Rookie Yuk Cheong-myung’s first victory in his debut was 400 wins in Steel Magic…KT wins 3 consecutive games, takes down Hanwha and jumps to 8th place

The KT Wiz in the professional baseball league has won three consecutive games, rising to eighth place. Yuk Cheong-myung, a high school graduate, led manager Lee Kang-chul to 400 wins and even earned his first win since his debut.안전놀이터

KT won the game against the Kiwoom Heroes 6-2 at the “2024 Shinhan SOL Bank KBO League” regular season held at KT Wiz Park in Suwon on the 4th. With this result, KT has won three consecutive games, recording 15 wins, 21 losses and one draw (.417), and moved to eighth place by lowering the Hanwha Eagles to ninth place, which suffered a crushing defeat by KIA on the day.

Following three consecutive KIA games during weekdays, the team secured a winning series again this time. With one out in the bottom of the first inning, KT had a chance to hit Kang’s right-handed hit, and Jang Seong-woo’s timely double to the right-center field scored the first point.

Kiwoom struck back immediately in the top of the second inning. Leadoff hitter Song Sung-moon had a chance to hit third base with no outs with a triple over the center field, and Bae Sang-kwon’s sacrifice fly to left field made the score tied 1-1.

At the end of the second inning, KT had a chance to load the bases with no outs with consecutive hits by Hwang Jae-gyun and Cho Yong-ho and a walk by Kim Gun-hyung, and the third baseman homered to take a 2-1 lead when Shin Bon-ki hit a shortstop double play.

At the end of the third inning, Kang Baek-ho’s solo shot to the right-center broke out, and at the end of the fourth inning, Kim Gun-hyung’s timely double broke out in the opportunity made by Cho Yong-ho’s right-handed hit, widening the gap to 4-1.

In the bottom of the fifth inning, Park Byung-ho’s timely hit made him run to 5-1 at the chance he took by Rojas’ double.

Kiwoom recovered one point with an infield grounder by Bae Sang-kwon with one out and a third base in the top of the sixth inning, but that was all. KT sealed the game with Kim Min-hyuk’s timely hit in the bottom of the eighth inning.

Yuk, who started as a starter, recorded his first win in five games and his fourth start with four hits, one walk, one strikeout and one run while throwing 67 pitches during five innings. Yuk, who was a native of Gangneung High School and joined the team with the 17th pick in the second round of the rookie draft this year, won the title with emotion.

In addition, head coach Lee Kang-chul, who has been at the helm of KT Wiz since 2019, achieved his 16th career 400 wins.

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