3 home matches in the second half opener… Watershed for advancing to the postseason

The Hanwha Eagles, who broke a losing streak and won consecutively, are in the All-Star Break period after being in last place for the first time in five years. With three straight home matches against the NC Dinos as the opening game of the second half, these games are expected to be a watershed for advancing to the postseason.

The KBO League ended the first half of the 2023 season on the 13th. Hanwha finished the first half of the regular season in 8th place (34 wins, 40 losses, 4 draws) by achieving two consecutive wins against SSG Landers-LG Twins, who are competing for the lead.

The Hanwha Eagles, who had recently won 8 consecutive wins, recorded 1 win and 3 losses from the 2nd to the 8th, leaving behind regrets.

Hanwha won 7-0 in their home game against SSG Landers on the 9th. Accordingly, on the 6th and 8th, Hanwha leaped toward the middle ranks, reversing the atmosphere of consecutive losses against the Lotte Giants and SSG.

On the 12th, they beat the LG Twins by one point and won two consecutive victories. On the 11th and 13th, they tried to win streak against LG, but the match was canceled due to rain from daytime.

The protagonist of the victory on this day was Moon Dong-ju.

Moon Dong-ju threw 108 pitches in 7 1/3 innings, dominating the LG lineup.

Moon Dong-ju, who pitched scoreless until the 7th inning, went down the mound in the 8th inning with one out and bases loaded, but firefighter Kim Bum-soo gave up only 1 run and escaped the crisis, and finisher Park Sang-won blocked 1 inning without a run, winning 6 (6 losses) this season. Harvest the third and finished the first half.

The start-up win against LG, the league’s top batting team, made the fight in this game even more brilliant.

The Hanwha lineup succeeded in scoring first with Moon Hyun-bin’s two RBIs in the first inning and was blocked by the LG mound scoreless until the ninth inning, but thanks to good pitches from starter Moon Dong-ju to Kim Bum-soo and Park Sang-won, they were able to raise the flag of victory.

With the victory on this day, Hanwha, who had two consecutive wins, stayed in 8th place in the league rankings with 34 wins, 4 draws and 40 losses.

With this, Hanwha welcomed the KBO League All-Star break in a situation where it was not ‘last’ in five years since 2018.메이저사이트

Hanwha will have a break until the 20th, and from the 21st, the NC Dinos will be called home to play the first game of the second half.

NC is the leader running in 4th place (39 wins, 1 draw, 38 losses), and as it is a formidable opponent, attention is focusing on whether Hanwha can continue its winning streak. Their record against NC is poor with 3 wins, 0 draws and 4 losses.

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