Professional baseball SSG pitcher Kwang-Hyun Kim took the lead with a record of 1,500 strikeouts today (the 14th) with a dazzling pitch.

Byung-min Yoo.


Kim Kwang-hyun threw a fast ball with a maximum speed of 148 km/h with various changing balls and struck out up to 5 times.

After striking out both NC-centered strikeouts in the second inning, he added two more strikeouts in three innings, making him the sixth KBO player to strike out 1,500 in his career.

Kim Kwang-hyeon, who struck out a total of 7 strikeouts up to the 5th inning and played a scoreless pitch, allowed Lee Myung-gi to score a tie in the 6th inning, first baseman Kron's disappointing defense, leading 1-0, and conceded in 15 innings.

Then, there was a crisis of no-outs, where Yang Eui-ji's big bound batted ball was caught by third baseman Choi Hang, and then he completed a double play leading to catcher - 1 base.

Kim Kwang-hyeon, who overcame the crisis, took responsibility for up to the 7th inning, leading 2-1, and SSG, using Kim Kwang-hyun's strong fighting as a foothold, escaped from three consecutive losses with a one-point victory.

Kim Kwang-hyun is tied for the most wins with six wins in the season.

Samsung defeated Doosan and went on to win three straight games.

Starter Buchanan became the main character of the league's first shutout win of the season with a perfect pitch in nine innings.

(Video editing: Woo-Jeong Woo)