Priesthood match for the first time in 6 years! …Manager Kim Tae-hyung’s Lotte Laughs With 5 consecutive wins!

Two masters representing Korean professional baseball, Hanwha manager Kim Kyung-moon and Lotte manager Kim Tae-hyung, had a resourceful battle for the first time in six years since 2018.

Kim Tae-hyung’s Lotte came from behind to win five consecutive games after a great game that made my hands sweaty.밤알바


Hanwha’s Kim Kyung-moon and Lotte’s Kim Tae-hyung, famous for their teacher-student relationship, greeted each other happily before their first showdown in six years.

With a packed crowd at Sajik Stadium in Busan, a tense match took place.

Hanwha was the first to gain momentum.

Kim Tae-yeon’s first two-run timely hit in the second inning instantly scored three points to take the lead.

However, Lotte’s batting lineup, which boasts a hot hit, recently hit back hard.

Following two runs in the third inning, Park Seung-wook and Son Sung-bin successfully turned the tables in the fourth inning with consecutive timely hits.

Lotte Reyes hit a big hit in a two-out bases-loaded opportunity, but Hanwha center fielder Jang Jin-hyuk saved his team from the crisis with a great defense.

Since then, there has been a tight race by one point, but Lotte has taken the lead in the attack in the bottom of the sixth inning.

Reyes hit a crucial two-run double in the first and second base chances.

Closer Kim Won-joong took the mound in the ninth inning to protect the victory, and Kim Tae-hyung’s Lotte won five consecutive games.

[Kim Won-joong/Lotte : “I wish I could have finished the game quickly with three balls, but I’m sad I couldn’t. I think it was good to finish the game comfortably because the catcher (Son) led so well.”]

Samsung’s Park Byung-ho hit a home run in his first showdown of the season with his former team KT.

KT, which was hit hard, continued to be dragged away, but succeeded in turning the tables in its offense in the bottom of the ninth inning.

Hong Hyun-bin hit a walk-off two-run triple against Samsung’s Oh Seung-hwan, leading to a thrilling come-from-behind victory.

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