LG Twins pitcher Kim Yun-sik (23) has given up the most runs this season. He also broke his personal records for most earned runs and most innings pitched.
Kim Yun-sik started the game against the Kiwoom Heroes at Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul on Aug. 8 and gave up seven runs in five innings. He didn’t walk a single batter, but he gave up 12 hits, both long and short. All seven runs were earned.
Kim Yun-sik gave up three runs in the first inning. He gave up back-to-back singles to Kim Jun-wan and Kim Hye-sung, and with runners on first and third, he gave up a two-run double to left-center to Lee Jung-hoo. After giving up a hit to Russell to put runners on first and third, Kim Yun-sik gave up a sacrifice fly to center field to Lee Hyung-jong with runners on first and second.
A strikeout ended the inning, and in the third, he gave up back-to-back singles to Russell and Song Sung-moon to put runners on second and third, but he retired the rest of the batters to end the inning with no runs.
However, she gave up four runs in the fourth inning, tying her personal record for most runs allowed and breaking her personal record for most earned runs. Kim Yun-sik gave up a leadoff single to Lee Ji-young, a double to Kim Soo-hwan with runners on first and second, a single to Kim Hye-sung with runners on second and third, a single to Lee Jung-hoo with runners on second and third, and a single to Russell with runners on first and third. 토토사이트
Kim’s hit to Russell gave her 11 strikeouts on the day. This surpassed his previous career high of 10.
Kim Yun-sik took the mound in the fifth inning. LG made four changes in the outfield, including the catcher. Hong Chang-ki, Moon Bo-kyung, Oh Ji-hwan, and Park Dong-won were removed. Kim Yun-sik gave up an infield hit to Lee Hyung-jong in the fifth, but retired the rest of the batters to end the inning.
The last time Kim gave up seven runs was on September 5, 2021, against the KT Wiz. At the time, Kim took the loss after allowing seven runs (six earned) in 2.1 innings. His previous highest pitch count was on October 10, 2020, against the NC Dinos. Kim Yun-sik pitched five innings and allowed three runs to earn the win.
It was a day that didn’t work out in many ways. He threw no strikes and no balls up the middle, but the Kiwoom bats were easily exploited. Kim threw a total of 86 pitches on the day. His fastball (32 pitches) and slider (20 pitches) were the mainstays, followed by his curve (15 pitches), changeup (11 pitches), and two-seam (8 pitches). His fastball topped out at 144 kilometers per hour. The big outing raised Kim’s ERA from 4.47 to 5.29.