‘Hanwha Eagles’ fantasy like a movie… Now, the mid-level game is ‘the eye of the typhoon’

 Noh Si-hwan, 3 hits, 4 RBIs, 2 runs scored in 5 at-bats including a home run.

Sanchez pitched 5 hits and 1 run in 6 innings, his 5th win in a 9-game undefeated season.

Lee Jin-young went 6 at bats with 4 hits, 1 RBI and 2 runs scored. Choi Jae-hoon went 4 at-bats with 3 hits and 2 RBIs.메이저놀이터 추천

The Hanwha Eagles of professional baseball are writing a drama-like fantasy.

Hanwha, who stayed at the bottom (10th place) for three consecutive seasons in 2020, 2021, and 2022, and stayed at the bottom until June 21 this year, has now emerged as a dark horse that will bring about changes in the’mid-level game’.

‘Young Giants’ Noh Si-hwan and ‘reliable foreign pitcher’ Ricardo Sanchez, the two-winged Hanwha Eagles soared, winning 8 consecutive victories in 18 years.

Hanwha defeated the Samsung Lions 10-4 in the 2023 Shinhan Bank SOL KBO League visiting game held at Samsung Lions Park in Daegu on the 1st.

The winning streak that started with Daejeon KIA Tigers on June 21 has increased to 8 games.

It has been 18 years since Hanwha won 9 consecutive wins against Doosan Bears on June 4, 2005 and KIA on the 14th.먹튀검증

Hanwha’s club record for most consecutive wins was 14, which was achieved in 1992 when the team was using the club name ‘Binggrae’. After changing the club name to Hanwha, in 1999, when he won the ‘Korean Series championship’, he ran for 10 consecutive wins.

On this day, 7th place kt wiz also won and stayed in 8th place, but Hanwha maintained a 2 game gap with 5th place Kiwoom Heroes, 4.5 games over 3rd place NC Dinos, and narrowed the gap with 4th place Lotte Giants to 4 games.

On this day, Hanwha played its 72nd game, the half of this season, and won its 31st (37 losses, 4 draws). This is 7 more wins than last year’s 24 wins (47 losses, 1 draw) in 72 matches.

The protagonists of the victory on this day were Noh Si-hwan, whom Hanwha trained with a long-term plan, and Sanchez, who had been on the mound since May.

Noh Si-hwan played an active part with 3 hits and 4 RBIs in 5 at-bats, including a home run in consecutive hits.

Sanchez won his 5th win of the season with 5 hits and 1 run in 6 innings. Sanchez pitched in nine games and didn’t lose a single one.

Hanwha, who gave Samsung a first run at the end of the first inning, tied the score with Roh Si-hwan’s bat in the top of the fourth.

Roh Si-hwan, who started as the third baseman and batted third, appeared as the leading batter in the fourth inning, trailing 0-1, and drew a solo arch that tied Samsung Ace David Buchanan’s two-seam fastball and crossed the left wall.

After two outs, Moon Hyun-bin’s heavy hit and Jung Eun-won’s walk created opportunities for first and second base, and Choi Jae-hoon’s right-handed hit succeeded in a 2-1 turnaround.

The additional point was also created by Noh Si-hwan.

In the 5th inning, Noh Si-hwan pushed Buchanan’s curve on 1st and 2nd base, and scored a superior 3-pointer.

Roh Si-hwan hit home runs (4) in the last 3 consecutive games, chasing Choi Jeong (19 home runs, SSG Landers), who ranked first in this category with 17 home runs this season, by two cars.

On this day, Hanwha hit a whopping 16 hits, and set a record for all hits for the club’s first start this season.

While Hanwha was taking off, Samsung, which fell sharply and fell to the bottom, fell into a quagmire of four consecutive losses.

■ Kwak Bin, 6 innings, 2 hits, no runs, Jeong Cheol-won, KK… Doosan beats Lotte

In Ulsan, the Doosan Bears beat Lotte 2-1, avenging their 0-1 overtime loss the previous day.

Gwak Bin and Jeong Cheol-won, born in 1999, each earned a start and a save.

After two outs in the first inning, Doosan got on base with a left-handed hit by Yang Seok-hwan, and fourth batter Yang Eui-ji hit a timely double that flew to the front of the right wall to get the first run.

In the ninth inning, Kang Seung-ho scored an extra point with a left-handed solo shot.

After one out in the bottom of the ninth, Lotte counterattacked with three hits in a row against Doosan finisher Hong Kun-hee.

When Doosan coach Lee Seung-yeop was chased 2-1 and was driven to 1st and 2nd base in the ninth inning with one out, Hong Kun-hee was removed from the mound and Jeong Cheol-won was put in.

Jeong Cheol-won struck out Min-seok Kim and Seung-min Ko in a row to finish the game and earn his first individual save this season.

Kwak Bin won the last 4 games in a row with 2 hits and 2 scoreless runs in 6 innings, and won 7 wins (2 losses).

■ KIA, 5 points in 4 times against LG Ace Plutco… Coach Kim Jong-

guk, 9th place with 100 wins, beat the 1st place LG Twins 5-3 in front of 23,750,000 spectators who visited Jamsil Stadium despite the scorching heat.

It was even more meaningful as it was a victory by attacking LG starter Adam Plutko, who had been on a 10-win undefeated streak before the game.

In the top of the 4th inning, trailing by 0-2, KIA scored 5 runs by hitting 6 consecutive hits by Socrates Brito, Hwang Dae-in, Ryu Ji-hyeok, pinch hitter Ko Jong-wook, Park Chan-ho and Choi Won-joon after Choi Hyeong-woo got on base with a hit ball after one run.

Plutko collapsed with 8 hits and 5 runs in 4 innings and suffered his first loss this season. It was also the first time that Plutko went down the mound without completing the fifth inning.

KIA Kim Geon-guk, who started in the first team game after 3 years and 8 months after the resignation kt match on October 7, 2019, when he was a member of Lotte, also threw only 2⅔ innings (2 hits and 2 runs), but after that, KIA pitched the LG batting line with the backfire of the bullpen. blocked

KIA won 30 wins (37 losses, 1 draw) this season, and second-year coach Kim Jong-guk reached 100 wins (54th).

■ kt beat NC with Park Byeong-ho’s finishing hit in the bottom of the 9th inning

kt defeated the NC Dinos 7-6 with Park Byeong-ho’s finishing hit in the bottom of the 9th inning in a home game in Suwon.

KT, who was trailing 3-6, made a tie at 6-6 at the end of the 6th inning with Sang-Cheol Moon’s superiority and 3 runs from 2nd, 1st and 3rd base.

In the last attack of the regular inning in the bottom of the 9th inning, he made an ending score.

After one out, Ahn Chi-young went on base with a right-handed hit, and Anthony Alford’s hit in front of the pitcher who missed it led to opportunities for first and second base.

Park Byeong-ho attacked NC finisher Lee Yong-chan’s first pitch forkball and hit the left at the right time, ending the bloody battle. It was Park Byung-ho’s 7th walk-off hit in his personal career.

■ Kiwoom McKinney, 6 innings, 3 hits, scoreless reverse pitch, KBO League’s first win

Ian McKinney, wearing the Kiwoom Heroes uniform as a substitute for Eric Yokishi, won his first KBO league victory with a reverse pitch, 3 hits, scoreless run in 6 innings against the Gocheok SSG Landers.

Kiwoom won 6-3 thanks to McKinney’s reverse fight.

McKinney, who became a losing pitcher with 5 hits and 2 runs in 4 innings in his KBO league debut against the Doosan Bears on the 25th of last month, played a ‘no-run game’ in his second appearance and even won the starter.

There was only one crisis for McKinney.

In the top of the 4th inning, McKinney was hit by a double from the left fielder by Choi Jeong, the lead batter. Guillermo Heredia handled it as a shortstop ground ball, but Park Seong-han gave a hit in the infield in front of the shortstop and was driven to 1st, 1st and 3rd base.

As Kang Jin-sung’s well-hit ball went straight to the second baseman, McKinney finished the inning without conceding a run by cooking Choi Ji-hoon with a shortstop ground ball.

Kiwoom is still behind SSG with 2 wins and 9 losses this season, but with the appearance of McKinney, it escaped the SSG nightmare.

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