Hanwha Eagles Jeong Lee-Hwang, Futures League no-hit, no-run award ceremony

Hanwha Eagles held an awards ceremony commemorating pitcher Lee Hwang Jeong’s no-hitter and no-run prior to the game against the LG Twins Futures team held at Hanwha Eagles Futures Stadium in Seosan on the 13th.

In the first game of a doubleheader against SSG held in Ganghwa on June 28, Jeong Yi-hwang faced 24 batters in 7 innings and recorded no hits, no runs, 3 walks, and 6 strikeouts.

In the Futures League, when a doubleheader is held, both the first and second games are held in seven innings, and Jeong Lee-hwang’s last no-hitter was recognized as an official record.

At the award ceremony held prior to the game on this day, KBO Game Operations Committee member Kim Poong-ki presented the trophy and Hanwha Eagles general manager Son Hyuk presented a bouquet of flowers.

Jeong Yi-hwang expressed his feelings, saying, “I am happy and grateful to receive such a great award while receiving congratulations from my teammates. I will do my best to set a good record in the first team next year.”토토사이트

Meanwhile, a total of three pitchers, including Lee Hwang Jeong, have achieved the Futures League no-hitter and no run since 2010, when computerization of records was completed.

The first record was 9 perfect innings achieved by Lotte Lee Yong-hoon against Daejeon Hanwha on September 17, 2011, and the second and most recent record was achieved by Lotte Lee Jae-gon in 2015 against Ulsan Samsung with 9 innings, 4 walks, 1 out, and no runs.

Article provided by Daejeon Ilbo

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