‘It’s a swing?’ Lee Yong-gyu leaves in a fit of madness! Second after Sutton… It was useless to dissuade the command tower


I was sent off twice a day due to the strike-ball decision. Referees in sports games are not judges, but ‘game management committee members’. Judgment is inaccurate, and we have no choice but to express doubts about the referee’s ability to proceed, who cannot timely judge the timing of game suspension or exit.

On the 23rd, Game 3 of the weekend series between Lotte Giants and Kiwoom Heroes was held at Sajik Stadium in Busan.

On this day, the first ejection came out during the game in the beginning of the 5th inning, when Lotte led 4-3. The culprit is Lotte manager Larry Sutton.

Lotte, who had been dragged by 3 runs in the beginning of the 3rd inning, overturned the game by scoring 4 runs at the end of the 4th inning. However, starting pitcher Lee In-bok immediately fell into the hunt, allowed hits and four balls, and became 1st and 2nd base safely. The Lotte bench immediately replaced Lee In-bok with second pitcher Shim Jae-min.

However, in the process of Shim Jae-min’s straight walk, coach Sutton expressed open dissatisfaction with the referee’s decision on the ball. Coach Sutton took the mound instead of coach Kim Hyun-wook before the third pitcher, Han Hyun-hee, was put in. Coach Sutton, who received the ball from referee Kim Seon-seon and handed it over to Han Hyun-hee, began protesting to the referee without returning to the dugout.

After giving the first warning, referee Kim Seon-seon immediately declared the manager’s departure when Sutton did not respond. Director Sutton, who had been protesting for a while, eventually packed up his belongings and kicked out his dugout. Kiwoom only managed to tie the score by scoring 1 point with Song Seong-moon’s sacrifice fly in the chance with no bases loaded.

The second sending off came in the course of Kiwoom’s attack in the beginning of the 6th inning. 1 company 1st and 2nd base, heavy rain poured down at Lee Yong-gyu’s at-bat, and the game was stopped. It took 84 minutes for the game, which was suspended at 7:26 p.m., to resume after ground maintenance. At around 8:50, Lotte’s fourth pitcher, Koo Seung-min, began to warm up, and soon the game resumed.

Lee Yong-kyu protested violently against his swing-miss decision on the 4th pitch forkball at the ball count of 2-1. Coaches including Kiwoom coach Hong Won-ki and head coach Kim Chang-hyun, who rushed out quickly, intervened between the referee and Lee Yong-gyu. However, Lee Yong-kyu was ready to rush at referee Kim Seon-seon, pushing the coaches and referees in the way.

He was at a level where he had nothing to say even if he was sent off. However, the referee, who had previously used the ‘exit’ card, was hesitant. As a result, the game, which had already been extended by 84 minutes, was delayed again.토토사이트

After repeated protests, Lee Yong-gyu, who returned to the bat, was dismissed as a floating ball in center field. Lee Yong-kyu, who was about to return to the dugout with his bat, couldn’t control his emotions and spoke to the referee again. In response, Lee Yong-gyu protested even more radically and soon left the dugout.

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