Gyeongbuk High School advanced to the 2nd round of the National High School Baseball Championship by beating Seoul High School with the great success of Jeon Mi-re, the ‘Lee Do-ryu’. Before joining the youth team, Mir Jeon held the last show case in front of the KBO league scouting team.
Gyeongbuk High School won 3-0 in the first round of Bonghwangdaegi against Seoul High School held at Shinwol Baseball Stadium in Seoul on August 19th. Gyeongbuk High School is scheduled to play the second round of the Busan Technical High School competition at 9 am on the 23rd at the Mokdong Baseball Stadium.
On this day, Seoul High 메이저놀이터 School played Yeo Dong-gun (shortstop) – Lee Jun-seo (center fielder) – Yoon Ji-hwan (right fielder) – So Han-bin (left fielder) – Wang Ji-hoon (catcher) – Joo Seung-min (1st baseman) – Kim Min-chan (designated hitter) – Kim Young-chae (3rd baseman) – Kang Min-ho ( 2 baseman), leading the starting batting order. Jang Joon-young rose to the starting mound for Seoul High School
Gyeongbuk High School: Kim Se-hoon (shortstop) – Park Gwan-woo (left fielder) – Im Jong-seong (3rd baseman) – Jeon Mir (designated hitter) – Lee Seung-hyeon (catcher) – Jung Hee-chan (1st baseman) – Ahn Jung-hwan (right fielder) – Park Hyeon-hoo (2nd baseman) – Park Kun-woo (center fielder) ). Gyeongbuk High School’s starting pitcher was Park Gyeong-do.
In the beginning of the first inning, the runner on second base took advantage of a wild throw and aimed for third base, but missed the opportunity to score first due to an out.
Gyeongbuk High School immediately seized the opportunity at the end of the first inning. At bat, ‘batter Jeon Mir’ was the solver. At the end of the first inning, Gyeongbuk High School scored first with Jeon Mi-re’s 1 RBI and a timely hit in a chance to 1 out 2nd and 3rd base with lead hitter Kim Se-hoon’s double, Park Gwan-woo’s sand ball, and sacrifice bunt. Then, when the follow-up hitter Lee Seung-hyun grounded on second base, the runner on third base stepped on the home base and even scored an extra point. After that, both teams continued their tight flow without scoring until the 6th inning.
Gyeongbuk High School put ace Jeon Mir on the mound in the beginning of the third inning. While starting pitcher Park Kyung-do recorded 38 pitches, 1 hit, 2 strikeouts, and no runs in 2.1 innings, Mi-re Jeon made a relief mound at the beginning of the 3rd inning from a crisis with 1 out and 3 base. Jeon Mi-re prevented a run by inducing a straight hit from the shortstop and a ground ball to 3rd base in the 1 out 1st and 3rd base crisis, which was greeted by allowing the first batter to walk.
Mir Jeon struck out three batters in a row in the beginning of the 4th inning and achieved a clean triple strike. At the beginning of the 5th inning, in a crisis with 2 out, 1st and 2nd base, the opponent’s runner failed to steal 3rd base, and luck followed.
At the end of the 7th inning, Gyeongbuk High School seized a chance with two outs, 1st and 3rd against pitcher Eo Yun-seong. In the end, the follow-up hitter Kim Woo-hyuk’s one RBI and timely hit resulted in a valuable additional goal.
Mir Jeon kept the mound until the last minute of the ninth inning. Jeon Mir, who cruised without a major crisis, gave up an infield hit after two outs in the beginning of the ninth inning, but struck out the last batter and finished the game with his own hands.
On this day, Mir Jeon made a good pitch with 85 pitches in 6.2 innings, 3 hits, 6 strikeouts, 4 walks and no runs. Even on the plate, he contributed to the team’s victory with 2 hits and 1 RBI in 4 at-bats. It was a day for Jeon Mir, who showed off his ‘two-handed sword’ performance properly. Jeon Mir, who successfully finished his last national tournament appearance, joins the youth baseball team training on the 21st after participating in the first round of the phoenix standby.