LG Twins pitcher Detrick Enns has struggled again

LG Twins foreign-born pitcher Detrick Enns has struggled again.

The No. 1 starter has allowed 16 earned runs in 14 innings over his last three games. His pitching patterns have become apparent, and his lack of decisive pitches means that he can barely complete five innings after throwing 100 pitches. His quick motion is slow, allowing opponents to steal bases.

Enns started the game against Doosan at Jamsil Stadium on March 3. He threw 95 pitches, allowing five runs (two earned) on seven hits, one walk, and four strikeouts in five innings. While the earned runs were lessened by fielding errors, his own errors were crucial.

In the first inning, Enns gave up a leadoff single to Jung Soo-bin and then stole second base. He advanced to third on a throwing error by catcher Park Dong-won, who gave up a single to Kang Seung-ho to take the lead in the bottom of the first inning.

In the third inning, tied 1-1, he walked Jung Soo-bin and allowed another stolen base.

He was hit by a pitch to put runners on first and third, 바카라사이트 and a wild pitch put runners on second and third. Kang struck out Seung-ho Kang and gave up a single to left to Yang Ji Yang, scoring two runs.

In the fourth inning, he gave up another run. With two outs, Kim Jae-ho hit another double down the left-field line, and Enns laid down a bunt that Cho Su-sung threw to first base, leaving the bases loaded.

Unable to get out of the inning on his own error, Enes tried to steal second base with Jung Soo-bin at the plate, but Park Dong-won made a throwing error and the ball fell behind him. With the runner on third, Cho stole second and raced to third. Jung gave up a single to right to score the fifth run. By the fourth inning, he had thrown 84 pitches. After striking out the side for the first time in the fifth inning, Enns was no longer on the mound with 95 pitches.

LG signed Enns, who recently played for the Seibu Lions in Japan for two years, for $1 million, the maximum amount for a new foreigner. Manager Yoon Kyung-yup signed Enns with the intention of using him as a No. 1 starter.

In his first five starts,

Enns pitched well, allowing two runs or less in six innings in four of them, except for the April 4 game against the NC (seven runs in four innings). His ERA was 3.54 in three wins. However, he struggled in the first game of a doubleheader against SSG on April 21, giving up eight runs on eight hits and two home runs in five innings. Then on April 27, he threw 105 pitches in four innings against KIA, allowing three runs on eight hits. He struggled, throwing more than 20 pitches in each inning.

He also allowed five runs (two earned) on 95 pitches in five innings against Doosan. In three games, he has allowed 16 runs (13 earned) in 14 innings. His three-game ERA is 8.36, and his season ERA is in the 5-run range (5.14).

“I hope the fans will be patient,” Yeom said of the Enns before the game. After signing with the Angels in November last year, Yoon gave him a changeup homework assignment. He has been trying to make the changeup his deciding pitch since spring training, but has been unsuccessful.

He recently had a meeting with his pitching coach and Enns and decided to ditch the changeup in favor of a splitter.

“He decided to learn a new pitch rather than sticking with the changeup that hasn’t worked in the U.S. and Japan. He decided to throw the splitter, which is a little easier to catch than the changeup because it’s thrown like a fastball.”

Before the third game, Yeom said, “He mixed and matched his changeup until today and left it up to him to decide whether to throw the splitter or not,” 사설 토토사이트 adding that it would take time. It’s May. The bullpen is also in the process of being set up, and if the No. 1 starter continues to struggle to eat up innings and pitch disappointingly, a decision may have to be made. How long will we wait?

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