Hanwha Eagles coach Choi Won-ho, who succeeded in escaping from three consecutive losses, praised the team’s concentration.

Hanwha won 9-5 in the KIA match held at Daejeon Hanwha Life Insurance Eagles Park on the 23rd. Against KIA starting pitcher Sean Anderson, he took the lead early by directing a six-run big inning in the bottom of the first inning only. Hanwha starting pitcher Ricardo Sanchez won his first win in the 3rd game of the KBO League by throwing 3 hits, 4 walks, 8 strikeouts and no runs in 5 innings. With this victory, Hanwha escaped from 3 consecutive losses, and the season record became 14 wins, 3 draws and 24 losses.

Early concentration shined. Anderson lightened Sanchez’s shoulders as he made a big inning in the first inning that failed to score. In the 4th inning, an additional point was made after 2 hits, and in the 5th inning, the process was good, such as adding 2 points with 3 consecutive hits in the bottom line. The bullpen conceded a point in the second half of the game, but the solid score made earlier became the springboard for victory.

Coach Choi said after the game,먹튀검증 “Sanchez planned to throw up to 90 pitches before the game, but he volunteered to throw up to 95 pitches and let him throw up to 93 pitches. I want to commend Sanchez for showing a sense of responsibility as a starting pitcher.” “Today, in the first inning, the batters showed their concentration and scored a lot of points to win the game, and the game was relaxed. Also, giving the necessary extra points in the middle of the game turned out to be a good result,” he said. I was able to break the losing streak because the players stayed focused until the end.”

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