Controversial three-peat violation reappears, Jamsil ejected for protesting LG manager Yeom Kyung-yup’s call

Posted Posted onAugust 3, 2023 Comments0

It’s been a recurring story throughout the season. A video review overturns a call for a three-foot violation, and the manager is sent off for protesting. LG coach Yeom Kyung-yeop recorded his first ejection of the season.

Here’s what happened. It was the end of the fifth inning of the 12th game of the season between LG and Kiwoom at Jamsil Stadium on March 3. After Moon Bo-kyung led off with a single, the next batter, Park Dong-won, laid down a bunt. The bunt was hit hard to third base and Park Dong-won was safe at first. Then, third baseman Song Sung-moon’s throw to first base was not caught by first baseman Lee Won-seok, allowing Moon Bo-kyung to advance from second to third.메이저놀이터

However, when Park Dong-won stepped on first base, first baseman Lee Won-seok’s glove overlapped with Park Dong-won’s shoulder and the ball deflected. Lee Won-seok complained of wrist pain, and Kiwoom requested a video review to see if it was a three-pitch violation.

The call was overturned as a three-peat violation, leaving runners on first and third with no outs. Coach Yeom rushed out of the dugout and protested to the umpires. The umpires ordered him to be ejected for protesting the video review.

LG was down 1-4 in the fourth inning. In the fifth inning, the offense seemed to be stalled due to a three-peat violation, but Park Hae-min singled to left and Hong Chang-ki singled to left with runners on first and second to cut the deficit to 2-4.


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