Doosan Bears infielder Kang Seung-ho (29)온라인카지노 led the team to victory with his hot hitting at the most important point in the competition for the rankings. He also became the main character of the 30th issue of ‘Hit for the Cycle’. He also showed a record of hitting home runs, triples, doubles, and singles in reverse order.
Kang Seung-ho started as the 6th hitter and 1st baseman in the away game against the KIA Tigers held at Kia Champions Field in Gwangju on the 15th, recording 4 hits, 3 runs, and 3 RBIs in 4 at-bats, leading Doosan to an 8-6 victory.
Kang Seung-ho hit a comeback solo home run at the plate in the top of the third inning with the score tied 1-1. After starting pitcher Brandon Waddell hit a grand slam to Lee Woo-sung in the bottom of the 4th inning and allowed the score to go back to 2-5, the team attacked in the top of the 5th inning, leaving 2 runners on base and hitting opposing pitcher Kim Jae-yeol’s four-seam fastball (fastball) in the center, scoring 2 RBIs. He hit a double and set the stage for the chase. He added a double to left at the plate in the 7th inning, and in the top of the 9th inning, when the score was tied at 6-6, with one out and one on first base, he hit KIA closing pitcher Jeong Hae-young’s foot and produced a batted ball that deflected to the right, then stepped on first base first to complete a cycling hit. did.
This is the 30th record in KBO League history that came about two years after Kiwoom Heroes outfielder Jeong-hoo Lee achieved it on October 25, 2021. This is the 6th in history for the Bears team.
In the top of the 9th inning, Doosan won after taking the lead to 8-6 with Heo Gyeong-min getting a walk and the bases loaded, Kim In-tae getting a walk, and Park Joon-young hitting a push-out walk against replaced pitcher Jang Hyun-sik.
What made Kang Seung-ho’s achievement of the record on this day even more meaningful was that his team Doosan, ranked 6th, played a big role in winning the game, eliminating the lead against 5th place KIA. In particular, in the bottom of the 4th inning, Lee Woo-sung hit a grand slam and gave the team a 3-run lead, and in a situation where the atmosphere was dampened, he led the chase with a long hit, and in the 9th inning, which was the game, he laid the foundation for a comeback with calm hitting.
In fact, Kang Seung-ho made a big mistake in the bottom of the 5th inning. The situation was like this. With no outs on first base, pitcher Brandon allowed a hit to the left from Na Seong-beom, but Doosan left fielder Kim Jae-hwan flew out to catch it and quickly threw the ball toward Cutman. KIA runner Lee Chang-jin quickly returned to first base. In the process, shortstop Kim Jae-ho threw a check to first base, but Kang Seung-ho did not receive the ball properly and ended up in foul territory. The ball even went into the dugout and first base runner Lee Chang-jin advanced to third base, and Brandon gave up an additional run after hitting a double to right-center field by Kim Sun-bin.
Although Kang Seung-ho himself hit a timely hit in the top of the 5th inning to chase down 2 RBIs, he failed to show concentration in the defense that immediately followed the difficult tie. It was a defense that could have led to defeat.
In this situation, Kang Seung-ho made up for it by hitting hits in the next two at-bats. Doosan recorded 62 wins, 1 draw, and 57 losses this season, maintaining 6th place, only 1 league behind KIA in winning percentage.