The Hanwha Eagles finished first in a professional baseball demonstration game in two years and raised expectations for this season.
On the 28th, in an away game against the Samsung Lions held at Samsung Lions Park in Daegu, Hanwha scored a lot in the beginning of the game and won 14-3.먹튀검증
In this year’s demonstration game, which each team organized 14 games, Hanwha won 9 wins, 1 draw and 3 losses, excluding one game that could not be played due to rain, overtaking Samsung to rise to the top spot.
In particular, after winning 4 consecutive victories at the end, I finished the final inspection in a good mood.
Hanwha went through a dark period, staying at the bottom for three years from 2020 and becoming the first KBO League club to lose double-digits for three consecutive years during this period.
However, this year, the last year of coach Carlos Subero’s contract, it is poised to herald a blast in the early stages of the regular league with changes such as the growth of second-year Moon Dong-ju and the addition of newcomer Kim Seo-hyun.
Hanwha defeated Won Tae-in and Yang Chang-seop, who were expected to be Samsung’s 3rd and 5th starting pitchers this year.
In the first inning leading 1-0, Noh Si-hwan, the 5th hitter from 1st and 3rd base with one out, hit a three-point home run in Jwaweol, which was the start of the great victory.
Roh Si-hwan tied for first place with Lee Seong-gyu of Samsung with his fifth home run in the demonstration game.
In the third inning with a 4-1 lead, Hanwha added 4 points by tying up 2 walks and 4 hits, and ran away to 8-1, consolidating its winning streak.
Won Tae-in gave up 3 walks in 3 innings, was hit 9, and allowed 8 runs before giving up.
Hanwha also hit Samsung’s second pitcher Yang Chang-seop, who came up 4 times.
In the 1st and 2nd bases, Kim In-hwan hit a sweeping double for Woo Sang-sang, who ran away 10-2, and then stepped home when Samsung second baseman Kim Ji-chan made a catch error.
Yang Chang-seop also allowed 5 runs (3 earned runs) with 6 hits in 4 innings.
In Hanwha, Roh Si-hwan and Kim In-hwan harvested 3 RBIs each side by side, boasting a good sense of hitting.
Kim Seo-hyun, a rookie pitcher with a fastball, who came up as Hanwha’s second pitcher, struggled with 1 walk, 2 hit balls, and 1 wild throw in one inning and allowed 1 run (without an earned run).
Samsung, which was newly coached by Park Jin-man, also finished second in the demonstration game with a good record of 10 wins and 4 losses.
The Lotte Giants defeated the KIA Tigers 7-6 in the home of Busan.
At the end of the 9th inning, where the score was 5-6, Ko Seung-min hit KIA finisher Jung Hae-young with a two-run home run to end the game.
Lim Ki-young, a candidate for the 5th KIA starter and a long-man candidate, took the mound as a starter that day and allowed 4 runs (3 earned runs) with 7 hits in 3 innings.
Lotte had 4 wins, 1 draw and 8 losses, and KIA had 5 wins, 2 draws and 6 losses.
At Suwon KT Wiz Park, NC Dinos defeated kt wiz 3-2.
Left-hander Jeong Gu-beom, who trained at spring camp for the first time in four years of his debut and plans to add great strength to the NC mound this year, finished the mission with no runs even after allowing three hits and three walks in 3⅔ innings.
NC finisher Lee Yong-chan struck out the 1st and 2nd base crisis safely at the end of the 9th inning, stopped the third base from being stolen, passed it with an infield grounder, and made a save.
NC finished the demonstration game with 4 wi