‘160km/h’ Moon Dong-ju, 6 innings, 1 run in a visa book, a faded hot pitch… Hanwha, alone, fell to the bottom

 The Hanwha Eagles suffered a come-from-behind defeat in the good fight of Mun Dong-ju (20) and fell to the bottom alone.먹튀검증

Hanwha lost 3-6 in the 2023 Shinhan Bank SOL KBO League Doosan Bears match held at Jamsil Stadium in Seoul on the 7th. As KT Wiz, who had been tied for ninth place until the previous day, won 3-2 against the Lotte Giants, Hanwha, who recently recorded two consecutive losses, was pushed to the bottom alone. Hanwha, which succeeded in getting out of last place on May 7, kept the ninth place for a month, but eventually came to see the bitter taste of last place again.

The atmosphere in the beginning was led by Hanwha. After Kim In-hwan scored a hit in the top of the second inning, Doosan second baseman Lee Yu-chan took advantage of an error and advanced to second base. Choi Jae-hoon and Jang Jin-hyeok then hit doubles in a row, giving Hanwha a 2-0 lead.

Hanwha starter Moon Dong-ju tied the Doosan lineup with 0 points until the 4th inning. The first run at the end of the 5th inning was also when Jeong Su-bin hit to the left with one out and first base, while left fielder Jang Jin-hyeok committed an error in throwing, first base runner Yoo-chan Lee stepped home. Moon Dong-joo showed off a perfect pitch with 7 hits and 1 run in 6 innings (no loss) and 5 strikeouts, and went down the mound with a 2-1 lead.

At the beginning of the 7th inning, Hanwha line-up added 1 point and the score increased to 3-1, but Hanwha’s bullpen could not protect Moon Dong-ju’s victory. Kim Seo-hyun, who took the mound as the second pitcher, got off to a good start by treating the first batter, Rohas, as a floating ball, but was shaken by giving a hit ball to Park Gye-beom and a walk to Lee Yu-chan. Kim Seo-hyun threw 8 pitches in ⅓ innings, but the strike was only 1 pitch, so the zero point was not caught.

Kim Bum-soo, who took the mound as the third pitcher, struck out Sue-bin, putting out the fire. However, he gave up a walk to Kim Dae-han, causing a bases loaded crisis, and eventually allowed Yang Eui-ui to turn around with 2 RBIs. The burning Doosan lineup even destroyed Kang Jae-min, who took over the baton. Kang Jae-min allowed Yang Seok-hwan to hit 2 RBIs in a timely manner in the situation of 2nd, 2nd and 3rd bases created by Yang Eui-ji’s theft, and the score widened to 3-5.

Hanwha tried to catch up with Jung Woo-ram in the 8th inning, but instead gave up one more point and ended up losing 3-6. Doosan, whose starting rotation was punctured, put forward Jang Won-joon and Park Shin-ji as temporary starters, so Hanwha’s second consecutive loss was even more shocking.

The hope found in defeat is the resurrection of Noh Si-hwan and Moon Dong-ju. Roh Si-hwan swung a bat with 4 hits on the 6th and 3 hits on the 7th. Noh Si-hwan, who has been on a hit streak for 8 consecutive games since the match against Kiwoom Heroes on May 30, boasts a hot hitting feeling with a batting average of 0.459 (17 hits in 37 at-bats) in the last 10 games. His batting average for the season, which had once dropped to 0.277, was raised to 0.317.

Moon Dong-ju also successfully revived after a slump in May. Moon Dong-joo, who suffered the humiliation of an early rout in 3 consecutive games starting with the SSG Landers match on May 13 (7 runs in 2⅓ innings), recorded 1 run in 6 innings following a no-run in 7 innings against Kiwoom on the 1st, and 1 run in 2 games in June. The streak of consecutive innings continued.

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