Jeon Mir ‘no hit’ perfect fight… Beat Gyeongbuk High School, Gangneung High School and go to the quarterfinals
Thanks to Jeon Tani’s ‘no-hit’ perfect pitch, Gyeongbuk High School defeated Gangneung High School and reached the semi-finals of the 78th Cheongryonggi National High School Baseball Championship and Weekend League Wangjungwangjeon (co-sponsored by the Chosun Ilbo, Sports Chosun, and the Korea Baseball Softball Association). Gyeongbuk High School defeated Gangneung High School 3-0 in the quarterfinals of the tournament held at Mokdong Baseball Stadium in Seoul on the 24th.
Ace Jeon Mi-re, who doubles as a pitcher, performed a ‘one-man show’. He started as the designated hitter number 4, but when starter Lee Joong-seok walked the first batter in the top of the first inning, he immediately climbed the mound. He prevented the crisis by returning three batters with one grounder and two strikeouts. The hot fight continued. He kept the mound until 1 out in the 7th inning, giving up 5 balls on 4 balls and not giving up a single hit. He struck out five. Mir Jeon, who came down from the mound to watch the defense of first base, once again stepped on the pitcher’s plate when the team faced a crisis with safe first and second bases in the defense in the top of the 8th inning. He gave up one ball that hit the body, but again prevented a crisis with a scoreless score. After taking responsibility for one out in the top of the ninth, he returned to first base.온라인카지노
On this day, Mir Jeon gave up no runs in a total of 7 2/3 innings, no hits, 6 strikeouts, and 6 strikeouts. The number of pitches is 104, and according to the mandatory break rule, he cannot pitch in the final scheduled for the 27th as well as the semifinals on the 25th. Jeon Mir said, “I knew in advance that I would throw as much as possible today. I threw it with the determination to pour everything into this game,” he said. I will cheer harder in the dugout as much as I do not defend because I am a designated hitter.”
He also beat Gangneung High School aces Yuk Chung-myeong and Cho Dae-hyeon. In the bottom of the second inning, Kim Woo-hyeok hit a double against Yuk Cheong-myeong at second base, giving the team a 1-0 lead. In the bottom of the 6th inning, Ahn Jung-hwan’s solo home run hit Cho Dae-hyeon and scored 2 more runs. Lee Jun-ho, head coach of Gyeongbuk High School, said, “Jeon Mi-re threw well, but I was able to win because the batting line attacked the opponent’s aces. I will prepare well for the next game.”