Overwhelming favorite LG vs 9-game winning streak #3 Doosan… Will the first ever Jamsil Dugout Series come true?

Will the dugout series become a reality?

In 1985, the OB Bears came to Jamsil, and the story of the two families of OB and MBC Cheongryong began. When LG acquired MBC in 1991, they were reborn as the LG Twins, creating the current LG-Doosan partnership.

Curiously, Doosan and LG had never met in the Korean Series before.

Doosan has been to the Korean Series a total of 15 times since the original 1982 OB. They’ve faced the Samsung Lions the most (five) times, the SK Wyverns three times, the NC Dinos twice, and the Lotte Giants, Hyundai Unicorns, KIA Tigers, Kiwoom Heroes, and KT Wiz once each.

LG has also made it to the Korean Series six times, including during his time with MBC Cheongryong. They’ve faced Haetae and Samsung twice, and Pacific and Hyundai once.

Will the two teams that have never met before be able to fight for the top spot this year?

Heading into the second half of the season, LG is in first place with 49 wins, two draws and 30 losses, and a winning percentage of 6.2 percent. Doosan is in third place with 42 wins, 1 draw, 36 losses, and a winning percentage of 5.3 points. The two teams are separated by 6.5 games. In between them is last year’s champion SSG Landers.

LG has been consistently in the hunt for the top spot, and after winning their head-to-head against SSG, they took the top spot and held it for the entire first half. The trio of Casey Kelly-Adam Plutko-Lim Chan-kyu is stable, with closer Go Woo-seok, and a beehive of pitchers in Ham Deok-ju, Jung Woo-young, Park Myung-geun, Yoo Young-chan, and Baek Seung-hyun keeping them in the game. They lead the league in ERA (3.61). The batting lineup, which includes four table-setters in Hong Chang-ki, Moon Sung-joo, Park Hae-min, and Shin Min-jae, is also the best hitting team in the league, with Austin Dean, Kim Hyun-soo, Oh Ji-hwan, and Park Dong-won leading the team in batting average (0.285). They have the longest winning streak at five games, but also the longest losing streak at three games. That’s how stable they are.

Doosan went on a nine-game winning streak at the end of the first half to move up from sixth to third place. The return of foreign pitcher Brandon Waddell solidified the five-man rotation of Kwak-Bin, Raul Alcantara, Won-Jun Choi, and Dong-Joo Kim, and the bullpen of Lee Young-ha, Kim Myung-shin, Park Chi-kook, Jung Chul-won, and Hong Gun-hee was also stable.

The batting lineup was centered around the returning Yang Yang-ji and Yang Suk-hwan, with Kim Jae-hwan, Kim Jae-ho, Heo Kyung-min, and others showing good form, and in the last half of the first inning, Kang Seung-ho and Park Se-hyuk’s compensation player, Park Jun-young, and foreign hitter Jose Rojas, who had been struggling, hit well.

With both teams at the top of the standings, it’s interesting to see if the long-anticipated Korean Series showdown between Doosan and LG could become a reality. There is hope for Doosan as SSG, who had a solid lead, crumbled at the end of the first half.

It’s a rivalry that’s always fought with both power and mental strength, so we don’t know what will happen when they meet in the Korean Series. With the second half of the season still to come, there are still plenty of mountains to climb. Even if the two teams finish first and second, there’s no guarantee that the second-place team will win the playoffs.

But what if the Korean Series between the two teams were to be held in a locker room? It’s clear that all games would be sold out, tickets would be at a premium, and players and groups would be fighting for pride.바카라사이트

We’re also curious to see the matchup between Lee Seung-yup, a former star of the KBO, and Yeom Kyung-yeop, who had a humble start as a player but has become a leader in the KBO. Despite Doosan and LG’s recent run at the top of the standings, the ‘dream matchup’ hasn’t been realized. Will it happen this year?

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