NC’s Luchinski returns to the big leagues with Oakland… 5⅔innings 3 earned loss

Drew Luchinski (35, Oakland Athletics)토토사이트, who played for the NC Dinos in the past, became a losing pitcher in the big league return match after 5 years.

On the 29th (Korean time), Luchinski started in the 2023 Major League (MLB) Cincinnati Reds home game held at Ring Central Coliseum in Oakland, California, USA, and gave up 5 runs (3 earned) in 5⅔ innings.

The Oakland lineup could not overcome Luchinski’s run and ultimately lost 7-11, making Luchinski the losing pitcher.

Luchinski, who made his big league debut wearing a LA Angels uniform in 2014, entered the Korean stage as a member of NC in 2019 after going through Minnesota Twins and Miami Marlins.

Luchinski went 19-5 in NC in 2020 and contributed to the team’s first combined win.

Luczynski left a career record of 53 wins, 36 losses, and an ERA of 3.06 over four years in NC before moving back to the United States.

As for Luchinski, he threw a total of 89 pitches in the big league comeback match, which took place on the day after five years, and the highest speed was 145.6 km.

However, he faltered, giving up three runs in the second inning, and in the third, he was hit by a two-run home run by Jake Frely and collapsed.

Luczynski, who sweated in his return match, eventually became the losing pitcher.

Meanwhile, Cincinnati hitter Henry Ramos, who briefly played for KT Wiz in the 2022 season, played an active role with 2 hits, 2 walks and 1 point in 3 at-bats, including 2 hits to Luchinski.

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