‘FA Mia→Advance to the Independent League’ Jung Chan-heon, went back and forth between cold and hot baths
Jeong Chan-heon, who plays in the independent baseball team’s Gyeonggi-do League, went back and forth between cold and hot baths. He creaked in his first start, but regained stability in his second.
Jeong Chan-heon, a B grade free agent who has compensation players other than 25 protected players, was allowed to sign and trade by his original club, Kiwoom, but other clubs who needed to advance it did not actively court.
Jeong Chan-heon, who lost his free agency토토사이트, plans to join the Seongnam Magpies led by Shin Kyung-shik Shin and try to return to the KBO league by enhancing his sense of the game.
Jeong Chan-heon showed a lower-than-expected appearance in the match against Yeoncheon-gun Miracle on the 21st, which was his independent baseball team’s Gyeonggi-do league debut. After starting pitcher Park Seung-soo, Jung Chan-heon, who started as the second pitcher in the 4th inning, trailing 3-6, collapsed with 7 hits, 3 strikeouts and 3 runs in 3 innings. 43 total pitches.
In the 4th inning, Jeong Chan-heon, who directly handled the grounder hit by Kim Nanum, the lead hitter, gave up 1 run with Park Chan-hyung’s left fielder’s double and Kim Yun-beom’s left-handed hit. He finished off the inning by striking out Hwang Young-muk and Choi Soo-hyeon with a fly in center field and a swing with no swing, respectively.
He gave up one more run in the 5th inning with Jeon Tae-joon’s right-handed hit and second base steal, Lee Seung-woo’s left-handed hit. Moon Young-woong, Kim Dong-min, and Kim Nanum were tied tightly and no longer scored.
After giving up a right-handed hit to lead hitter Park Chan-hyung in the 6th inning, Kim Yun-beom scored a double that exceeded the height of center fielder and scored the third run.
Jeong Chan-heon, who led Hwang Young-muk to a shortstop ground ball, allowed Choi Soo-hyeon to hit to the right, but Jeon Tae-joon and Lee Seung-woo were struck out with a straight hit and a miss swing, respectively. Jeong Chan-heon passed the mound to Cha Soon-woo in the 7th inning.
In the second appearance on the 24th, he showed off a free pitch. He cleared the first inning cleanly against the Suwon Pine Eagles.
He took the mound as the team’s fifth pitcher in the seventh inning, outscoring a 15–4 lead. The first batter, Kang Min-cheol, was allowed a double to left field, but Park Seung-hun and Park Seung-ho were struck out consecutively, and Kim Jin-hyeong was induced with a floating ball to first baseman.
Meanwhile, after graduating from Gwangju Ilgo, Jeong Chan-heon, who was nominated for LG’s second round in 2008, moved to Kiwoom in July 2021 through a one-on-one trade with Seo Geon-chang (LG infielder). He appeared in 389 first-team career games, going 48-53 with 46 saves and 28 holds. His earned run average is 4.80.
Since his debut, Jeong Chan-heon has never achieved a double-digit victory. In 2021, he won 9 wins as a member of Kiwoom, the most in a single season. He played as a firefighter for LG in 2018 and ranked third in this category with 28 saves.