Go Woo-seok gets his first win in the minor league Triple A 6-game ERA 3.38

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Go Woo-seok (25), a right-handed bullpen knocking on the big league door, earned his first win in the American professional baseball minor league.

Ko Woo-seok, a member of the Miami Marlins’ Triple A Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp, pitched two scoreless innings in a visiting game against the Gwinnett Stripers (Atlanta Braves) held at Cooley Field in Lawrenceville, Georgia, USA on the 25th (Korean time).

Go Woo-seok took the mound as the second pitcher in the bottom of the 4th inning with the score 1-1, and was written off as a no-hitter through two innings while allowing only one walk.

Go Woo-seok threw 27 balls, 16 four-seam fastballs, 9 cut fastballs, and 2 sliders. His fastball speed reached a maximum of 151.1 km/h.

Go Woo-seok, who turned the first batter off with a fly ball, later gave up a walk, but turned the next batter into a double play.

In the 5th inning, Go Woo-seok grounded out all of the opposing team’s 1st to 3rd batters and came off the mound in good spirits.

Jacksonville took the lead with 6 points in the top of the 5th inning and won 8-3, allowing Go Woo-seok to become the winning pitcher.

Since moving to Miami on the 5th, Ko Woo-seok has been pitching well in Triple A with an ERA of 3.38, allowing 9 hits and 2 walks in 8 innings in 6 games.

Go Woo-seok signed a 2+1 year contract with the San Diego Padres for up to $9.4 million through the posting system in January of this year, but was unable to make the opening entry and was pushed down to the minor league’s Double A.

Go Woo-seok was traded to Miami after struggling in Double A with 2 losses, 1 save, and an ERA of 4.38. 고스톱

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