The era of getting 4 outs begins? “Baseball that isn’t even in the rules”… In the worst case, the KS winning team may change.

“It’s baseball without rules,”

LG laughed at the “predictive decision” on the 21st of last month. A showdown with SSG. SSG, which was down 0-2 in the bottom of the 8th inning, had a chance to load the bases with no outs. Park Seong-han hit a ball toward first base and hit first base umpire Hyo-dong Woo in the stomach.온라인카지노

In-play should have been declared, but the ball was ruled dead due to a misapplication of 5.06(c) Dead Ball (6). Afterwards, a video review was conducted, and it was once again confirmed that the batted ball was fair. Assuming that the game was in play, the umpire judged that it would be difficult for first base runner Han Yu-seom to advance to second base and declared the ball out.

At the time, coach Kim Won-hyung protested for over 10 minutes and was eventually kicked out. The game ended with LG’s victory. The next day, SSG owner Jeong Yong-jin even visited the KBO in person to protest.

The match between LG and Doosan was held in Jamsil on the 1st. This time, LG became the victim of a ‘predictive decision.’

In the bottom of the 5th inning, with 2 outs and bases loaded, Doosan Yang Seok-hwan hit a grounder. Second baseman Shin Min-jae fumbled the ball and threw it to first base. The first decision is out. However, a video review request was made from the Doosan bench, and it was declared safe. The runner on third base is safe. The problem was second base. Jo Su-haeng, who was a runner on second base, continued to run and hit home even after the umpire ruled him out. The referee recognized both runners’ scores. LG coach Yeom Kyung-yeop also protested vehemently and was ejected.

Coach Kim, who is about to face LG on the 3rd, once again recalled a situation where he was annoyed by a predicted decision. Coach Kim said, “It’s a baseball that doesn’t exist,” and “You can’t make predictions and say, ‘It would have been like this.’ From the moment the ball is dead, only those who can come will come, and if not, they will have no choice but to return or advance.” emphasized.

Coach Kim said, “The rules must be clearly set, but you must not make predictions. There can be pros and cons at that moment. It must be done based on accurate standards.” He added, “Dozens of things are possible in baseball when you make predictions. Variables are “There are always a lot of sports. That’s why there are accurate rules. (Predictive decisions) apply what is not in the rules,” he said.

There are provisions for when video review corrections are made. According to KBO regulations, ‘If the initial decision is overturned as a result of the video review, the referee team leader must assume that the correct decision was made from the beginning and make corrections to create a situation in which both teams should be positioned.’ Assuming that the decision was made correctly, the club’s score can be recognized or invalidated.’

The two coaches who were at the center of the moment of the prediction decision are of the position that clear regulations are needed in a ‘what if’ situation. Manager Yeom raised his voice saying that there should be clear regulations on additional base advancement rights for situations such as batted balls on the line or after 3 outs.

In the end, even after the 3-out declaration was made, jokes began to arise as to whether ‘4-out’ should be raised to prepare for the possibility of additional bases being advanced. Coach Kim pointed out, “Anyway, once the decision is made that the game is out, everything is over. If this situation occurs in the 3rd or 4th inning, that’s it. If it comes out in the 8th or 9th inning and the game turns around or the game changes, it becomes a huge problem.”

On the 3rd, LG confirmed its regular season championship for the first time in 29 years. I won a direct ticket to the Korean Series for the first time in 21 years. Coincidentally, there was LG in the predicted decision. There is no law preventing similar situations from occurring in the Korean series. It is a time when all attention is focused on one base advance or one out count. What conclusion will the judges come to at that time?

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