LG, KT, busy on their way, ‘deulmi’ for Doosan and Hanwha, respectively… 3rd place Kiwom 3 straight wins
SSG Landers, the professional baseball leader, advanced to 80 wins and lowered the magic number needed to secure the top spot in the regular league to 15.
SSG defeated the Lotte Giants 3-1 in the 2022 Shinhan Bank SOL KBO League away game held at Sajik Stadium in Busan.
SSG, who had 80 wins, 4 draws and 43 losses in the season, lost two of their magic numbers in one day as the runners-up LG Twins, who they had chased with fierce momentum, lost, and start the Korean Series right away.
SSG’s magic number is awarded every time SSG wins and LG loses.
SSG starting pitcher Shawn Morimando gave the team a valuable win by striking out 7 in 7⅔ innings and giving up one team run (no run of his own).
Morimando gave up just one run with a ground ball in the 4th inning, a one-run emergency, and that was achieved by allowing an error and consecutive hits by Seong-Han Park at shortstop.
In September, SSG, who had been lamenting the low hitting in the early 20s, clinched the victory with a powerful strike.
In the 0-0, in the 4th inning, Juan Lagareth’s fort hit, Park Sung-han’s trip, and sent a bunt, he lost two points with Kim Min-sik’s superior double of one-in-one, second and third base.
Immediately, pinch hitter Oh Jun-hyeok even called Kim Min-sik home, and he put in a right shot that ran away 3-0.
Lotte had a chance at first and second base with two hits for eight in a row against SSG Noh Kyung-eun after Morimando grounded out, but Han Dong-hee turned his at-bat to a high ball and was caught on a floater. r right fielder, effectively missing. the last chance.
SSG Moon Seung-won, who became the losing pitcher by giving up five runs in ⅓ innings the previous day, struck out three batters that day and picked up a save.
SSG finished their record against Lotte this season with 10 wins, 1 draw and 5 losses.
The 6th place NC Dinos chased the 5th place KIA Tigers by 3.5 games and heated up the competition for the last train of the postseason.
NC defeated the Samsung Lions 7-2 with three cannons in the main room in Changwon.
NC, who gave up a two-run home run to Samsung Jose Pirella in the top of the 4th inning, simply turned the tide with two home runs after moving an airlift.
In a one-man base with two hits and one walk, second baseman Kim Joo-yn beat Samsung Won Tae-in with a dominant full-time home run.
In the 4th inning, 2nd and 1st base, followed by Mab Ah-seop’s walk, Park Geon-woo drew a two-run arc to left, running 6-2.
First baseman No. 7 Oh Young-soo hit a wedge with a dominating solo home run in the 8th.
BC hitter Son Ah-seop hit 2,209 hits in the first innings, ranking third in this category with Kim Tae-gyun, following Park Yong-taek (2,504) and Yang Jun-hyeok (2,318).
KIA lost 3-0 to Kiwoom Heroes at home in Gwangju, losing 3 in a row.
With this, the 5th place winner is very likely to be decided in a three-game match between KIA and NC, which will be held at NC Changwon Park in Gyeongnam on the 22nd and 24th.
Kiwoom went on to win three straight games, widening the gap with kt wiz in fourth by 1.5 games.
He also finished the season against KIA with 10 wins and 6 losses.
KIA pitcher Sean Nolin’s decisive throwing error made the difference between victory and defeat.
Nolin completely thwarted Kiwoom’s batting line with a track that hit enough to give Lee Jung-hoo the first hit in the 7th over.
Then, 0-0, early in the 8th inning, he gave leadoff hitter Kim Tae-jin, caught a bunt sending Kim Woong-bin, and then apologized to first base, causing a crisis.
The song-goo, who was leaning to the side so that Kim Seon-bin, who entered the first base cover, could not catch, bounced off the foul line.
Kiwoom, who had a chance to win 2nd and 3rd place, immediately drew the finish line with Song Seong-moon’s two-run shot to right.
Nolin also became the losing pitcher despite a backfield of 8 innings, 3 hits and 2 runs (1 earned run).
Kiwoom starter Eric Yokishi had more hits than Nolin, but he safely avoided the crisis and accumulated double-digit wins for four straight seasons in the KBO League.
Yokishi allowed six hits, but without a major emergency, he pitched 7⅔ scoreless innings and won the game.
The strike took out seven.
Kim Seon-gi, who appeared in the 8th inning as a reliever at first and second base in two games, turned pinch hitter Hyung-Woo Choi to strike out and silence the KIA’s pursuit.
The game ended in 2 hours and 11 minutes, making it the minimum time for a regular innings this season.
Doosan in 9th and Hanwha in 10th took the back seat of busy LG and KT.
Doosan defeated LG 5-0 at Jamsil Stadium in Seoul.
Doosan, who was behind LG in eight years, took the last game and finished with 6 wins and 10 losses.
While starter Kwak Bin pitched 6⅓ scoreless innings, Doosan diligently piled up points one by one, giving LG no room to reverse.
Doosan scored the finish line with a right-handed hit by Kang Seung-ho in the 1st inning and scored an extra point with a perfectly timed shot by Heo Kyung-min in the 3rd inning, 1 company and 2nd place.
Doosan, which led 3-0 with a hit by Kyung-Min Heo in the fifth inning, added one run each in the sixth and seventh innings.
Heo Kyung-min led the win by scoring two RBIs on three hits in four at-bats.
Hanwha defeated kt 4-1 at home in Daejeon.
Hanwha scored two runs first by tying first baseman Kim Byung-hee’s bad throw to second base, which caught Kim In-hwan’s ground ball in the bottom of the 6th inning, 0-0 in the bottom of the 6th, and a home throwing error Shin Bon-ki shortstop.
When KT held within one point with a timely hit by Kang Baek-ho in the top of the 8th inning, Mike Tuckman fired a two-run shot in the bottom of the 8th to quell KT’s will to chase.