“We can’t put it off now” KBO’s 20 wins, 209 Ks, return of the monster ace… The fall baseball debut is on the 25th at Changwon

 “We can’t put it off now.”

Super ace Eric Peddie (30, NC Dinos) achieved 20 wins, 209 Ks, and an ERA of 2.00. The schedule for his return and postseason debut has finally been confirmed. Coach Kang In-kwon said the above ahead of the second game of the semi-playoffs against SSG Landers on the 23rd and announced that he would start the third game.

Peddie was replaced in the 6th inning of the Gwangju KIA Tigers game on the 16th after being hit on the forearm by Go Jong-wook’s batted ball. If he had had just one more out, he would have lowered his ERA to 1.99, becoming the second player in history since Sun Dong-yeol in 1986 to simultaneously achieve an ERA below 20 wins, 200 Ks, and 1 point. However, he was satisfied with achieving his fifth record of 20 wins and 200K at the same time.

NC sent Peddy to the game on the 16th with the intention of using him as a relief pitcher in the second game on the 19th if they play in the wild card game, and in the first game on the 22nd if they go straight to the semi-playoffs, but they were a failure. Still, NC held the first game of the semi-playoffs against SSG, following the wild card game against the Doosan Bears, without Peddy.토토사이트

If NC wins the second game on the 23rd, it will go to its home Changwon with a series score of 2-0. And he seizes the golden opportunity to end the series with a pedi. Coach Kang In-kwon also agreed with the analysis that SSG was chased psychologically and NC was able to play the game comfortably. Of course, I didn’t let down my guard.

Peddie improved his condition with 19 bullpen pitches on the 22nd, and also faithfully completed individual training that day. 

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