It seems like the Hanwha Eagles’ ‘getting out of last place’ is becoming a fait accompli. While the team is struggling to consistently increase the number of wins until the end of the season, expectations are also high for this week’s match against the Samsung Lions and Lotte Giants.온라인카지노
As of the 22nd, Hanwha is in 8th place with 52 wins, 6 draws, and 67 losses out of 125 games, with a total of 19 games remaining until the end of the regular season. The winning percentage is .403.7, and the last 10 games recorded ‘5 wins, 5 losses, and 0 draws.’ They are currently 3.5 games behind Lotte, which is in 7th place (58 wins, 0 draws, 66 losses in 124 games).
Although fall baseball is far from 5th place SSG by 9 games, if they show their potential at the end of the season, it is worth aiming for a rise in ranking.
Hanwha broke its four-game losing streak by beating KT 6-2 in the game on the 18th. It was a victory created by Taeyang Lee’s pitching of 5 innings, 3 hits, 2 walks, 3 strikeouts, and 2 runs allowed, plus Williams’ 2-run home run.
They also won 14-8 in the KIA game on the 21st, giving them the thrill of victory. In this day’s game, KIA seemed to be taking the lead with a 3-0 score through the first two innings. However, in the bottom of the second inning, Hanwha added more points thanks to Jeong Eun-won’s 2 RBI and timely hit, catcher’s fastball, and Choi In-ho’s timely hit, making it 5-3. In addition to Chae Eun-seong’s two-run home run in the third inning, he scored two and one run in the fourth and fifth innings, respectively, widening the lead to 10-4. Afterwards, in the 8th inning, Nick Williams hit a 2-RBI double, and Kim In-hwan and Jeong Eun-won added 4 runs, putting a wedge in the game.
This week, Hanwha will play a two-game series against Samsung and Lotte, which are ranked 9th and 7th, respectively.
Their season record against Samsung is 6 wins, 0 draws, and 6 losses, and against Lotte is 4 wins, 0 draws, and 7 losses, so a fierce fight is expected.
Meanwhile, Hanwha Kang Jae-min ended up having to undergo elbow surgery and will be taking a hiatus for at least a year.
Coach Choi Won-ho announced that Kang Jae-min will undergo surgery ahead of the game against the KIA Tigers on the 21st.
Kang Jae-min was recently expunged from the first team due to pain in his right elbow while pitching in the bullpen, and is scheduled to undergo elbow ligament joint surgery on the 25th.
The initial rehabilitation period after surgery is usually more than a year, and it is expected that a decision will be made on whether or not to enlist in active duty.