“Avoiding the crisis of falling in last place” Hanwha wins 7-0 against Kiwoom… Winning defense and pioneering eyes

The Hanwha Eagles won 7-0 in an away game against the Kiwoom Heroes in the 24 Shinhan SOL Bank KBO League at Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul on July 10 with starter Barria’s good pitching and Lee Won-seok and Lee Do-yoon’s offense and defense.유흥알바

In particular, it was overwhelming for Kim Kang-min and Peraza to score consecutive pushbacks with a calm trail, and it was the highlight that Lee Won-seok’s super catch in the bottom of the third and fifth innings and Lee Do-yoon’s double play in the bottom of the sixth inning.

It was a tight pitching match early in the game.

The two teams were scoreless until the fourth inning due to a great starting match between Hanwha starter Barria and Kiwoom starter Heysus.

It was Hanwha that broke the balance of zero first.

After one out in the top of the fifth inning, Lee Do-yoon’s two-run double broke out with two outs and one-two bases made by consecutive hits by Kim Tae-yeon and Lee Jae-won.

In the top of the seventh inning, Kim Tae-yeon’s double and Choi Jae-hoon’s hit ball led 3-0 with Lee Do-yoon’s RBI timely hit, and later Lee Won-seok’s hit and Kim Kang-min-Peraza’s consecutive push-out walks widened the gap to 5-0.

Even in the top of the eighth inning, Hanwha’s nuclear hit line did not stop, adding two more runs with leadoff hitter Chae Eun-sung’s solo home run and Lee Won-seok’s groundout to shortstop to decide the game 7-0.

Hanwha starter Barria won three games of the season with 6.2 scoreless innings, three strikeouts, two walks and three hits, while Kiwoom starter Heyesus pitched well with two runs, five strikeouts, five hits and one walk in six innings, but lost five games of the season without the help of the batters.

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