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This is the words of a player from a club who has recently been playing exhibition games.

Peach Clock, which debuted at the opening of the exhibition game on Thursday, is continuing to complain from all over the site. The team could have adjusted to a certain extent at the time when each team played three to four games, but there are still complaints and concerns rather than positive responses.

Peach Clock, which I watched at the site from September 9 to 12, showed mixed images.

It did not seem to have much of an impact on pitchers. Most pitchers sprayed the ball within the pitch clock, which was set at 18 seconds for Mujuja and 23 seconds for Yujuja. Some pitchers had a slightly faster tempo than the previous season, but most of them observed the pitch clock without much difficulty. However, there were cases where a runner received a warning after the time passed while exchanging signs when he got on base. It was also noticeable that the number of check balls per pitcher was one to two in total innings. After the end of last season, most of the pitchers' parts in the 10 teams brought watches to the bullpen from the closing training when the possibility of introducing pitch clocks was raised. Through spring camps and practice games, pitchers seem to have adapted to pitch clock time and faster tempo to some extent.

There are complaints and concerns over the implementation of the Peach Clock, unlike the past. "As soon as I entered the pitch, the referee often shouted 'time' to give a warning," said a team coaching staff member who met him at the scene. It is repeated several times, not just once. What if pitchers get injured?" Hanwha manager Choi Won-ho said, "Ryu Hyun-jin, who experienced the Peach Clock game last season in the U.S. Major League, asked how to play the Peach Clock game without the Peach Clock game."

Batters often receive warnings in violation of their preparation for batting within eight seconds. Between pitches and pitches, it is more likely that the batter takes his foot out of the batter's box and keeps breathing in his usual routine. NC Dinos batters were even warned eight times in a match against KIA in Changwon on Tuesday local time. Unlike the U.S. Major League, in which a strike is added when a batter's pitch clock is violated, the KBO League only provides verbal warnings without penalty. Despite this, batters are having difficulties adapting. "ABS can at least reduce the number of unfair decisions, but I don't know why Peach Clock is doing this," said a fielder who met at the scene. Another fielder also expressed concern, saying, "Even a verbal warning without penalty, if one thinks, 'What did I do wrong,' one feels discouraged and urgent. It is an exhibition game now, but if such a case is repeated during the regular season, the routine will be broken and the entire season will be affected."

As complaints grow on the ground, the front desk's worries seem to be deepening. "After watching a few games, the referee gave warnings, but it took longer. The purpose of the game is to shorten the duration of the game, but it is uncertain whether the time will decrease due to frequent warnings," a team leader said. "Pitchcom is expensive as existing products. I heard it takes six months to certify the radio waves even if they are introduced," he said. "I don't know if it will be implemented properly in this situation. I think we need to discuss it at the upcoming executive committee."

At this point, it is considered a strong alternative to increase the duration of the Pitch Clock trial to the entire season, not the first half of the year, as professed by KBO, and to fully introduce it from next year. Amid mounting complaints on the ground from the exhibition game, attention is focusing on what kind of decision the KBO will make.
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Tuesday, March 12, 2024
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