(Export News Jamsil, Reporter Eun-hye Cho) The LG Twins broke the chain of four consecutive losses by defeating the Hanwha Eagles.
LG won the home match against Hanwha in the 2021 Shinhan Bank SOL KBO League held at Jamsil Stadium in Seoul on the 9th, winning 8-1, breaking 4 straight losses and making a season record of 54 wins, 2 draws and 41 losses. On the other hand, Hanwha has a record of 38 wins, 5 draws and 62 losses in the season.
LG starter Casey Kelly set a record of 5 or more innings in 48 consecutive games with 6 innings, 5 hits, 4 4 4, 10 strikeouts, and won 9 of the season. On the other hand, Hanwha Carpenter became a losing pitcher with 4 runs in 4 innings, 4 hits, 4 strikeouts, 4 strikeouts (7 earned runs) in 4 innings without receiving any defensive help.
It was Hanwha’s share of the lead. In the first inning, Hanwha Noh Soo-gwang went on base with a right-handed hit and advanced to second with a stolen base, and then went home to Ha Joo-seok’s hit. Hanwha’s 1-0 lead.
However, LG immediately overturned the score at the end of the first inning and beat Hanwha. LG, who had a chance with Hong Chang-gi and Seo Geon-chang’s consecutive walks, succeeded in a 2-1 comeback with a timely double by Kim Hyun-soo after one game. And Hanwha’s erroneous play came out, and Boer’s full-base homer exploded in a two-off chance made by Lee Jae-won on-base with an infield hit and Kim Min-seong’s walk, and the score went up 6-1 at once.
In the second inning, Hanwha’s cluttered defense continued, and after Hong Chang-ki’s walk, Carpenter’s balk and Chae Eun-sung’s shortstop Ha Joo-seok’s mistake from the batting made LG add a point. Then, with a fastball, one company and second base, and Kim Hyeon-Soo’s at bat, second baseman Jung Eun-Won made a throwing error. After that, neither team scored an additional goal, and LG took the victory with ease.
Photo = Jamsil, reporter Kim Han-jun
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