The NC Dinos swept a three-game midweek series. On July 7, they swept the Kiwoom Heroes 6-1 at Changwon NC Park. They have won eight of their last 10 games. The Heroes have lost three straight after winning four in a row.
Overwhelmed the Heroes in the first two innings.
The game was split early. The Heroes batters took advantage of Jang Jae-young, the Heroes right-hander who was unable to control his pitches. “When you’re facing a pitcher who can’t throw strikes, it’s important to be aggressive, but if it’s not the ball you’re aiming for, it’s important to be patient,” Kang said in a pregame interview. The NC batters faithfully followed his orders.
In the top of the first inning, Son As-seob led off with a straight ball. Park Gun-woo drew a walk and Kwon Hee-dong reached on a fielder’s choice. With two outs, Oh Young-soo hit a two-run double to center field. 2-0.
Jang Jae-young calmly walked a shaky Jang. No. 7 Do Tae-hoon walked to load the bases. No. 8 Kim Hyung-joon singled to right center, bringing in two runners.
In the bottom of the second inning, we added another run.
Leadoff hitter Son Asub singled to center, and Park Gun-woo on third and Jason Martin on fourth walked. With the bases loaded, Kwon Hee-dong’s replacement, Jeon Jae-hwan, walked.
sacrifice fly to center field. 5-0.
Jang Jae-young was removed in the bottom of the third after walking leadoff hitter Do Tae-hoon on a hit-by-pitch.
NC left-hander Tanner Tully pitched seven innings of two-hit ball. He threw a career-high seven innings. He used a steady delivery to overwhelm the Heroes offense and pick up his third win. Of his 84 pitches, 59 were strikes, a 70 percent success rate. 카지노
It was his second straight win, following his performance against the Samsung Lions on September 1. Threw six innings of one-hit ball against Samsung. Hasn’t allowed a run in two games and 13 innings.
In five appearances since joining the roster in August, he has four quality starts (6+ innings pitched, 3 earned runs or less).
With two more hits, Son reached 148 hits. He is two hits shy of 150 for the first time in his eight years in the KBO.