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Successful successive pinch hit operations Samsung defeats Hanwha, weekly record 5 wins, 1 loss

Samsung MacKinnon celebrates hitting at the right time to tie the game

Samsung Lions showed an upward trend with a weekly record of 5 wins and 1 loss.

Samsung came from behind to win 5-3 in the 2024 Shinhan SOL Bank KBO League visiting game against the Hanwha Eagles at Hanwha Life Eagles Park in Daejeon on the 21st.

Samsung ended the week on a good note by winning three consecutive games against the Doosan Bears in three games during the week and posting two wins and one loss in Daejeon.

Hanwha scored the first run in the second inning with Jaewon Lee’s timely hit to right with two outs and two outs on first and second bases.

In the 3rd inning, No. 4 batter Noh Si-hwan hit a 2-RBI hit to make it 3-0.

Samsung ignited the chase in the 5th inning with Jae-Hyun Lee’s 2-run home run to the left.

Then, the game was finally turned around thanks to the poor ball control of Hanwha’s second pitcher, Han Seung-hyuk, who gave up three walks in the 7th inning.

With bases loaded and one out, David MacKinnon hit Hanwha’s third pitcher Lee Min-woo with a hit to left-center, tying the score at 3-3.

After pinch hitter Ryu Ji-hyuk’s walk led to a comeback, pinch hitter Kang Min-ho added an RBI single to the infield.

After turning the tables, Samsung defeated Hanwha’s chase by sending in its sure-win pitchers, including Lim Chang-min (7th inning), Kim Jae-yoon (8th inning), and Oh Seung-hwan (9th inning).

Hanwha sold out its 11th game of the season (12,000 people) and sold out 12 consecutive games since the game against the Lotte Giants on October 16 last year, tying the record in this category in the KBO League.

Prior to Hanwha, Samsung sold out 12 consecutive games at Daegu Citizen Stadium from May to June 1995. 토토사이트

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