Lee Won-seok’s defense fee No. 2 is ‘storm run → delete hit’…Both the manager and the pitcher praised it

The Hanwha Eagles beat the Kiwoom Heroes to keep the ninth place. The cool victory of 11 hits and seven points, and the part that head coach Kim Kyung-moon paid attention to was rather defense.

Hanwha, led by head coach Kim Kyung-moon, won 7-0 in an away game against Kiwoom in the 2024 Shinhan SOL Bank KBO League at Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul on the 10th. Hanwha, which suffered a 3-5 upset loss the previous day, marked 37 wins, 2 draws and 45 losses for the season with the victory, and again widened the gap between the 10th-ranked Kiwoom, which had 36 wins and 47 losses, to 1.5 games, preventing the lowest fall.노래방알바

Starter Jaime Barria won three games of the season with three hits, two outs and three strikeouts in six ⅔ innings with just 80 pitches, followed by Lee Min-woo in the ⅓, and Kim Kyu-yeon and Cho Dong-wook each finished the game with one scoreless inning.

In the batting lineup, No. 9 hitter Lee Do-yoon stood out with two hits, three RBIs and one run, Lee Won-seok had two hits and one RBI, Chae Eun-sung had solo home runs, and Kim Kang-min and Peraza also had one RBI, helping the team win. An Chi-hong and Kim Tae-yeon made multi-hitters, and Jang Jin-hyuk, who was substituted, also scored one hit and two runs.

Hanwha Lee Won-seok catches Kiwoom Lee Joo-hyung’s ball in the bottom of the third inning with one out and one base in the “2024 Shinhan SOL Bank KBO League” match between Hanwha Eagles and Kiwoom Heroes at Gocheok Sky Dome in Guro-gu, Seoul on the afternoon of the 10th. Gocheok, reporter Kim Han-joon

Hanwha Lee Won-seok catches Kiwoom Dawson’s ball in the bottom of the fifth inning with two outs and runners on first base in the “2024 Shinhan SOL Bank KBO League” match between Hanwha Eagles and Kiwoom Heroes at Gocheok Sky Dome in Guro-gu, Seoul on the afternoon of the 10th. Gocheok, reporter Kim Han-joon

“I am very happy that I won, and it is a good start to the second half of the year, so I am satisfied with the game,” starting pitcher Barria said after the game. “I talked a lot with the catcher before the game. He threw fastballs aggressively and threw changeups appropriately, which was quite impressive,” adding, “Lee’s defense was memorable. Thank you to all the fielders.”

Manager Kim Kyung-moon also pointed out Lee’s defense. “Barria did a great job as a starting pitcher,” Kim said. “Fielders including Lee’s good defense showed concentration and did not hand over the lead of the game.”

In the bottom of the third inning, when the two teams were tying 0-0, Lee consistently chased down a hit that was vaguely directed toward the left foul line behind the third base and caught it with sliding catches. With two outs and runners on the first base, with Hanwha leading 2-0, he effectively threw out Ronnie Dawson’s hit that was in front of the left-center warring track by raising his hand wide to eliminate the hit with a jump catch. Barria also raised his arms and applauded to express gratitude to Lee’s stellar defense.

Hanwha led 3-0 the previous day, but lost the game due to a decisive defensive error. Although there was an error on the day, Lee Won-seok’s defense and two double plays were combined to complete the team’s shutout.

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