“When I saw the video, I thought it might be the LG Plutco type, but it seems to be similar.”
Dylan Pyle (27), the new foreign pitcher for the Doosan Bears, received favorable reviews from his first bullpen pitching. On the 4th, Dylan pitched his first bullpen at the Blacktown Baseball Stadium in Blacktown, Sydney, Australia. While throwing 25 balls, he evenly checked his fastballs and breaking balls, and, as is well known, he boasted excellent control. His decision-making curve was such that everyone said, “The ball is good.”
Doosan pitching coach Jung Jae-hoon compared Dylan to LG Twins foreign pitcher Adam Plutko (32). Plutko played in the KBO League for the first time last year, playing 28 games, 15 wins and 5 losses, 162 innings, and an average ERA of 2.39. Like Dylan, Plutko is a pitcher whose control is the greatest weapon. According to the professional baseball statistics site ‘Stat Tees’, Plutko’s average fastball speed last year was 145.9km, which was not overwhelming, but he accumulated multipliers by using various breaking balls such as sliders, curveballs, and changeups in the right places.
Dylan said, “Since college, I have been strong in command. I trained mainly on control and threw the ball, but for the past two years, I have been training to control the ball while increasing speed. I am most confident in the curve. I can throw a curveball, slider, and changeup. I can,” he said, highlighting his strengths.
Coach Chung nodded at Dylan’s appeal. He said, “I thought it might be a Plutko type, but it seems similar. The curve is good. He is not a pitcher who overwhelms with pitches, but he says his speed comes out close to 150km. It is said that there is no. 스포츠토토 There is definitely control. The quick motion and catching runners are also complete and look good.”
Doosan coach Lee Seung-yeop also watched Dylan’s first bullpen pitching closely. I also checked the data measured by Labsodo, and the numbers were mostly positive.
Director Lee emphasized, “I think it’s good for Dylan to be able to use both left and right corners in a game. Most pitchers tend to target only one side biasedly, but using both sides is definitely a big weapon.”
He added, “If you look at the numbers, the rotational power is good. If the rotational power of the ball is good, the end of the ball looks faster and better when viewed by hitters. Overall, I got a good impression.”
Dylan also said, “The body was good, and the ball was good. Although it was a preparation process, I was satisfied with the feeling of the ball coming out and the ball’s control. “, he said with satisfaction.
Plutko proved with 15 wins last year that it works in the KBO league with the weapon of control. Will Dylan be able to follow in Plutko’s footsteps and settle down as a one-two puncher with ace Raul Alcantara (31), who has won more than 30 wins?