‘8 innings, 1 run, Buchanan, ⅔ innings, 1 run, Seung-Hwan Oh’

On the 8th, LG won the Samsung Lions 2-1 with a walk-off double by Austin, a new outsider who came on as a pinch hitter in the second game of the opening game at Jamsil Home, securing a home opening game winning series and running for three consecutive victories. 5 wins (2 losses). Conversely, Samsung lost 4 times (2 wins).

In the bottom of the 9th inning, when the score was 1-1, LG placed Kim Min-seong at first base, who walked out, and Austin, who took a pinch hit, scored a double from right fielder Oh Seung-hwan, a finisher that Samsung boasts, and won the game dramatically.

After Ace David Buchanan gave up 1 run on 메이저사이트a sacrifice fly to right fielder by LG Kim Min-sung in the 1st inning with 1 out and bases loaded, Samsung showed great strength by handling 19 batters in a row in 6⅓ innings until the end of the 7th inning, blocking 3 hits, 1 walk and 1 run in 8 innings. The sluggishness in the opening game was shaken off at once.

Although LG was suppressed by Buchanan’s strong pitching, starter Kim Yun-shik gave up 2 hits, 2 walks, 4 strikeouts in 5 innings, and the bullpen team, including Kim Jin-seong, Ham Deok-joo, and Jung Woo-young, kept one point.

However, it was not that LG was not without a crisis. In the 7th inning crisis with 2 outs, 1st and 2nd base, Jung Woo-young took the mound and perfectly blocked 1⅓ innings until the 8th inning.

Jung Woo-young, the second hold of the season, achieved 100 holds in 261 games and at the age of 23 years, 7 months and 20 days. He also set a record of breaking the 100 hold record in 12 years.

After a long silence, Samsung started scoring in the 9th inning, the final attack.

Lee Won-seok and Kang Min-ho’s consecutive hits made 1st and 2nd base runner Kang Han-wool’s 3rd baseman ground ball, and Lee Won-seok, the runner at 2nd base, was out at 3rd base, but later, Oh Jae-il’s walk made Kang Min-ho a shallow left fielder’s fly by Kim Seong-yoon in a 1st base full base. ran home to tie the game 1-1.

After conceding one run in the first inning, he managed to tie the game with one run in the ninth inning after a tedious march of zero.

Of course, Seung-Hwan Oh, the closer to Samsung, started in the ninth inning.

Oh Seung-hwan caught Moon Bo-gyeong with a fly in center field, but sent Kim Min-seong out for a walk. Coach Yeom Gyeong-yeop selected Austin, an outside hitter who had been excluded from the start because of poor physical condition, as a substitute for Song Chan-eui.

Austin adorned Seung-hwan Oh’s 144km fastball on the third pitch with a finishing double that flowed straight down the right field line, and excited the home fans.

Samsung suffered three consecutive losses as Oh Seung-hwan, who prides himself on being the best finisher in the KBO, faced 4 batters and gave up a run in a game where ace Buchanan had withstood 8 innings with 1 run.

Oh Seung-hwan posted his second save of the season, but his ERA reached 6.00 with 2 runs, including a home run to Roh Si-hwan against Hanwha on April 4.

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