All NC starting hitters hit and score explosion… Green onion with LG 14-1.
Doosan 4 consecutive wins, Kwak Bin’s first 10 wins…
KIA Sanchez wins by decision over Hanwha Sanchez, Lotte loses to kt and loses 5 in a row…
Kiwoom, 6-run show with 7 consecutive hits including home runs
The NC Dinos
NC Dinos made a hit and score record for all season 1 starters and exploded. 카지노사이트
In the 2023 Shinhan Bank SOL KBO League home game held at Changwon NC Park on the 25th,
NC hit 19 hits, including two home runs, and defeated the leading LG Twins 14-1.
The record of all hits and all runs scored by NC is a record that only came out 87 times in history.
Against LG starter Choi Won-tae, NC’s bat blew fire from the first inning.
In 1st out, 1st and 2nd base, Jason Martin ignited the fuse with a timely left-handed hit, and Kwon Hee-dong and Do Tae-hun scored consecutive hits, giving NC a 3-0 lead.
In the 3rd inning, 1 company, 1st and 3rd base, Kim Joo-won’s left center double,
Ahn Jung-yeol’s heavy hit, and Son Ah-seop’s heavy hit tied together to score 4 points and run away to 7-0, splitting the win early.
In the 4th inning, Joo-Won Kim added 4 points with 3 RBIs and 2 doubles, and ran away to 11-0.
Martin contributed 3 hits and 3 RBIs, Kim Joo-won contributed 4 RBIs, and Ahn Joong-yeol and Son Ah-seop contributed 2 RBIs each.
In the top of the 7th inning, LG avoided defeat with Austin Dean’s solo home run in the middle of the left.
NC starter Eric Peddy won his 16th win (5 losses) of the season with a powerful throw of 1 run while striking out 7 in 7 innings.
The Doosan Bears defeated SSG Landers 10-1 at Jamsil Stadium in Seoul and went on a four-game winning streak.
Doosan bat, which scored 25 points in three consecutive matches
against the Kiwoom Heroes during the week,
exploded terribly on this day, scoring 5 points in the 4th inning.
Doosan scored 1 point in the first inning when Jose Rojas hit the ball,
took a 2-0 lead with Kim Tae-geun’s timely hit in the 3rd inning.
Starting with the lead hitter Rojas at the end of the 4th inning,
Doosan’s batting line widened the gap to 6-0 with Yang Eui-ji, Yang Seok-hwan,
Kang Seung-ho, and Heo Gyeong-min hitting 5 consecutive hits to break SSG starter Kim Gwang-hyeon.
In the first out and third base, Jo Soo-haeng scored a sacrifice hit.
SSG took Kim Gwang-hyeon off the mound after throwing 61 pitches in the 5th inning and raised the white flag in the 7th inning by replacing infielders Park Seong-han, Choi Jeong, and Choi Joo-hwan.
Doosan starter Gwak Bin finished 8 innings with 4 hits, 3 walks and 5 strikeouts,
winning his 10th win (6 losses) of the season.
Kwak Bin filled 8 innings in a game for the first time since his professional debut in 2018,
also left his first footprint in the season with 10 wins.
In Gwangju, the KIA Tigers won 4-1 in the ‘Sanchez Match’ against the Hanwha Eagles and returned to a 50% win rate.
In a match between Mario Sanchez (KIA) and Ricardo Sanchez (Hanwha), who share the same surname and country of origin (Venezuela), KIA Sanchez won by decision.
KIA Sanchez gave only 1 point for ‘salty water’, allowing only 2 hits in 7 innings.
Hanwha Sanchez became the losing pitcher with 7 hits and 2 runs in 5 innings.
At the end of the first inning, KIA scored first with Choi Hyung-woo’s ground ball from 1 out,
1st and 3rd base, and in the 5th inning, leading 1-0,
Park Chan-ho, who had the best year of the year, deducted an extra point with a ‘baseball’.
Park Chan-ho, who went on base with a right-handed hit,
stole second base when Na Seong-beom was at bat after a run.
Then, in Na Seong-beom’s strike-out knock-out situation,
while the ball flowed toward the backstop, Hanwha catcher Choi Jae-hoon, who caught the ball after reaching third base,
threw the ball to first base to catch Na Seong-beom’s out, and sprinted home like a storm.
Scored the team’s second goal.
Hanwha, who had been dragged without a hit by KIA Sanchez until the 6th inning,
caught up with one point in the beginning of the 7th inning with Tae-yeon Kim’s heavy hit following a double from leader Chae Eun-seong in the middle right.
KIA Sanchez erased the crisis by catching Choi Jae-hoon with a straight hit to first baseman in the ensuing first base, catching even the first base runner who had already jumped to second base and failed to return.
Choi Hyung-woo, the KIA main gun, celebrated the victory by drawing a superior two-run arch in the 7th inning.
Hanwha suffered four consecutive losses.
The Lotte Giants, busy on their way to the postseason, lost 1-3 to kt wiz in their home game in Busan and fell into a 5-game losing streak.
Aaron Wilkerson gave up 8 strikeouts in 7 innings and fought hard with 2 runs (1 earned run), but the tight batting line gave the reason for the loss.
Lotte scored 1 point first due to a throw error by kt pitcher Benjamin, who caught Jeon Jun-woo’s grounder in 1 company, 1st and 2nd base.
However, he was tied up by Benjamin until the 6th inning and was unable to send any runners beyond second base.
At the top of the second inning, kt tied the game 1-1 due to an error by Lotte shortstop Bae Young-bin following Anthony Alford’s double.
In the 4th inning, Hwang Jae-gyun and Alford’s doubles turned the score 2-1.
In the 8th inning, kt tied Kim Sang-soo’s left-handed double and Jang Seong-woo’s left-handed hit to drive a wedge.
Following Benjamin’s 6 innings and 1 run (no run), Son Dong-hyun (7),
Park Young-hyun (8), and Kim Jae-yoon (9) collaborated to score no runs.
In Daegu, Kiwoom defeated the Samsung Lions 7-4.
Kiwoom took the lead in the game by scoring 6 points with 6 hits in a row,
starting with Kim Soo-hwan’s superior two-run four in the second inning with 2 outs and 2nd base.
Kiwoom starter Ahn Woo-jin got 7 hits and gave 2 walks, but only allowed 2 runs and thanks to the support of the other line,
he harvested his 9th win (4 losses) of the season and ran 5 consecutive wins against Samsung.
Samsung’s starting pitcher, Taylor Widener, fell short of expectations by allowing 7 runs on 11 hits in 4⅔ innings.