The two teams had a fierce slugfest, entertaining fans who visited the baseball stadium on Saturday, but the most talked about after the game was Oh Jae-won’s remarks, not the content.
Oh Jae-won, a member of the committee, said, “This was a blatant hit when Samsung pitcher Yang Chang-seop sent Choi Jung to first base with a walk in the bottom of the seventh inning with one out and runners on first and third bases with SSG leading 13-7. I’m glad I brushed against my clothes. “I hate this situation the most,” he said, concluding that Yang Chang-seop intentionally hit Choi Jeong. 토토사이트
Yang Chang-seop used a body ball one after another in the match against Choi Jung. In the one-ball, one-strike, the third pitch went into a high course toward the body, and the fourth pitch brushed Choi Jung’s uniform. Although Choi Jeong looked upset, he calmly walked to first base, and Yang Chang-seop took off his hat and made an apology gesture toward Choi Jung.
Oh Jae-won, a member of the committee, said, “There is no need to apologize for this scene.” I tried to move on because it was weird from the previous study, but I hit it openly. Choi Jung pointed out, “I can’t move on like that in a position where he is winning.”
In some cases, player-turned-commentators speak bitterly about sand dunes and bench clearing that occurred during the game. In this case, it is usually when a dangerous play that crosses the line is obvious to anyone.
There has never been a case in which commentators criticized a player before when the pitcher who hit the batter politely expressed his sorry intention and the batter also did not respond. However, Oh Jae-won immediately defined Yang Chang-seop’s dune as an empty ball. Yang Chang-seop suddenly became a pitcher who hit the batter with intention.
The next day, SSG coach Kim Won-hyung and Samsung coach Park Jin-man drew a line during an official pre-interview that Yang Chang-seop’s walk was difficult to see as an empty ball. Coach Park Jin-man raised his voice, saying, “I didn’t understand the controversy itself.”
Oh Jae-won played on the ground with the Doosan Bears until last year. The “sense of realism,” which will still remain in the body, may have convinced Yang Chang-seop’s sand dunes with empty balls, but the commentator is in a position to convey an objective and neutral gaze to the viewers based on his experience. It is difficult to evaluate the play only with “sense” without clear grounds.
Oh Jae-won recently made a public statement that he was hurt by the remarks of some commentators when he was a player. Park Chan-ho, who participated in TV commentary at the 2014 Incheon Asian Games, shot the part where he told the truth about the trouble that had nothing to do with him.
In addition, “The purpose of commentary is to convey accurate facts and situations to viewers. But ‘I was really sorry for that defense. “It’s easy to say that I was really sorry for that blow,” he said. “When something happens again, he says, ‘That’s what I think,’ but that’s what he saw.” I hated the feast of such irresponsible words and the misunderstandings that were built up in an instant because of this,” he said, revealing his commentator.