Judge Woo Hyo-dong, who caused controversy over the decision in the match between the LG Twins and SSG Landers in the Korean professional baseball league, will not be able to play the rest of the games. 토토사이트 The Korea Baseball Organization said on the 22nd that it will suspend referee Woo Hyo-dong, who caused controversy over his poor game management, from playing the remaining games.
Earlier, referee Woo Hyo-dong caused controversy in the bottom of the eighth inning when he played as the first base umpire in the game between LG and SSG at SSG Landers Field in Incheon on the 21st. At the time, with SSG taking a full base chance with one out, Park Sung-han’s assault hit the body of referee Woo Hyo-dong and deflected. In this case, in accordance with official baseball rules 5.06.
However, referee Woo Hyo-dong declared the ball dead. In the meantime, the third base runner headed home and the second base runner headed to the third base, but first base runner Han Yu-seom moved late, and batter Park Sung-han stepped on first base.
Later, LG applied for a video review on whether to foul or pair, and it was concluded to be fair. In addition, the referee acknowledged the third base runner’s score, and first base runner Han Yu-seom was out. Even if he was declared fair, he would have been out at second base.
Outraged by this, SSG coach Kim Won-hyung protested fiercely, but it was not accepted, and coach Kim, who protested the video review results, was sent off. In the end, SSG, which failed to score additional points with two outs and runners on first and third bases after the decision, failed to score in the ninth inning and lost 1-2.