‘Song Chan’s Home Run Explosion & 5 Big Innings’ Geelong Korea ends losing streak against Auckland
Geelong Korea, led by coach Lee Byeong-gyu, succeeded in escaping from a losing streak.
Geelong Korea won 9-5 in the home game against Auckland Tuatara held at Geelong Stadium in Australia on the 14th (Korean time). Song Chan-eui, who was the home run king of the exhibition game, tasted it two days after the game on the 12th.
The first priority was Geelong Korea. After two outs in the second inning, Lee Jin-young’s infield hit, Park Chan-hyeok’s left fielder’s double, and Cho Hyung-woo’s left-center hit earned two points first.
Oakland returned the game to the starting point with Jack Berry’s two-run arch in the left middle in the third inning. Then, Geelong Korea took the lead again, 4-2, in the bottom of the third inning with Song Chan-eui’s two-run home run. 바카라사이트
Oakland turned the tide of the game 5-4 with a 3-run home run by Lylin in the 4th inning. But Auckland’s triumph didn’t last long. Geelong Korea scored 5 runs in the bottom of the 5th inning, thanks to the poor defense of the opponent and the concentration of the batting line.
Geelong Korea, which took a 4-point lead, tied the opponent’s batting line tightly from the 6th inning. Song Chan-eui, who started as the designated hitter number 4, scored 2 RBIs and 1 run including a home run.
Starter Park Yun-cheol creaked with 4 hits (2 homers), 4 walks, 4 strikeouts and 5 runs in 3⅓ innings. After that, Oh Se-Hoon, Oh Yun-Sung, and Choi Ji-Min, who came to the mound, calmed the opponent’s batting line with no runs.