11.06.2020

Lee Min-ho, the first PS high school graduate starting pitcher in LG history. First starter challenge in 15 years

However, the opportunity came to let the LG Twins Lee Min-ho know his true appreciation to baseball fans.Lee Min-ho will start in the first game of the semi-playoff against Doosan Bears on the 4th at Jamsil Stadium. It is the first time in 30 years since LGs founding that a new high school graduate of LG is starting out in the postseason.Challenge your progress. If Lee Min-ho becomes a victorious pitcher, he will be the third high school graduate to win the first pitch in the postseason. The first start of the postseason, a new high school graduate, was only twice in the history of professional baseball.The first protagonist was Yeom Jong-seok of Lotte Giants. After graduating from Busan High School, he won 17 wins in 1992, tied for 3rd in many wins, and 1st in Earned run average (2. 33). In 9 innings, he paid only 5 hits and put the other line to sleep with no loss. This is the only record ever for a new high school graduate to record a complete win in the first appearance of the postseason.The second was Myung-Je Kim, the pitcher of luck. Kim Myung-je, who received a contract payment of 600 million won in 2005 and received the spotlight as the best prospect, recorded 7-6 losses and an earned run average of 4.63 in the regular season. And in the third game of the playoff with Hanwha Eagles that was held that year, he made his postseason debut. At that time, Kim Myung-je, who came out as a starter to end the situation in which he was running two consecutive wins, made a good fight with four hits and no runs in five innings. At that time, one point picked at the beginning of the 5th became the final point, and Doosan won a 1-0 victory, and Kim Myung-je became the victorious pitcher, becoming the second protagonist to win the start in the first PS appearance.It is a glorious record that even high-school pitchers, called Naero, did not get. 2006 Many victories-Earned run average-Ryu Hyun-jin, who swept the rookie king and MVP as the strikeout king, came out as his first start in the second round of the semi-playoff against the KIA Tigers, but collapsed with five hits, three walks and five runs in 5⅔innings. It was done.There are many baseball fans who remember that Kim Gwang-hyun won the first appearance in the Korean series in 2007. The fourth game, when Kim Gwang-hyun became the victorious pitcher, was his second appearance. He started as a relief pitcher in the first game, made his PS debut, and made his start in the fourth game.Lee Min-ho came out in 20 games this season with 4 wins and 4 losses and an earned run average of 3.69. The bold pitching that pierced the opponents body with confidence was hard to see as a high school graduate.Can Lee Min-ho raise the atmosphere of LG by writing an unprecedented record of winning the first high school rookie PS starter in 15 years?

However, the opportunity came to let the LG Twins Lee Min-ho know his true appreciation to baseball fans.

Lee Min-ho will start in the first game of the semi-playoff against Doosan Bears on the 4th at Jamsil Stadium. It is the first time in 30 years since LG's founding that a new high school graduate of LG is starting out in the postseason.

Challenge your progress. If Lee Min-ho becomes a victorious pitcher, he will be the third high school graduate to win the first pitch in the postseason. The first start of the postseason, a new high school graduate, was only twice in the history of professional baseball.

The first protagonist was Yeom Jong-seok of Lotte Giants. After graduating from Busan High School, he won 17 wins in 1992, tied for 3rd in many wins, and 1st in Earned run average (2. 33). In 9 innings, he paid only 5 hits and put the other line to sleep with no loss. This is the only record ever for a new high school graduate to record a complete win in the first appearance of the postseason.

The second was Myung-Je Kim, the pitcher of luck. Kim Myung-je, who received a contract payment of 600 million won in 2005 and received the spotlight as the best prospect, recorded 7-6 losses and an earned run average of 4.63 in the regular season. And in the third game of the playoff with Hanwha Eagles that was held that year, he made his postseason debut. At that time, Kim Myung-je, who came out as a starter to end the situation in which he was running two consecutive wins, made a good fight with four hits and no runs in five innings. At that time, one point picked at the beginning of the 5th became the final point, and Doosan won a 1-0 victory, and Kim Myung-je became the victorious pitcher, becoming the second protagonist to win the start in the first PS appearance.

It is a glorious record that even high-school pitchers, called Naero, did not get. 2006 Many victories-Earned run average-Ryu Hyun-jin, who swept the rookie king and MVP as the strikeout king, came out as his first start in the second round of the semi-playoff against the KIA Tigers, but collapsed with five hits, three walks and five runs in 5⅔innings. It was done.

There are many baseball fans who remember that Kim Gwang-hyun won the first appearance in the Korean series in 2007. The fourth game, when Kim Gwang-hyun became the victorious pitcher, was his second appearance. He started as a relief pitcher in the first game, made his PS debut, and made his start in the fourth game.

Lee Min-ho came out in 20 games this season with 4 wins and 4 losses and an earned run average of 3.69. The bold pitching that pierced the opponent's body with confidence was hard to see as a high school graduate.

Can Lee Min-ho raise the atmosphere of LG by writing an unprecedented record of winning the first high school rookie PS starter in 15 years?

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