Go Woo-seok showed off the best closers in Korea

Go Woo-seok (26-San Diego Padres), who is preparing to make his major league debut in Double-A, showed off the best closers in Korea.

Ko, who plays for the San Diego Padres’ Double-A San Antonio Missions, pitched one scoreless, one-hit inning in relief against the Minnesota Twins’ 2024 Minor League Wichita Windsurge at Nelson Wolf Stadium in San Antonio, Texas, on April 24 to earn his first hold of the season. It was a valuable save that helped preserve the team’s 1-0 victory.

She was the team’s fourth pitcher to take the mound after Josie Roberson in the eighth inning with a 1-0 lead.

He started the game fresh, 스포츠토토 striking out the first batter he faced, Emmanuel Rodriguez, on a three-pitch swinging strikeout. He then got Tanner Schobel to fly out to center field and Jake Rucker to fly out to left field to end the inning on nine pitches (eight strikes).

With the score still 1-0, Kouzouk gave way to Javien Sandridge in the top of the ninth.

San Antonio defeated Wichita 1-0 behind Koo’s first hold of the season.

After being sent down to Double-A after failing to make the opening day roster for the San Diego Padres, Ko has been getting his first taste of American action since June.

After a scoreless first inning in the first game, he allowed two runs in one inning on the 8th, two runs (one earned) in two innings on the 12th, and one run in one inning on the 15th, and then, after three days of rest, he was assigned to the mound on the 19th and gave up one run in two innings for a blown save.

In his most recent outing, on the 22nd, Go also struggled, giving up two runs on three hits and one walk in one inning. However, 온라인 슬롯 after a day of regrouping, he earned his first hold in three games with a scoreless inning. He also lowered his ERA from 6.75 to 6.00.

Go’s minor league season is a 5-2 record with a 6.00 ERA (6 earned runs in 9 innings) in five games without a win.

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