The Doosan Bears laughed first in the Dangun match, which was a successful fall baseball game. Kang Seung-ho, who achieved a reverse cycling hit in the previous game, led, and Yang Seok-hwan and Cho Soo-haeng pushed. The KIA Tigers, without Park Chan-ho due to injury, suffered self-destruction due to a series of errors and poor performances by key hitters.아톰카지노
Doosan won an easy 8-3 victory against KIA held at KIA Champions Field in Gwangju on the 17th. Starting pitcher Raul Alcantara earned his 13th win (6 losses) of the season with a quality start pitching, allowing 3 runs in 6 innings. Doosan, which secured an early winning series against its top-five rivals, regained an advantage in the ranking competition by switching places with KIA.
It was a game in which the gap between the two teams in atmosphere and structure was clearly revealed. Kang Seung-ho was the leader of Doosan, which attempted to win six games in a row. In a game two days ago, he hit a home run, a triple, a double, and a single in that order for the first time in professional baseball history, and on this day, he also hit with three hits, including a solo shot, in his first at-bat. Although he retired with a hit in his last at-bat in the top of the 9th inning, he came close to recording an unprecedented cycling hit in two consecutive games.
In the top batting lineup, Yang Seok-hwan played the role of a problem solver. He hit timely hits three times in the 3rd, 5th, and 7th innings, scoring 4 RBIs. Cho Su-haeng, who started as the ninth hitter and right fielder, also made full use of his quick feet and drove up three hits.
KIA clearly felt the absence of starting shortstop Park Chan-ho. Kim Do-young, who moved to shortstop, and Byun Woo-hyuk, who played third base, showed anxiety as they made catching mistakes one after another. In addition, pitcher Kim Dae-yu’s bad throw in the 7th inning resulted in KIA committing 3 errors in one game. Two of these resulted in conceded goals.
The same was true in attack. Kim Do-young, who played as leadoff instead of Park Chan-ho, was silent with no hits in five at-bats, including a double play and a strikeout in two scoring opportunities. Choi Hyung-woo and Socrates Brito also struck out at every opportunity. Na Seong-beom fought hard with multiple hits, including two points, but it wasn’t enough.
In Daegu, the Lotte Giants defeated the Samsung Lions 7-4 and achieved their third consecutive win. Ahn Chi-hong responded to Korean ace Park Se-woong’s pitching of 2 earned runs in 6 innings with consecutive home runs in the 3rd and 4th innings.