Enthusiasm of 19,000 people, an iron wall battle that was kept until the end step by step… KIA wins like this

먹튀검증 It was the strength of the bullpen that kept the score until the end.

KIA Tigers won 3-2 against Kiwoom Heroes held at Gwangju-Kia Champions Field on the 20th. After losing 5 in a row, they won 4 in a row and recorded 18 wins and 17 losses. Two consecutive card winning series were secured.

It was a win for baseball to keep. Kim Seon-bin’s first run in the first inning and Socrates Brito’s come-from-behind two-run home run in the third inning kept the 3-2 score from the fourth to the end. The big thing was that the 5 bullpen pitchers blocked 4 scoreless innings without allowing a run.

KIA only allowed starter Adonis Medina to throw up to 5 innings. Even while giving up 4 hits and 3 walks, he endured with 2 runs. It made for a winning game. Right away, the bullpen was activated from the 6th inning.

Lim Gi-young gave up 1 hit and 1 walk, but continued Young’s march by steadily catching 4 out counts. Lee Joon-young allowed 1 hit and 1 walk, but caught 1 out count without conceding. Jeon Sang-hyun also got a double, but did not allow a run.

The white rice was Choi Ji-min. In the 8th inning, he came to the rescue with 1 out and 2 base, treating pinch hitter Song Seong-moon with a fly ball to right fielder, and also induced pinch hitter Kim Hui-jip to shortstop ground ball. He overpowered batters by throwing fastballs of up to 149 km one after another.

With a 3-2 lead, Jung Hae-young took over the last inning. Although he was struggling recently because his restraint and pitch did not rise, coach Kim Jong-guk showed unwavering trust. Jeong Hae-young got a good hit from the first hitter, pinch hitter Park Chan-hyeok, but left fielder Lee Woo-sung caught it with a jump catch.

He gave Lee Jung-hoo an assault ball, but caught the ball with excellent quickness and got the second out count. Jung Hae-young, who gained strength, struck out the last batter Lee Hyeong-jong and kept the lead amidst the support of 19,000 spectators.

After the game, coach Kim Jong-guk said, “Medina played the role of starting pitcher well, blocking the opponent’s batting line with 2 runs in 5 innings. A little quickly started the bullpen, but there was a crisis situation, but each pitcher who came up steadily caught an outcount and played his part. You did well,” he applauded.

He continued, “I think it is more meaningful because it was a one-point victory in a close match. All of them were winning streaks of Pil Seung-jo pitchers.

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