Woo-Seok Ko pitched in his first minor league game since being designated for assignment

Miami Marlins right-hander Woo-Seok Ko, 26, pitched in his first minor league game since being designated for assignment.

He pitched 1 1/3 innings of scoreless relief against the Charlotte Knights (Triple-A affiliate of the White Sox) at Truth Field in Charlotte, N.C., on Aug. 8, striking out one.

Taking the mound in the bottom of the eighth inning with the Jacksonville Jumbos leading 10-4, Gausman got leadoff hitter Carlos Perez to fly out to right field on a 92.3-mile-per-hour (148.5-kilometer-per-hour) fastball. 바카라사이트 He then fired a two-seam 88.8 mph (142.9 km/h) cutter to Brian Ramos for a line drive to straightaway right field, and after a six-pitch battle with the final batter, Colson Montgomery, he induced a foul-tip groundout on a 93.4 mph (150.3 km/h) fastball to end the inning.

Koo gave way to Devin Smelzer in the ninth to end the night.

He threw nine pitches and touched 93.9 miles per hour (151.1 km/h) on his fastball.

Go is a specialty closer with a 19-26 record, six shutouts, 139 saves, and a 3.18 ERA in 354 career KBO games (368⅓ innings). His trademark is his fastball, which tops out at nearly 160 kilometers per hour. Last season, he went 3-8 with 15 saves and a 3.68 ERA in 44 games (44 innings), helping LG win its first Korean Series title in 29 years. After the season, he announced his move to the major leagues in a post, signing a two-year, $4.5 million guaranteed contract with San Diego.

But the season didn’t start well. After struggling in spring training exhibition games, going 2-2 with a 12.60 ERA in six games (five innings), he traveled to South Korea for the opening two-game series against the Los Angeles Dodgers at the Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul on April 20 and 21. However, he struggled in a special game of the Seoul Series against his hometown LG Twins on April 18, giving up two runs on two hits (one home run) with two strikeouts in one inning, and was removed from the opening day roster and will begin the season in Double-A.

After struggling with a 4.38 ERA in 10 games (12 1/3 innings) with Double-A San Antonio Missions, he was acquired by Miami on April 4 as part of the Luis Arajes trade. Promoted to Triple-A in Miami, Gausman went 1-0 with a 3.00 ERA in seven games (nine innings) and one save, which was better than his performance in San Diego. However, Miami DFA’d him on March 31 to make room on the 40-man major league roster for the newly acquired Anderson. His chances of making the big leagues are all but gone.

After clearing waivers without a club claiming him, he was removed from the 40-man major league roster and his contract was transferred to a minor league club. He remains in Miami, 메이저 토토사이트 where he’s hoping to earn another call-up from the minors. It will be interesting to see how he performs in the rest of the season after regaining his composure with his clean pitching.

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