카지노사이트Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell In a time when violent crime is a growing social issue, a post predicting a terrorist attack on a professional baseball umpire is shocking. The referees have reached a situation where they are going to the game with the fear of terrorism due to the bad fan spirit of some unaware fans.
On the 26th, the Changwon LG-NC game. NC trailed 3-5 in the bottom of the ninth inning, Park Gun-woo hit an infield grounder and second baseman Yoon Sang-won tried to avoid it, but the ball slightly touched the sole of his foot.
According to Baseball Rule 5.06(c) 6, “If a fair ball not hit by an infielder (including the pitcher) is hit by a runner or umpire in fair territory, or if a fair ball not hit by an infielder (other than the pitcher) is hit by an umpire – each runner whose base must be cleared by the batter becoming a runner advances.
It was bad luck for LG at the end of the game. Park Gun-woo’s grounder was recorded as a hit. With runners on first and second, the game resumed. From there, the game took a subtle turn.
Jason Martin hit a ball that went over the pitcher’s head for a one-base hit. Oh stopped in his dash and tried to catch it, but he couldn’t quite hit it out of bounds. It was a single up the middle, making it a 5-4 game.
With runners on first and third, Kwon Hee-dong hit a six-pitch, 152-kilometer fastball from Ko Woo-seok on a full count for a game-tying three-run homer over the left field fence. Some LG fans, angered by the late-game loss, posted online that they would terrorize umpire Yoon Sang-won, his family, and the Changwon umpiring crew.
In response, the KBO Referees Committee removed Yoon Sang-won, who was scheduled to officiate the LG-NC game on Nov. 27, from the game and replaced him with umpire Kim Jung-kook. The Masan East Police Station sent plainclothes officers to the ballpark ahead of the game to prepare for any eventuality.
“We are zero husbands and zero fathers,” the umpires said. “We’ve always felt sorry for ourselves for not being able to take care of our families because we’ve been on the field all season, but now that we’ve been threatened, we’re even more devastated. “We spend a lot of time away from our families, and when threats like this are posted, we can only worry about ourselves and our families,” Mo said.
As the competition for rankings intensifies, the psychological pressure on referees increases. They are constantly on high alert, fearing that one wrong call could mean the difference between winning and losing a match. Add terrorist threats to the mix, and the mental stress is at an all-time high.
While strict measures should be taken against referees who make incorrect calls, such as fines and relegation to the second division, the priority should be to ensure that they are able to fulfill their role as the eyes and ears of the game. It seems that the KBO should also take measures against this. /firstname.lastname@example.org