Kim Taek-yeon, Caught the Dodgers is Back

Kim Taek-yeon, who caught the Dodgers, is back… Director Seung-yeop Lee “I feel like I’ve adapted”

Doosan newbie Kim Taek-yeon struck out three consecutive missed swings with a fastball at KT Jeonseo on the 10th.

Manager Lee Seung-yeop of the Doosan Bears, who recently recorded six consecutive wins through ‘bullpen baseball,’ expressed his gratitude to the middle-level pitchers who fight back every day.

Coach Lee Seung-yeop said ahead of the 2024 professional baseball home game against KT Wiz held at Jamsil Stadium in Seoul on the 11th.

“The starting lineup is shaken and key bullpens Jeong Cheol-won and Kim Myeong-shin are missing, but young bullpens such as Lee Byung-hun, Choi Ji-gang, and Kim Taek-yeon are showing rapid growth and making up for the weaknesses. 파워볼

“They are players who are a great help to our team,” he said.

Manager Lee especially praised rookie pitcher Kim Taek-yeon, who pitched well in the previous day’s game against KT, allowing 2 hits, 3 strikeouts, and no runs in one inning.

Coach Lee said, “I knew that Kim Taek-yeon was a good pitcher since he joined the team,” and “It was disappointing that he failed to adjust his zero points at the beginning of the season and couldn’t adapt to the professional atmosphere, but after an adjustment period in the second team, he adapted perfectly to the professional stage.”

“I felt the same way,” he encouraged.

Kim Taek-yeon, who joined Doosan this year, took the mound in an evaluation match between the Korean national baseball team and the MLB Los Angeles Dodgers held at Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul last March, and drew attention by striking out the Dodgers’ main hitters Teoscar Hernández and James Outman with consecutive missed swings. dragged.

After the game, Dodgers manager Dave Roberts and national team manager Ryu Joong-il both praised Kim Taek-yeon, and many baseball experts agreed that a big-time rookie has appeared in the KBO League.

However, Kim Taek-yeon showed poor performance in the three games after the start of this season, recording an ERA of 7.71 due to poor ball control.

Kim Taek-yeon, who reorganized in the 2nd team, returned to the 1st team stage on April 11 and performed well with an ERA of 1.93 in 8 games in April, and also pitched without allowing any runs in 5 games since May.

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