‘Starting pitcher Jang Won-joon’ is back

 Doosan Bears veteran pitcher Jang Won-joon is back as a starter.

In an interview with reporters ahead of the Gocheok Kiwoom Heroes match on the 18th, Doosan coach Lee Seung-yeop said, “I’m thinking of Jang Won-joon as the starting pitcher next Tuesday.”

place of the original Dylan files. Pyle is out with an injury, and his first chance went to Lee Won-jae. Lee Won-jae, a rookie in his second year, started against Gocheok Kiwoom on the 17th and finished his debut game in disappointment with 3 hits, 3 walks and 3 runs in 1 inning, and was canceled from the entry on the 18th. Lee Won-jae spends more time refining at Futures.

For this reason, on the coming Tuesday, the 23rd, the game against the Samsung Lions in Jamsil was left blank. Coach Lee Seung-yeop decided to give veteran Jang Won-joon a chance after much thought.

Coach Lee Seung-yeop said, “Won-Jun’s performance in the 2nd team was better than Won-Jae’s. However, Won-Jae took the mound first to give younger players a chance first. The pace continued to be good in the 2nd Army. Jang Won-Jun has been preparing since spring camp. I worked hard on it, and while thinking about a position, I threw it as a starter in the second team without being selected for the opening entry.”

Jang Won-joon’s first team start was the last on October 7, 2020 against the SK Wyverns (1⅔ innings, 4 runs). Since then, he has only pitched in middle relief. This is also his first appearance in the first team all season. In the Futures, he appeared in 4 games as a starter and recorded an average ERA of 3.60 with 1 win and 1 loss.

Coach Lee Seung-yeop added, “Jang Won-joon’s speed and pitch may be lower than before, but his dignity and game management have improved.토토사이트

Meanwhile, Jang Won-joon joined the first team on the 18th. He will prepare for the start on the 23rd with his teammates.

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