The ball that hit the second baseman. The day after the LG Twins’ stunning comeback loss.

The presence of detectives at Changwon NC Park attracted attention. This was due to online threats against umpire Yoon Sang-won, who was involved in the incident the previous day.

Before the 14th game of the NC-LG season at Changwon NC Park on July 27, four detectives from the Masan Dongbu Police Station patrolled around the dugout before the game.

The KBO Umpire Committee also took preemptive measures to prevent any untoward incidents.

It removed umpire Yoon Sang-won from the bench and sent him to Seoul before the game. Yoon, who was the second base umpire the day before, was originally scheduled to officiate the game. Before the game, he was replaced by umpire Kim Jung-kook.

After the Changwon game on the 26th, umpire Yoon Sang-won became the target of anger from LG fans.

It was due to a strange situation.

In the top of the ninth inning, LG led 5-3. Park Gun-woo hit a grounder that grazed the foot of second base umpire Yoon Sang-won, who was trying to avoid it. Shin Min-jae caught it and seemed to force out the runner at second base. However, the second base umpire ruled that it hit his foot.토토사이트

The game changed as the grounder turned into an infield hit, as per Rule 5.06 of the Baseball Rules, which states, “When a fair ball not hit by an infielder (including the pitcher) is hit by a runner or umpire in fair territory, or when a fair ball not passed by an infielder (excluding the pitcher) is hit by an umpire – each runner whose base must be cleared by the batter becoming a runner advances. Martin’s lucky hit to center field was followed by a three-run home run by Kwon Hee-dong to give NC a 6-5 lead. The game was over in an instant.

LG fans were furious at the loss. Some fans posted inappropriate things online. There were also threats to harm referee Yoon Sang-won.

At a time when threats with weapons are becoming a serious social issue.

The Masan East Police Station, which manages the baseball stadium, dispatched detectives to take preemptive measures to prevent any incidents.

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