 4.73 ERA in 14 games, and this year, he has allowed three runs in four innings in one game.

In the sixth inning, Song Seung-hwan (Doosan) led off with a single, but Oh Hyun-seok (Samsung) and Lim Seo-joon (Doosan) struck out in succession, and Yang Chan-yeol (Doosan) flied out to shortstop.

In the seventh inning, Kim Min-hyuk (Doosan), Gong Min-gyu (Samsung), and Kim Dae-hyun (Doosan) struck out three straight batters. In the ninth inning, Kim Moon-soo (Doosan) led off with a single to right, but Jeon Min-jae (Doosan) grounded out to third, Yang Chan-yeol fouled out to third, and Kim Min-hyuk struck out to end the game.

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