He hit a triple well, and even a fatal error…Tigers genius boy also left a tee in the fourth base game

KIA Tigers’ ‘genius boy’ infielder Kim Do-young also left a tee in the fourth base game. He hit a decisive triple early in the game, but he was tagged out while celebrating at the third base. In the end, KIA, which failed to score additional points, suffered a come-from-behind defeat.고소득알바

KIA lost against Munhak SSG Landers 6-7 on June 11. KIA maintained its second place in the league by recording 37 wins, 1 draw and 27 losses in this season.

On the day, Kim was out after hitting a fly ball to right field in his first at bat in the top of the first inning. In the top of the second inning, Kia Tigers had a chance to hit Socrates and Kim Sun-bin with one out and runners on the first and second bases, and Choi Won-joon’s timely hit, the opponent’s balk, and Park Chan-ho’s additional timely hit made the team run to 3-0.

With one out and a runner on the first base, Kim made a delightful hit to the right-center field, aiming for Anderson’s first pitch of 154 km/h. While first baseman Park Chan-ho stepped home, Kim Do-young also sprinted to the third base faster than the opponent’s outfielder threw.

However, a twist happened. The opposing third baseman kept his glove on his body while Kim Do-young was doing a ceremony on the third base. Kim was caught taking his foot off the base for a while during the ceremony. Choi Jeong demanded a video review, which resulted in a safe-to-out decision. Kim’s batting was also corrected to a double, not a triple. In the end, KIA finished the inning without scoring an additional point in the face of a disappointing ‘ceremony dead.’

Coincidentally, Kia’s momentum has somewhat declined since then. KIA continued its unstable lead as it failed to score a single point at the top of the third inning with no outs and a full base opportunity. Kia, which gave up the chase score step by step, allowed a 4-4 tie in the end.

KIA took the lead again with Choi Hyung-woo’s come-from-behind solo home run in the top of the seventh inning, but its defeat grew stronger after being hit by a timely two-run triple by Park Ji-hwan in the bottom of the eighth inning. After Lee Woo-sung’s dramatic timely hit came out in the top of the ninth inning, KIA escaped from the brink of a walk-off loss in the bottom of the ninth inning, leading the game to extra time.

However, KIA enjoyed a vain defeat as it received a finishing hit in the bottom of the 10th inning. In the process, Kim Do-young’s regrettable throwing error came out. Kim delivered an infield single by the leadoff batter Oh Tae-gon to first base, allowing an extra base to be reached. Afterwards, KIA blocked a sacrifice bunt attempt well, but Park Ji-hwan’s finishing hit ultimately missed the chance to retake the first place.

Kim had one hit, three walks, one RBI, one run scored, and one strikeout in three at-bats for the fourth base game. However, the disappointing scene in the second inning of the offense has to be on my mind. If he had run away with one more point, the flow of the game could have been different. Kim also made a mistake by throwing a deadly bad pitch in defense in the bottom of the 10th inning, which served as an excuse for a walk-off run. It was an unfortunate day for Kim, which did not go well in many ways.

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