The LG Twins won 3 consecutive wins thanks to the ending hit by foreign hitter Austin Dean.
LG won 2-1 against Samsung Lions in the 2023 Shinhan Bank Sol KBO League held at Jamsil Stadium.
LG, which defeated Samsung for two days in a row, ran for three straight wins, posting its fifth win (two losses) of the season.
Samsung fell into 온라인바카라a 3-game losing streak and marked the season with 2 wins and 4 losses.
Austin, who was excluded from the selection that day, completed a thrilling ending victory.
In the bottom of the 9th inning, with the score 1-1, Austin took a pinch hit from second out and first baseman Song Chan at bat and hit Samsung closer Oh Seung-hwan’s third fastball.
The ball landed in front of the right fence, and in the meantime, first base runner Kim Min-seong ran without stopping to finish the game.
LG showed a solid mound, starting with starter Kim Yun-sik (5 innings scoreless), Kim Jin-seong (1 inning scoreless), Ham Deok-joo (⅔ innings scoreless), Jung Woo-yeong (1⅓ innings scoreless), and Lee Jeong-yong (1 innings scoreless).
Jung Woo-young, who had a total of 99 holds before the game, achieved 100 holds at the lowest game ever (261) and the youngest (23 years, 7 months, 20 days).
Samsung starter David Buchanan cried at the silence of the other line even after fighting hard with 3 hits and 1 run in 8 innings.
Oh Seung-hwan recorded his first loss of the season with 1 run in ⅔ innings.
LG took the lead in the first inning.
Leading Hong Chang-ki and Moon Seong-joo’s consecutive hits and Kim Hyun-soo’s straight walk filled the base. Moon Bo-kyung stopped at the pitcher’s ground ball at the bases loaded safely, but Kim Min-seong raised the score with a sacrifice fly to the right fielder in the continued one-out bases loaded.
After that, both teams were silent.
Samsung, which was trailing 0-1, had two hits and one walk in the third inning, one run and a full base, but Kim Dong-yeop’s double hit by second baseman left him empty-handed.
In the 6th inning, Koo Ja-wook hit a double against the changed pitcher Kim Jin-seong, and Jose Pirella picked up a walk and made 2 out 1st and 2nd base, but Lee Won-seok turned around with a shortstop ground ball.
As LG failed to score an additional point and kept a narrow lead, Samsung succeeded in tying the score in the last attack in the top of the ninth inning.
Lee Won-seok, Kang Min-ho’s hits, and Oh Jae-il’s walks filled the bases, and Kim Seong-yoon hit a left fielder’s sacrifice fly with the first bases loaded. Even with a rather short shot, third base runner Kang Min-ho rushed home and turned the game back to square one.
However, in the bottom of the ninth, Oh Seung-hwan, whom he trusted, gave Kim Min-seong a walk after a run and was shaken. Oh Seung-hwan, who treated Seo Geon-chang as a third baseman’s floating ball, lowered his head, allowing pinch hitter Austin to finish with a double.
In Daejeon, SSG Landers defeated Hanwha 7-5 after extra time.
SSG, who won overtime for two days in a row, recorded a season record of 4 wins and 1 loss. Hanwha stayed at the bottom with 1 win and 5 losses.
In SSG, starter Kim Gwang-hyun collapsed with 8 hits (1 home run), 4 walks and 5 runs in 3 innings, and the early flow was taken away.
However, in the 5th inning, which was trailing 0-5, Jeon Eui-san fired 3 points in the middle of the left against Hanwha starter Min-Woo Kim to signal the chase. In the 6th inning, Kang-Min Kim’s sacrifice fly to center fielder caught up to 4-5, but in the 8th inning SSG returned the game to the starting point with Jeong Jeong Choi’s sacrifice fly to center fielder.
SSG gained momentum after one out in the 10th inning, Lee Jae-won, Choo Shin-soo, and Choi Ji-hoon scored three consecutive hits to fill the bases.
Hanwha Nam Ji-min induced a ground ball at the top with the first base loaded, but Noh Si-hwan, who caught the batted ball, missed the second base throw. In the meantime, third base runner Lee Jae-won and second base runner Choo Shin-soo hit home in turn and reversed the charter.
Hanwha collapsed without being able to maintain a 5-point lead, and Brian O’Grady and Kim Tae-yeon struck out consecutively in the bottom of the 9th inning with one out and 1st and 2nd base opportunities. At the end of the 10th inning, he could not even take advantage of the chance to secure first base and hung his head.
In Busan, KT Wiz beat the Lotte Giants 7-3.
KT (3 wins and 1 loss), who had 2 wins in a row, drove Lotte (1 win and 4 losses) to 3 consecutive losses.
In the first inning, KT took a 3-0 lead with Park Byeong-ho’s timely double, Jang Seong-woo’s center fielder’s sacrifice fly, and Hwang Jae-gyun’s timely hit in the first inning.
In the 3rd inning with a 3-1 lead, Byeong-ho Park scored an extra point with a mid-month solo shot, and in the 4th inning when they were being chased 4-3, Baek-ho Kang added a point with a sacrifice fly.
Kang Baek-ho drew a two-run arch (Season 2) as first baseman with no outs in the 7th inning, running away 5-3, and driving a wedge.
Park Byeong-ho was active with 2 hits and 2 RBIs in 3 at-bats, including the 1st gun of the season, and Kang Baek-ho also led the batting line with 2 hits and 3 RBIs in 3 at-bats.
KT starter Wes Benjamin earned his second win of the season with 6 hits (1 home run), 1 walk, 6 strikeouts and 3 runs in 6 innings.
Lotte starter Dan Strayley took the loss with 7 hits (1 home run), 7 strikeouts, 5 runs and 4 earned runs in 6 innings.
In Changwon, NC Dinos defeated Kiwoom Heroes 11-5.
NC, who won two days in a row, took the 4th win (3rd loss) of the season. Kiwoom (3 wins and 4 losses) fell into a three-game losing streak.
NC broke the balance with Kim Joo-won’s second baseman’s ground ball in the 6th inning, 1st, 2nd and 3rd base, 4-4, and added one more point with Son Ah-seop’s timely double in the 7th inning, 2nd, 1st and 2nd base.
Kiwoom caught up again with Edison Russell’s timely hit at the beginning of the 8th inning, but NC took the win by pouring in 5 points at the end of the 8th inning.
Park Sae-hyeok drew a superior three-run arch to Kiwoom Byun Si-won at 1 company 1st and 2nd base at the end of the 8th inning and completely led the flow. Park Kun-woo’s timely hit and Son Ah-seop’s sacrifice fly further widened the gap.
Park Se-hyuk showed off his presence with 2 hits and 3 RBIs in 2 at-bats, including a 3-run home run (season 2) that decided the game.
In Gwangju, the KIA Tigers beat the Doosan Bears 7-6 with Ko Jong-wook’s walk-off hit.
KIA avenged the previous day’s defeat and posted its second win (second loss) of the season. Doosan (4 wins and 3 losses) lost 3 consecutive wins.
The joys and sorrows of both teams were divided 9 times.
In the top of the 9th inning when Doosan was trailing 4-6, Kim Jae-hwan’s two-run arch turned the game around.
Then, in the bottom of the 9th inning, where the score was 6-6, KIA connected a chance with a full base with a hit by Socrates Brito and consecutive walks by Hyung-Woo Choi and Ji-Hyuk Ryu. Pinch hitter Jong-wook Ko, who was hit with one out and bases loaded, attacked Doosan Shin-ji Park’s second pitch and hit a right-handed hit to put an end to the game.
Jung Hae-young, who took the mound in the 8th inning with 2 outs on 2nd and 3rd base, failed to keep the 2-run lead to the end, but was named the winning pitcher.
Doosan Kim Myung-shin suffered a defeat by allowing 1 run in 1⅓ innings.