‘Until the squeeze bunt…’ Coach Lee Seung-yeop “It was an important game that could have extended the losing streak…all the players showed their will to win”

Doosan earns a one-point victory over KIA in the final game of a three-game weekend series.

Doosan earned a 3-2 one-run victory over KIA on Nov. 11 at Jamsil Stadium in Seoul. It averted a sweep from back-to-back losses on Sept. 9 and 10.

Doosan starter Kwak Bin, who had been on the disabled list with a sore back, made his first appearance in 11 days and earned the win with six innings of three-hit ball, striking out two and walking one. It was his fourth win of the season. Lee Young-ha pitched two scoreless innings and Hong Gun-hee pitched a scoreless inning to preserve the win 토토사이트.

Kang Seung-ho went 1-for-4 with a run scored and an RBI. She scored the game-winning run in the fourth inning with a 1-0 lead after a triple and then made a spectacular sliding catch at home on a grounder to shortstop. The play was initially ruled an out, but was overturned on video review.

After the game, Lee Seung-yeop said, “Our starting pitcher Kwak Bin did his job perfectly, pitching until the sixth inning. Lee Young-ha and Hong Gun-hee also pitched well without giving up a hit. In the batting lineup, Kang Seung-ho got a hit with a confident swing and scored a valuable run with a bold base hit.”

“In a crucial game that could have extended our losing streak, all of our players showed their will to win.”

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