I want to win so much… I’m sorry to my fans and colleagues” Park Hae-min explained the background of the ‘judgment nerve war’ 

 “I think the desire to win was too great.”

Park Hae-min (33) of LG’s ‘Lambormini’ came on as a pinch hitter and hit a timely hit to drive a wedge. I changed the lead on thin ice to a generous advantage. Even if he goes out as a replacement, his presence is still there. There was a war of nerves with the referee the day before, but there was no problem at all.

Park Hae-min played as a substitute at the bottom of the 6th inning in the last game of the 3 consecutive weekend against Hanwha in the 2023 KBO League regular season held at Jamsil Stadium on the 21st and produced 1 hit and 2 RBIs. He showed off a sense of stability in defense even in the center field position.

With Park Hae-min at the forefront, LG won 4-1. It’s the last 4 wins. The regret of the 1-1 draw the previous day was also shaken off. It is the end of 3 consecutive matches with Hanwha, 2 wins and 1 draw. Didn’t lose a game.

Park Hae-min took the bat with 2 outs and bases loaded at the end of the 6th inning with a 1-0 lead. In front, Oh Ji-hwan acted as a pinch hitter and walked, and stood as the second pinch hitter. He pushed 4 pitches against Felix Pena in the count of 2-1 and hit 2 RBIs in the left field.

It went from 1-0 to 3-0. Considering that Hanwha scored 1 run in the top of the 8th inning, Park Hae-min is the main character of the final blow. He also had a streak of hits in the last seven games.

Park Hae-min, whom we met after the game, said, “It’s fortunate that I went behind and hit one. It feels good to be a part of the team. From last Tuesday (the 16th), there was talk of a break. He said, ‘I’ll take a break someday’. There was no name in the lineup today.”

“I want to keep going. Aren’t all players like that? I have no desire to avoid it just because a good pitcher is coming out. Even when not hitting, he thinks he can help pitchers on defense. I want to go out and help the team no matter what.”

There was a battle of nerves with the referee the day before. The situation occurred in the bottom of the 12th inning. He stood at bat as the lead batter in the inning and greeted Jung Woo-ram. The ball came into the low course of the first pitch. Park Hae-min saw it as a ball, and the referee declared a strike.

Park Hae-min got out of the batter’s box and regretted it for a while. He went back to bat, and hit two pitches. He hit the ball well, but was caught by first baseman Chae Eun-seong’s jump catch. If missing, at least 2 hits. Park Hae-min took off his helmet and threw it away, expressing regret.

He went into the dugout and didn’t seem to be relieved. finally got rid of it Chief referee Kwon Young-cheol came to LG Dugout and had a war of words with Park Hae-min. Park Hae-min also did not lose. The referee said, “We struggle too,” and Park Hae-min replied, “Who said we don’t suffer?”

It ended up short, but it wasn’t a nice scene to watch. Park Hae-min also knows. “Anyway, that is the past. I think I had a strong desire to win as a player. I am most sorry to the fans. It sold out, but it looked like that. I’m sorry.” He bowed his head.

“I’m sorry to our team members. The next hitter (Hong) Chang-ki was in an atmosphere where he could get a hit and finish the game, but because of me, the momentum was cut off. I’m sorry to the fans and teammates,” he added.

He added a detailed explanation. “The situation was over, and I was down in the dugout. Looking back, I wonder if it was necessary, but yesterday I had a strong desire to win.”안전놀이터

Also, “I am not such a good hitter. If you can, say ‘It’s a strike’. At that moment (first pitch), I thought it was low, and I was sure it was a ball. After that, he was caught with a straight stroke. If it was missed, it could have been a double or triple hit. It was a pity that it could have been a stepping stone to victory,” he added.

Anyway, that’s the past. He brushed it off and went on to the next game, and gave the team victory with a valuable final stroke. He also expressed his apologies to his fans and colleagues. It became a kind of happening created by a strong desire to compete. raining99@sportsseoul.com

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