Seven innings of one-run ball against LG
The race for third place is heating up. Fourth-place NC swept first-place LG 14-1 in a baseball game in Changwon on the 25th. They narrowed the gap with third-place SSG to three games.
NC ace pitcher Eric Peddie, 30, pitched seven innings of one-run ball (three hits and seven strikeouts) to lead the team to victory and extend his lead in wins (16-5)토스카지노. He also lowered his ERA from 2.01 to 1.97 to remain atop the standings.
The NC offense pounded out 19 hits, including solo home runs by Jason Martin (4-for-3, 3 RBI) and Joong-Yeol Ahn (4-for-3, 2 RBI), becoming the first of 10 teams this year to “hit for the cycle and score all of their runs.
LG gave up its most runs this season. Starter Choi Won-tae was knocked around for 11 runs (15 hits and two walks) in four innings. The offense was limited to three scattered hits. Austin Dean’s one-run homer (#17) in the seventh inning saved the day.
In Jamsil, fifth-ranked Doosan won its fourth straight game with a 10-1 victory over SSG. Leading 2-0 in the bottom of the fourth inning, Doosan scored five runs on five consecutive hits (three doubles) and an outfield sacrifice fly. Doosan starter Kwak Bin, 24, pitched eight scoreless innings (four hits, three walks, five strikeouts) to reach double-digit wins for the first time since his 2018 debut (10-6). He also pitched the most innings. “I want to be a player who improves every year,” said Kwak Bin, who represented Hangzhou at the Asian Games. SSG starter Kim Kwang-hyun took the loss, allowing seven runs (nine hits and one walk) in four innings.
In Gwangju, sixth-ranked KIA defeated ninth-ranked Hanwha 4-1 to get back to five wins (50-50-2). Choi Hyung-woo hit a two-run shot (No. 15) in the bottom of the seventh inning with the score 2-1. Kia’s Mario Sanchez (7 innings, 1 run, 4-2) was the smiling winner of his start against Hanwha’s Ricardo Sanchez (5 innings, 2 runs).
Second-place KT defeated seventh-place Lotte 3-1 behind six innings of one-run ball from Sajik starter Wes Benjamin (13-5). Lotte has lost five straight. In Daegu, No. 10 Kiwoom beat No. 8 Samsung 7-4 to snap a three-game losing streak.