KIA Wins 3 Consecutive Wins Against LG With 8 Stolen Bases [sports]

KIA Wins 3 Consecutive Wins Against LG With 8 Stolen Bases, The Most of the Season... Hanwha's 6th Consecutive Win is Exciting

NC Peddy, who missed the first shutout, sprinted toward the triple crown with multiple wins, earned run average, and strikeouts, SSG escaped from three consecutive losses with Park Seong-han's come-from-behind two-run catch... Doosan also demonstrated cohesion to overcome Samsung

The KIA Tigers, who rose to 4th place, defeated the LG Twins by stealing 8 bases, the most by a team in a single game of the season, and reached the 60th win mark for the season with 3 consecutive wins.

KIA won 8-7 after a fierce battle in the 2023 Shinhan Bank SOL KBO League home game against LG at Kia Champions Field in Gwangju on the 10th.

KIA, who dominated the double header the previous day, faltered with 2 losses after 9 consecutive wins, but then won 3 consecutive wins to gain strength toward leaping to second place. 카지노사이트

The lead between second-place KT Wiz and KIA, who lost that day, was reduced to two games.

LG, the leader with 70 wins this season, suffered three consecutive losses and was unable to widen the gap with the second-place team.

KIA table setters Park Chan-ho and Kim Do-young stole second base as soon as they stepped on first base, putting LG Battery in a corner.

Park Chan-ho and Kim Do-young each stole two bases, and Choi Won-jun, who replaced Na Seong-beom as a pinch runner, succeeded in stealing three bases.

Including Socrates Brito's stolen bases, KIA recorded 8 stolen bases and won the game by playing more active football against LG, who shook the league with stolen bases this season.

The most stolen bases by a team in a single game in professional baseball history is 10, achieved by Haitai and LG, the predecessors of KIA.

As KIA scored 4 points in the 1st and 2nd innings with Na Seong-beom's two timely hits, Kim Do-young's sacrifice fly, and Kim Sun-bin's heavy hit, LG made up for 2 points in the 3rd inning with Hong Chang-ki's sacrifice fly.

When KIA Tigers added 3 runs in the bottom of the 3rd inning with 3 hits and 3 walks, LG pursued tenaciously and scored 2 runs each in the 5th and 6th innings to tie the game at 7-7.

The final run came in the bottom of the 7th inning.

As leader Park Chan-ho hit a heavy hit and stole second base, Choi Won-jun hit a clean left-handed hit to score the winning run.

At the Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul, there was a battle in which only 26 hits were exchanged, and the Hanwha Eagles defeated the Kiwoom Heroes 9-8 and achieved their sixth consecutive win.

Kiwoom, ranked last, is mired in a 7-game losing streak.

Hanwha scored 5 runs in the 3rd inning, including a three-run home run by Moon Hyun-bin, and 4 runs in the 4th inning, including a two-run arch by Chae Eun-seong, taking a 9-4 lead and heading for victory.

Kiwoom tacked on 3 runs in the bottom of the 6th inning thanks to Ronnie Dawson's hit to right, Hanwha pitcher's wild pitch, and Song Seong-moon's double, and put pressure on Hanwha at 8-9 with Dawson's double in the 8th inning.

Kiwoom had a chance to end the game with bases loaded and 2 outs in the bottom of the 9th inning, but lost the game because Hanwha shortstop Lee Do-yoon brilliantly cleared Dawson's hit.

At Jamsil Stadium in Seoul, the Doosan Bears defeated the Samsung Lions 8-2.

Starting pitcher Raul Alcantara pitched well, allowing 1 run (non-earned) in 6 innings, and the batting line also exploded at the right time.

In the second inning with two hits and no outs on first and third base, Kang Seung-ho hit a double to left-center.

Kang Seung-ho homered on the follow-up batters' ground balls, increasing the score to 3-0.

In the 5th inning, Yang Seok-hwan hit a three-run home run with runners on first and second base, heralding victory.

Yang Seok-hwan hit 20 home runs for three consecutive seasons with one home run remaining.

Doosan scored a 6-1 lead in the bottom of the 6th inning with bases loaded and 2 outs thanks to Jose Rojas' 2 RBI single to left.

NC Dinos defeated Lotte Giants 3-1 at home in Changwon.

NC starter Eric Peddy, the best pitcher this year, unfortunately missed his first shutout of the season with two outs.

Peddy, who had allowed only 2 hits through the 8th inning, had 9 strikeouts, and tied up the Lotte batting lineup with 0 runs, led 3-0 in the top of the 9th inning, got an infield hit toward third base by the first batter, Yoo Kang-nam, and then left out to Dong-hee Yoon after one out. He gave up a double, giving him 1 point.

Lee Yong-chan, who received the baton, lost the game without conceding a goal.

Peddie, who allowed 1 run in 8 ⅓ innings, won 8 consecutive home games, accumulating 18 wins (6 losses) on the season and lowering his ERA to 2.21.

He also increased his strikeouts to 169, solidifying his three-time record of wins, earned run average, and strikeouts.

In Japanese professional baseball, there were 37 shutouts in the two major leagues this year, and in the two major American professional baseball leagues, there were 19 shutouts, but in the KBO league, there was not a single shutout until today, when 83% of the entire schedule was played.

NC easily took the lead in the third inning with Choi Jeong-won's Woo-sang triple and Son A-seop's ground ball.

In the 5th inning, consecutive doubles by Son Ah-seop and Seo Ho-cheol, Lotte third baseman Park Seung-wook's error, and Jason Martin's timely hit to right added two runs.

Lotte was disappointed that Ahn Chi-hong's hit in the 9th inning with 2 outs and runners on second base was caught by NC shortstop Kim Joo-won's picturesque diving catch.

SSG Landers, who had fallen to 5th place, defeated KT 6-5 thanks to Park Seong-han's brilliant comeback 2-run home run in the top of the 9th inning in the game visiting Suwon, and escaped their last 3 consecutive losses and their 6th consecutive loss against KT at the same time.

SSG first scored two runs in the first inning with a home run by leadoff hitter Choo Shin-soo over the right wall and three hits.

KT immediately tied the score at 2-2 in the bottom of the 4th inning with Seong-Woo Jang's double hitting the top of the center fence with 2 outs and runners on 1st and 2nd bases.

Then, in the bottom of the 5th inning, Kim Sang-soo's walk and Kim Min-hyuk's single led to 3 runs with 1 out and runners on first and third base, Anthony Alford's left-handed double and Hwang Jae-gyun's double, turning the game around 5-2.

SSG trailed by 1 run in the top of the 6th inning with Jo Hyeong-woo's sacrifice fly, and then created a drama against KT closer Kim Jae-yoon in the 9th inning.

When leader Choi Ji-hoon hit a big triple that hit the top of the right wall, Choi Jeong immediately hit a timely hit to trail the team at 4-5.

Park Seong-han, who appeared with one out and second base, drew a two-point arch with a distance of 120 meters that went well over the right fence, turning the pendulum that had been tilted towards KT in the opposite direction.

Firefighter Seo Jin-yong came into the bottom of the 9th inning, earned his 35th save, and locked the back door.
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