“I heard it was hot before the game…” Pedi, the strongest debater of all time, says heat is not the cause of his worst pitches [Busan Focus].

토스카지노The data is almost identical, and there were no physical issues. It looks like he’s hitting the ball well.”

1.74 ERA, 14 wins in 17 starts. Peddy, the absolute ace of the league, is down.

Four innings, nine hits, five runs. These are the fewest innings, most hits, and most runs allowed by a single player since Peddie joined the KBO. He also broke the league’s only one-run ERA. It soared to 2.10. He also gave up an unexpected game-winning hit to Lotte’s Lee Jung-geun.

NC Dinos manager Kang Myung-ho may have been the most baffled, and when he met with reporters before the Lotte Giants on March 3, he laughed bitterly when the subject of Pedi came up.

“The vertical movement of the sweeper was a little lower, and the axis of rotation was a little flatter… I think it was because the weather was so hot. Overall, my numbers were similar to a good throwing day. There were no physical abnormalities.”

By the fourth inning, Kang had thrown 78 pitches. “If I threw one more inning, it would be the fifth, so I decided it was better to give him a break,” Kang explained.

The 2023 KBO League game between the KIA Tigers and NC Dinos was held at Changwon NC Park on July 27. After pitching, NC Peddie watches the game from the dugout. Changwon = Heo Sang-wook 기자wook@sportschosun.com/2023.07.27/
However, before the game, they talked about how hot it was. In recent days, Busan has been suffering from a scorching heat wave, with high temperatures exceeding 34 degrees. The humidity is also intense. “We didn’t talk after the game,” Kang said. I was a little disappointed because it was the right time to continue the winning streak, but you can’t always throw perfectly. I’ll prepare well for the next game.”

Toward the end of the season, pitchers get tired and hitters sharpen their focus. It’s not easy to get back to a one-run ERA. “The strike zone used to be wide, but now it’s much narrower than before,” Kang added.

“I see about 300 pitches a day, so how can I see them all accurately, but it’s hard to change the flow of the game on one pitch. I think it’s something that needs to be addressed,” he said, then laughed bitterly, “Do I need to actively appeal to the robot umpire?”