Go Woo-seok, first hold in MLB exhibition game Wins against Park Hyo-jun

Go Woo-seok pitched 1 inning, 1 hit, 2 strikeouts, no runs, Park Hyo-jun, 1 hit, no hits. Demonstration game batting average: 50%
Ko Woo-seok (26) of the Major League Baseball (MLB) San Diego Padres reported the first hold in an exhibition game.

Go Woo-seok allowed one hit, two strikeouts and no runs in one inning in an MLB exhibition game against the Oakland Athletics held at Hohokam Stadium in Mesa, Arizona, USA on the 1st (Korean time).

Go Woo-seok, who showed impressive performance in his first exhibition game, increased his chances of entering the opening match.

Go Woo-seok came on the mound in the bottom of the 8th inning when San Diego was ahead 5-3. Go Woo-seok, who struck out leadoff hitter Tyler Soderstrom after three pitches, induced a ground ball to second base on the first pitch against next hitter Park Hyo-jun.

Go Woo-seok showed superiority in the Korean pitcher match.

He immediately allowed a left-field hit to Cooper Bowman, but struck out the follow-up batter, Max Schuman, after three pitches. It was the moment when the first hold of the exhibition match was recorded.

San Diego won 5-3.

Park Hyo-jun, who had hit in three consecutive games in recent exhibition games, only had no hits in one at-bat that day. The exhibition game batting average fell to 0.500 (3 hits in 6 at-bats).

Park Hyo-jun, who signed a minor league contract with Oakland this year, is participating in spring camp as an invited player and is aiming to advance to the big league.

Meanwhile, Ha-seong Kim from San Diego was absent for conditioning reasons. 섯다

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