‘Resurrection fight’ in front of a crowd of 10,000 resignation… SSG Kim Gwang-hyun 11 consecutive wins against Lotte, 7 consecutive wins at Sajik Stadium

Lefty Kim Gwang-hyeon (35, SSG), who represents the KBO league, shot a flare of revival in front of a full crowd of resigners.

Kim Gwang-hyun started against Lotte at Sajik Stadium in Busan on the 20th and led SSG to a 5-0 victory with 6 scoreless innings. Season 3 win.

This season, Kim Gwang-hyun started in 7 games and recorded 2 wins (1 loss) with an average ERA of 4.08, showing that he could not find his condition on the mound. Kim Gwang-hyeon, who participated in the World Baseball Classic (WBC) before the season, was absent from the starting lineup for a while due to a shoulder injury.

On this day, Kwang-Hyun Kim showed off the perfect pitch to announce the return of the ace at Sajik Stadium filled with Lotte home fans. Kim Gwang-hyun, who threw a total of 88 pitches, did not face a single special crisis until he came down the mound. A fastball with a maximum speed of 146 km/h and a well-controlled slider and other breaking balls were stuck in the catcher’s mitt. On this day, only one hit was given to the Lotte batting line.

Kim Gwang-hyeon made 9 strikeouts without a pitch. This is the most strikeouts this season. Kim Gwang-hyun also played a scoreless game for the first time this season. His ERA was lowered to 3.48.

The SSG lineup took the lead from the beginning of the game and reduced the burden on Kim Gwang-hyun. SSG catcher Kim Min-sik gave the team a head start by connecting Lotte starter Dan Straley’s 6th fastball with a double at the right time in the 1st and 2nd base made by Lee Jung-beom, who advanced to the 2nd base with a ground ball from the 3rd baseman and a witty run. From the 4th episode, Kim Seong-hyun’s bat spewed fire. Kim Seong-hyun hit a timely hit with 1 RBI in the 4th inning with 1 out and bases loaded, and 2 RBIs in the left field in the 5th inning with 2 outs and bases loaded.먹튀검증

Following Kim Gwang-hyeon, Pil Seung-jo, Roh Kyung-eun, Go Hyo-jun, and Moon Seung-won kept the team’s victory with no runs. SSG took revenge for the 5-7 loss to Lotte the previous day.

On the other hand, Lotte failed to break the jinx of becoming smaller when standing in front of its natural enemy Kim Gwang-hyun again.

Prior to the game on this day, Kim Gwang-hyun had 10 consecutive wins against Lotte since May 27, 2015, when he was a member of SK, and six consecutive wins at Sajik Stadium from April 7, 2016. With this victory, Kim Gwang-hyun continued his record of 11 consecutive wins against Lotte and 7 consecutive wins at Sajik Stadium.

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