Protest is part of the game, just like misjudgment. By the way, batters and referees often blush these days, and in the end, there was even a ‘exit situation’.토토사이트
KIA Hwang Dae-in tilted his head from the first at-bat.
Dissatisfied with the ball decision, he couldn’t stand it when a strike came out again on a similar course in his second at-bat.
[Hwang Dae-in/KIA: Ah! Oh ball!]
The referee who tried to appease me at first…
[Lee Young-jae/KBO Referee: Hwang Dae-in! Hwang Dae-in! Hwang Dae-in!]
When he didn’t answer when I called, he called me to leave.
This season, the fourth ejection of a KBO League player.
It is the first time that he has been kicked out due to a protest against the referee because all three previous times were ‘automatic exit’ that came out by throwing a ball that hit the head.
It’s not uncommon for hitters to scuffle with the judges on each ball, but lately it’s become more common to fight head-to-head with the umpire.
[Kwon Young-chul/KBO referee: Hey, I’m having a hard time too!]
[Park Hae-min/LG: Someone said they weren’t having a hard time! Why are you looking at me?]
Park Hae-min, who threw his helmet when he was out at the opponent’s hobi, was actually expressing his anger over the first pitch strike decision.
Both the referee and the hitter, who have to watch the fleeting moment, are bound to be sensitive, but it is the watching fans who frown the most at the sight of losing respect even in a narrow at-bat.