High school pitcher throws no-hitter


On Saturday, Kim Tae-hyung, a right-handed pitcher from Duksoo High School, achieved a remarkable feat by throwing a no-hitter in a game against Cheongwon High School in the National High School Weekend League. Kim, a second-year player, pitched a complete game, going nine innings without allowing a single hit while striking out 15 batters. His outstanding performance contributed to his team’s 4-0 victory at Gueui Stadium in Seoul.

According to the Korea Baseball Softball Association (KBSA), Kim did issue two walks during the game and threw a total of 117 pitches. Normally, the KBSA imposes a 105-pitch limit per day on high school pitchers to prevent injuries, considering the young athletes’ physical development. However, an exception is made when a pitcher is pursuing a no-hitter or a perfect game. Once the bid for a no-hitter is broken, the pitcher must be immediately replaced.토토총판

Kim expressed his mix of nervousness and excitement upon learning that he would start the game. He aimed to deliver five strong innings for his team and trusted in the support of his teammates. He attributed his ability to stay focused to the encouragement he received from his teammates and coaches.

With this no-hitter, Kim’s season record improved to 4-0. Across 30 2/3 innings, he boasts an impressive 0.58 ERA, having recorded 38 strikeouts while issuing 14 walks.

Recognizing Kim’s exceptional achievement, the KBSA announced its intention to present him with a special achievement award at the conclusion of the second half of the season.

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