LG’s Lim Chan-kyu “Comeback victory is dedicated to a fan who died of stomach cancer”

LG Twins right-handed starting pitcher Lim Chan-kyu dedicated his comeback victory after an injury to a fan who recently passed away.

Lim started the first game of a doubleheader against the KT Wiz at Jamsil Stadium in Seoul on March 23 and pitched five innings, allowing one run (one earned) on three hits (one home run) with four walks and eight strikeouts.

Lim threw a total of 90 pitches, mixing fastballs (40), curveballs (27), changeups (22), and sliders (1).

The game ended 7-2 in favor of Lim, who earned his first win in 25 days.

Lim last pitched on the disabled list against the SSG Landers on March 29 due to a sore back.

With the win, Lim continued his winning streak and secured his fourth consecutive victory.

“It was my first game after my comeback, so I paid attention to my pitches more than anything else,” Lim told the club, “and I’m glad I was able to pitch five innings even though I’m still not 100 percent.”

“I apologized to my teammates for coming to the first team later than I expected, and I hope to pitch six or seven innings to help the team,” he said.

“There was something I really wanted to say when I was interviewed today,” he said.

“There was Mr. Lee, who supported LG and me for more than 10 years. She had been battling stomach cancer for a long time, and I hadn’t seen her since last year’s Korean Series, so I was curious about her (latest news), but I heard that she passed away earlier this month.”

“I want to dedicate today’s victory to him, and I hope it can comfort the bereaved family a little bit,” Lim said, adding, “I want to tell them that I will never forget them.”

“He was a famous person among fans,” an LG team official said. 바카라사이트추천

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