KT Go Young-pyo is ready to return 2nd team against KIA, 6 innings, 11 strikeouts, no runs allowed

Go Young-pyo fights back

KT Wiz’s native ace Ko Young-pyo (32) showed off his best performance in the last second-team game he played in before joining the first-team.

Go Young-pyo started on the mound in a visiting game against the KIA Tigers of the Professional Baseball Futures League (2nd team) held at Hampyeong Stadium in Jeollanam-do on the 11th and pitched well, throwing 67 pitches in 6 innings, allowing 2 hits, no walks, 11 strikeouts, and no runs.

He threw the changeup (28), his main weapon, the most, and tested all four pitches including the two-seam fastball (18), curve (12), and slider (9).

The highest speed of the two-seam fastball was 140 km/h.

Go Young-pyo expressed his thoughts through the club, saying, “I think I produced good pitching because I was in good physical condition. The pitching balance was good. It was satisfactory pitching.

Ko Young-pyo, who was canceled from the entry list on April 5 due to elbow pain, devoted himself to recovery for about two months, and took the mound in the Futures League game against KIA on the 5th, allowing 1 hit, 1 walk, 2 strikeouts, and no runs in 3 innings.

After appearing in two scheduled second-team games, Ko Young-pyo plans to soon move up to the first-team and join the starting rotation.

After recording 12 wins, 7 losses, and an ERA of 2.78 last season, Go Young-pyo signed a multi-year contract with KT for a five-year contract period and a total of 10.7 billion won.

This season, he recorded 1 win, 1 loss, and an average ERA of 8.10 in 2 first-team games. 고스톱

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