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Yang Hyeon-jong, 1 conceded 4⅔ innings in his second appearance in the minor leagues

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Hyun-Jong Yang. (Photo = AFPBBNews)

[이데일리 스타in 임정우 기자] Yang Hyun-jong (33) allowed a home run in his second appearance in the minor leagues in the US.

Yang Hyun-jong, who plays for Round Rock Express, a Triple-A club under the Texas Rangers, started as a starting pitcher in a game held at Southwest University Park in El Paso, Texas on the 27th (Korean time).

Yang Hyun-jong recorded 5 hits (1 homer) and 2 strikeouts and 1 run in 4⅔ innings against the El Paso Chihuahuas, a triple-A team under the San Diego Padres.

After catching two outs in the bottom of the first inning, Yang Hyun-jong allowed Brian O’Grady a dominant solo home run. In the 2nd-4th innings, he conceded one hit every inning, but conceded a run. In the bottom of the 5th inning, leading 2-1, he came down from the mound after being driven to 2nd and 1st. Bullpen Jason Barr escaped the crisis by striking out O’Grady on two bases.

Yang Hyun-jong was sent down to the minor leagues on the 18th as he was put on a designated for assignment in Texas. In his first appearance in the minor leagues on the 20th, he hit two home runs and conceded two runs in 3⅔ innings. Yang Hyun-jong allowed a home run in two games in a row, but did not allow a walk.

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