The Doosan-LG game in Jamsil on the 29th was canceled again due to rain. This is the second day in a row that the game has been canceled. While it’s nice to see the tired bullpen get another day of rest, it’s no laughing matter. The tight remaining schedule is getting heavier and heavier.메이저사이트
Doosan is awaiting the return of left-hander Choi Seung-yong. Seung-yong Choi, who had been performing well after making the switch to the starting rotation, was removed from the game against the NC on Sept. 19 after suffering a peeled finger while pitching, and his roster spot was expunged the next day.
“Seung-yong Choi will need a little more time, but we plan to pitch out of the bullpen this weekend,” Doosan manager Lee Seung-yeop said shortly after the game was canceled. As long as he doesn’t have any other injuries, he could be ready to pitch in the first team as soon as he clears the skin on his finger. We could really use a pitcher. Right now, the team has a doubleheader against Samsung in Jamsil on March 9.
“For now, I’m preparing for next weekend,” Lee said, “We’re playing a doubleheader next week, so it’s best if you come then.”
“There was rain this weekend, too,” Lee said, “and if we make a mistake, we’ll have to play eight games next week,” he added. If this weekend’s games are rained out, the team will have to play four games on Monday. With the doubleheader on the 9th, it will be eight games in a row. “Now we have to play,” Lee sighed, “but it’s raining, so we can’t do anything about it. “
Lee is also worried about how to fill the five roster spots created by the expanded roster from January 1. “I’m thinking about two outfielders and three pitchers,” Lee said.
Doosan announced that Kwak-Bin Kwak will start for LG on Aug. 31 instead of foreign pitcher Brandon Waddell, who was scheduled to start today. LG will start Casey Kelly.