The Hanwha Eagles snapped the Kiwoom Heroes’ six-game losing streak and extended their winning streak to five games.
Hanwha won the second game of a doubleheader against Kiwoom 3-1 on Monday at Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul, South Korea, in the 2023 Shinhan Bank SOL KBO League.
Hanwha took the second game after an 11-2 blowout win in the first game to extend its winning streak to five games. Hanwha’s record for the month of September is 7-2 with a winning percentage of 0.777.
Kiwoom, on the other hand, suffered their sixth straight loss and 76th loss of the season (51 wins). One more loss and their winning percentage will drop below 4%.온라인카지노
Hanwha took the early lead.
After a walk to Choi Jae-hoon and a sacrifice bunt by Lee Do-yoon put runners on first and second in the fifth inning, Hanwha took a one-run lead on an infield single by Moon Hyun-bin and a double down the right-field line by Oh Sun-jin.
Oh rushes home
A game between the Hanwha Eagles and the Doosan Bears of the 2023 KBO League at Jamsil Baseball Stadium in Seoul on May 3. Oh Sun-jin rushes home after Hanwha’s Jung Eun-won hit a single with runners on first and second in the seventh inning. [Yonhap Photo]
However, Hanwha tied the game with a fielding error.
Kiwoom loaded the bases with back-to-back singles by Kim Joo-hyung and Kim Hye-sung and a ball hit to the body of Lee Joo-hyung.
On the ensuing defense, first baseman Chae Eun-sung fielded a grounder from the next batter, Song Sung-moon.
Catcher Choi Jae-hoon lost his footing at home plate to catch the sideways ball, allowing third baseman Kim Joo-hyung to score.
Kiwoom, however, came up short in the top of the seventh inning.
Two batters later, Oh Sun-jin’s hard-hit ball hit shortstop Kim Joo-hyung’s glove and went behind for a hit.
In the next at-bat, Noh Si-hwan’s grounder to Kiwoom’s outfielders seemed to delay handling the ball.
In the meantime, the ball fell between center fielder Ronnie Dawson and the infield. The ball landed between center fielder Ronnie Dawson and the outfielder.
With the offense stalled, Kiwoom sent Lee Hyung-jong and Kim Hwi-jip to the plate with the bases loaded in the bottom of the eighth, but they only managed a walk and a hit-by-pitch, respectively.
Hanwha struck first in the top of the ninth.
With no outs and the bases loaded, Noh Si-hwan hit a double to left-center field, and Kim intentionally walked Chae Eun-sung on a four-pitch at-bat, opting to face Lee Jin-young.
Lee took a forked ball from Lim Chang-min and hit a wedge to center field.