9 wins + ERA 2.34 Tiger natural enemy, 1 inning 8 runs Humiliation → arguing with the referee… A day I want to forget

Tiger’s natural enemy pitcher was humiliated by allowing 8 runs in 1 inning.

Kiwoom Heroes foreign pitcher Eric Yokishi suffered humiliation in the game against the KIA Tigers held at Gwangju-Kia Champions Field on the 19th, allowing 9 hits and 8 runs in just one inning. It was sluggish with 12 hits, 3 walks, 2 strikeouts and 8 runs in 3 innings. 

Yokishi was particularly strong against KIA. After advancing to the KBO League, he played 17 games, 104 innings, 31 runs (27 ERA), 9 wins and 3 losses, and an average ERA of 2.34 against the KIA, reaching a win rate of 75%.

He was a natural enemy who won his first win this year by fighting well in the Gocheok game on April 14th with 7 innings, 5 hits, 1 walk, 7 strikeouts and 2 runs. On this day, the team line-up scored a point with Russell’s timely hit in the first inning, and started off in a good mood.

However, something unbelievable happened in the bottom of the first inning. Ryu Ji-hyeok’s infield hit from second base and Park Chan-ho’s left-handed hit, then Kim Sun-bin’s double that fell to the side of the right fielder gave up two runs.

Even Choi Hyeong-woo, who was overwhelmingly strong with 1 hit in 19 at-bats, got a right-handed hit. He seemed to sigh after inducing Socrates to a grounder on first base, but Lee Woo-seong gave up a right-center hit and Kim Ho-ryeong gave a right-time hit. Han Seung-taek hit the body, and Ryu Ji-hyeok shortstop grounded (1 run), followed by Park Chan-ho and Kim Sun-bin, who hit at the right time. 

In an instant, he gave up 9 hits and 8 runs. It took 26 minutes and 47 pitches to catch 3 out counts. He was not a pitcher with 4 wins and 2.68 ERA this year. KIA batters made super innings by aggressively hitting pitches that count from the first pitch.스포츠토토 

While preparing for pitching in the second inning, Yokishi also produced a squabble with the referee. Kiwoom said, “I asked for a ball so that I could practice pitching, but I didn’t give it right away. I appealed for this part because there was a request to start the inning quickly in a situation where the ball was handed over late and I couldn’t practice pitching enough.” 

Yokishi gave up 1 hit and 2 walks in the second inning and was on the verge of loading bases, but prevented a run. He was hit consecutively in the 3rd inning, but he continued the difficult situation by inducing Hwang Dae-in to double death. In the end, he did not go to the mound from the 4th inning. His earned run average also soared to 3.96. It was a day I wanted to forget, getting hit back by my prey. /sunny@osen.co.kr

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