KBO Judge Woo Hyo-dong Suspends Remaining Game After Being Hit by a Hit

The KBO secretariat announced on the 22nd, We have suspended referee Woo Hyo-dong, who caused confusion due to poor game management in the LG Twins-SSG Landers match at SSG Landers Field in Incheon on the 21st. 토토사이트링크

Judge Woo Hyo-dong, who played as the first base umpire at the time, hit Park Sung-han’s straight hit in the bottom of the eighth inning with one out and the bases loaded by SSG. Judge Woo Hyo-dong did not immediately make a decision and hesitated for a while before declaring a foul.

It didn’t matter if he was hit without avoiding the ball, but he misapplied the official baseball rule 5.06 ball dead paragraph 6. According to the regulations, it was an in-play situation, not a foul, and first baseman Han Yu-seom was out after a video review after standing on first base after only seeing the referee’s decision.

In the process, SSG coach Kim Won-hyung was sent off for protesting strongly. At the time, SSG recovered one point when third baseman Guillermo Heredia came home, but the out count rose in the aftermath of referee Woo Hyo-dong’s misjudgment, eventually losing 1-2 to LG.

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