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Dodgers Jang gave up his first earned run

Los Angeles Dodgers minor leaguer Jang Hyun-seok gave up his first earned run in the Rookie League.

Jang Hyun-seok, who plays for the Dodgers’ Rookie League team, started the game against the Los Angeles Angels Angels Rookie League at the Camelback Ranch Complex in Arizona, United States, on Wednesday. It was his third start of the season.

Jang failed to get out of the first inning, allowing two runs on one hit and two walks with one strikeout in ⅔ of an inning.

He walked the first batter he faced, Edward Espinal. Jang then gave up a single to Asanael Duarte to put runners on first and third with no outs.

He got Orlando Martinez to ground out to third base. 안전놀이터 He then got Rio Foster to ground out to short to load the bases.

Suddenly, the pitch faltered. Victor Rodriguez was hit by a pitch to load the bases. A wild pitch allowed a runner to score from third. With runners on second and third, John Wimmer walked.

With the bases loaded and the score 0-1, Jang Hyun-seok was walked.

Ben Serukuma came on in relief and a wild pitch allowed another runner to score. A grounder to third base ended the inning, keeping Jang’s run total to two.

Jang made his Rookie League debut on July 7th. He started a game against the Cleveland Indians’ rookie team and pitched two innings (16 pitches) with no hits, no walks, three strikeouts, and no runs. He followed that up with a start against the Los Angeles Angels Rookie team on April 15, pitching two innings (28 pitches) with two hits, one walk, two strikeouts, and no runs allowed.

However, in a rematch against the Angels’ rookie team, he struggled with his pitches, giving up two runs and failing to complete an inning. It seems that he was pulled early to manage his pitch count rather than his pitches.

Jang Hyun-seok threw a fastball up to 158 kilometers per hour as a junior at Yongmago last year, and signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers for $900,000 last August.

In the Dodgers’ prospect rankings released by in March, Jang was ranked 18th. He was 11th among pitchers. On the 20-80 scale, his fastball, curveball, 에볼루션 바카라사이트 and slider were each rated at 60, his changeup was rated at 50, and his secondary pitches were rated at 50, for a total of 45. He throws 94-97 mph (156 km/h) in the Rookie League.


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