Hanwha Eagles coach Choi Won-ho said, "I will make a decision after hearing the opinions of experts such as medical examinations and medical staff," regarding the management plan for 120 innings pitching for second-year native ace Moon Dong-ju (19).The Hanwha club set Moon Dong-ju’s personal maximum pitching innings for the 2023 season at 120 innings ahead of the opening of this season.
It was because of former manager Carlos Subero's opinion that Moon Dong-ju, who throws a fastball with a maximum speed of 160 km/h, could increase the risk of injury if he throws many innings.Moon Dong-ju started pitching in earnest when he was in his second year of high school, somewhat later than other players, and since he never played a full-time professional game, it was judged that he needed thorough management .Moon Dong-ju is already throwing the ball close to the 'limit innings'. He was responsible for 98⅓ innings until the 8th.According to the original plan, the 2023 season will have to end if he starts in three or four more games .The Hanwha club is in trouble. We are reviewing whether it is the right decision to carry out the limit innings set by former coach Subero .In the midst of this,바카라사이트 director Choi Won-ho said he would find a way to manage it according to medical judgment .Director Choi said, "When Moon Dong-ju returns from the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games, we plan to check his elbow and other physicalon.".Moon Dong-ju’s management plan is expected to have a significant impact on the Hanwha team’s performance this season .Moon Dong-ju is firmly maintaining his place in the starting rotation with a record of 6-7 and an average ERA of 3.39 in 19 games this season. On the other hand, on this day, coach Choi Won-ho answered questions about Ryu Hyun-jin (Toronto Blue Jays), who will become a free agent (FA) after the 2023 season .In response to the question, "Are you checking Ryu Hyun-jin's appearance on the mound?" coach Choi said, "I will see it once I become a player. "Ryu Hyun-jin, who played for Hanwha from 2006 to 2012 and advanced to the American Professional Baseball Major League (MLB), said, "I will finish my career as a player at Hanwha, my home team," and said, "I will return when I can throw a good ball."Hyun-Jin Ryu, who underwent elbow ligament joint surgery last year, played 4 innings with no hits, 1 walk, 2 strikeouts, and no runs in his second match against the Cleveland Guardians on the 8th, his second game after returning, and was replaced after being hit on his right knee.