Peddie collapsed, and that also in 14 consecutive scoreless innings on the KIA lineup… 3 innings, 7 runs ‘Worst pitch of the season’ 

NC Dinos ace Eric Peddy was hit hard against the KIA Tigers.

Peddy started against the KIA held at Kia Champions Field in Gwangju on the 31st, but came down the mound after recording 8 hits, 3 walks, 3 strikeouts and 7 runs in 3 innings. This is the first time that Pedi, who had a 1.97 ERA and 16 wins and 5 losses in 132⅓ innings in 22 games this season, came off the mound without completing 4 innings. It was also the first time he gave up 7 runs in one game. With 9 hits (1 home run) in 4 innings, 1 walk, 2 strikeouts and 5 runs, the content and results were not better than the Lotte Giants match on the 2nd, when he became the losing pitcher.토토사이트

Peddie showed an extreme appearance in the KIA lineup this season. He gave up only 8 hits in 2 games and 14 innings, striking out 12 without giving up four pitches. He became the winning pitcher with 7 scoreless innings in both games.

However, his scoreless streak was broken in the first inning. Peddy, who gave Kim Do-young a walk after one out in the first inning, allowed a stolen base in the process of striking out Na Seong-beom. In the ensuing 2 out 2 base, Hyung-Woo Choi gave up a double to the right of the right fielder, ending the first run and a scoreless streak against KIA. Peddie walked to Socrates Brito, but prevented an additional run by handling Kim Seon-bin as a grounder.

Peddie, who blocked the bottom of the second inning with a three-way offense, seemed to gain more strength in the top of the third inning as the team batting line succeeded in turning the ball around with three runs.

But the bottom of the third was a nightmare. Peddie, who allowed lead hitter Park Chan-ho to walk and steal, scored the second run with Kim Do-young’s timely hit in the middle right. He got the first out count by handling Na Seong-beom with a fly ball in right field, but was in danger of being loaded with consecutive hits to Choi Hyung-woo and Socrates, and three runs were added by giving timely hits to Kim Seon-bin and Kim Tae-goon in succession. 1 out 1st and 2nd base Byun Woo-hyeok at bat, second baseman Park Min-woo missed a ball that floated ambiguously into right-middle, and was again put in a situation with bases full. Scored 7 runs. Peddie barely finished the inning when Kim Do-young’s straight hit was sucked into the first baseman’s glove. However, the number of pitches, which was 35 before the start of the third inning, increased to 78.

In the end, NC coach Kang In-kwon called in Pedi at the start of the bottom of the 4th inning and put Shin Min-hyuk on the mound.