‘Novice manager’ Lee Seung-yeop’s Doosan 10-game winning streak… Sweep Park Joon-young launches ‘Heart’

Doosan, led by ‘novice coach’ Lee Seung-yeop, won the first game of the second half and ran a 10-game winning streak, the most ever for a team. Doosan’s winning streak had Park Joon-young, the ‘lucky man’ who wore the Doosan uniform this year.

Doosan won 5-2 in an away game against KIA held at the Kia Champions Field in Gwangju on the 21st, thanks to starter Alcantara’s strong pitching and Park Joon-hyeong’s performance with 3 RBIs and 3 bases.

Doosan, which won all 10 games played this month, recorded 10 consecutive wins for the third time following 2000 under former manager Kim In-shik and 2018 under former manager Kim Tae-hyung.

Coach Lee, who took the leadership of Doosan for the first time this year, became the 4th newcomer to achieve 10 consecutive wins in the first year of taking office. Prior to that, the people who won 10 consecutive victories in their first year of coaching were Chun Bo-seong, former LG (1997), Lee Hee-soo, former Hanwha coach (1999), and Lee Gwang-eun, former LG coach (2000).

In terms of foreign coaches, former Lotte coach Jerry Royster won 11 consecutive wins in 2008, his first year in office. If Doosan wins the game against KIA on the 22nd, coach Lee will stand shoulder to shoulder with coach Royster.

After one shot in the top of the 5th inning with Doosan trailing 0-1, Jose Rojas hit a superior home run from KIA starter Sanchez to tie the game. In the 6th episode, Heo Kyung-min drew a solo arch with a reverse left after 2 deaths.

The player who put the wedge in the game was Park Jun-young, who wore a Doosan uniform as a compensation player for catcher Park Se-hyuk, who transferred to NC as a free agent (FA) after last season. Park Joon-young, who played as the ninth batter shortstop, scored a sweeping triple through the middle of the right after a tenacious game against KIA relief pitcher Choi Ji-min with 2 outs and bases loaded at the beginning of the 7th inning when he was leading 2-1.

Park Joon-young held a ceremony to draw a heart with his hand at the third base base, and manager Lee, who caught the victory, expressed joy by clenching his fists. Park Joon-young, who joined the first team from the Kiwoom match on the 7th of this month, has been playing an active role with a batting average of 0.467 (7 hits in 12 at-bats) and 8 RBIs in 5 games.

Doosan starter Raul Alcantara rose to the heights of 10 wins (3 losses) in the season with powerful pitching, allowing 1 run in 6 innings. Doosan, with 43 wins, 1 draw and 36 losses, firmly maintained its 3rd place.

2nd place SSG defeated the leader LG Twins 6-4 at Jamsil Stadium and reduced the ride by 1.5 games. In the beginning of the 5th inning when the score was tied 2-2, SSG took a one-run lead with Choi Jeong’s double to left-center, and then Choi Joo-hwan’s superior two-run homer made it 5-2. In the beginning of the 7th inning, which was chased by 5-4, Choi Jung again increased the score with a timely hit from the right field. Finisher Seo Jin-yong, who took the mound at the bottom of the ninth inning, allowed one scoreless inning and earned his 26th save.

KT beat Samsung 7-2 in the Daegu expedition and rose to 6th place. The lowest ranked Samsung was the first to lose 50 (31 wins). Foreign pitcher Buchanan, who was scheduled to start, could not pitch due to sudden knee pain. Instead, Jang Pil-joon, who started as a starter, could not survive the second inning and went down the mound. KT starter Cuevas caught 10 strikeouts, blocked 8 innings with 1 run, and harvested the 3rd win.

4th place NC tied up ace Eric Peddy’s counterattack and destructive long hits in the Daejeon expedition, defeating the Hanwha Eagles 9-3 and stepping on the 40th win of the season.바카라사이트

Lotte beat Kiwoom 2-0 in their home game in Busan. Kiwoom, who suffered 8 consecutive losses, was driven to the disgraceful record of the team’s most consecutive losses (9 consecutive losses) recorded in 2009. Kiwoom ace Ahn Woo-jin threw relatively well with 2 runs in 6 innings, but at the end of the 3rd inning Jeon Jun-woo allowed a 2-run home run and became the losing pitcher.

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