Hanwha Cho Dong-wook

Hanwha Eagles discovered another promising new pitcher.

Hanwha’s high school rookie pitcher Cho Dong-wook started the game against the 2024 Shinhan SOL Bank Kiwoom Heroes held at Hanwha Life Eagles Park in Daejeon on the 12th and pitched 6 innings, allowing 3 hits and 1 run (unearned).

Jo Dong-wook, who was replaced on the mound in the top of the 7th inning when Hanwha was ahead 7-1, will become the winning pitcher if the team does not allow a comeback. Today’s game is Jo Dong-wook’s professional debut.

Cho Dong-wook, a 190cm tall left-handed pitcher, threw a mix of fastballs with a maximum speed of 145km/h, changeups, and sliders, and blocked Kiwoom’s batting lineup with 62 pitches until the 6th inning.

Jo Dong-wook allowed a hit and a walk in the top of the first inning, putting the runners on first and second base with one out, but after catching Joo-hyung Lee with a fly ball, the inning ended with Kiwoom’s Ronnie Dawson failing to steal base.

The second inning was blocked by a three-way foul, but in the third inning, a hit by Lim Ji-yeol followed by an error in right field resulted in one run being conceded.

Jo Dong-wook, who had a three-way outing in the 4th and 5th innings, allowed only 1 hit and no runs in the 6th inning, recording a quality start (6 or more innings pitched, 3 or fewer earned runs) in his debut.

Dong-wook Jo was on the verge of victory in his debut match, becoming the third player in the team’s history, following Hyun-jin Ryu and Jun-seo Hwang. 온라인 슬롯

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