Kang Min-ho of the Samsung Lions erased Hanwha foreign pitcher Felix Pena’s no-hitter with a home run for two days in a row.
Kang Min-ho started as catcher number 4 in the second game of the week against Hanwha held at Daejeon Hanwha Life Insurance Eagles Park on the 10th.
Kang Min-ho, who was in the third at-bat after one out in the top of the 7th inning, trailing 0-3, hit a 146km fastball in the 3rd pitch of Hanwha starter Pena, who was on a no-hit, no-run march until the 7th inning, and went over the left wall. A cool home run shot with a distance of 120m that awakens the silence of the team. Kang Min-ho, who had hit the 14th wedge cap the day before, recorded his 5th home run of the season with two home runs in a row.먹튀검증
Pena had the best pitching on the day, the 7th sortie of the season.
He had a perfect streak until one out in the fourth inning. After one out in the 4th inning, a walk given to Kang Kang-wool allowed him to go on base for the first time. After two outs in the 6th inning, third baseman Noh Si-hwan sent Pirella out due to an error in throwing, and it was the second on-base. The number of pitches was only 76 pitches until one out in the 7th inning. Pena, who had been fighting 1 walk and no runs, was thwarted from achieving a great record when the fastball that went in to catch the count on 2 balls was caught by the seasoned Kang Min-ho.
There were 14 no-hit and no-runs in Korean professional baseball. Commentator Jeong Min-cheol, who commented on the game that day, is the ninth main character.
The last record was recorded by Samsung Maguire on April 21, 2019 at Daejeon Hanwha. If Pena had achieved it in the same place, the record would have been set in 1480 days.