The free agent recruited pitcher who disappeared after two games… A relief force appears in Kiwoom’s bullpen 

 Won Jong-hyun, a free agent recruited pitcher who left due to injury after just two games, returns to the first team.

Kiwoom Heroes veteran pitcher Won Jong-hyun joined the first team on the 18th. On this day, he will lightly check his condition at Gocheok Sky Dome, and will be registered as a first-team entry prior to the KIA Tigers game in Gwangju on the 19th.체스카지노

Director Hong Won-ki Kiwoom explained, “Due to the schedule, it will be registered on the 19th. I received a report that the feeling after throwing the ball in the 2nd group is good. I trained today, and they say that I am in good shape.”

Won Jong-hyun is an outside free agent that Kiwoom ambitiously recruited ahead of this season. He hoped to be in charge of one axis of the bullpen, but his ankle was caught by an injury. Won Jong-hyun was canceled due to an arm muscle injury on April 5, and after that, he underwent rehabilitation training for over a month.

Won Jong-hyun, who threw a game for the Futures, immediately prepared for a call-up to the first team. On the 17th, in the Futures League match against the NC Dinos 2nd team, he recorded 2 hits and 1 strikeout in 1 inning.

Won Jong-hyun’s joining is expected to be a great boost to the tired Kiwoom bullpen. Kiwoom’s bullpen has been a bit tired lately. Director Hong Won-ki added, “Due to the team’s circumstances, we won’t be able to go out in a very comfortable situation, but since we’ve been back for a long time, we’ll try to use it in a relatively relaxed situation at first. After that, we can go out in a tight situation step by step.”

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