Doosan lost 6-7 against the LG Twins in Jamsil

Doosan was shaken by four runs in the top of the fifth inning in a tight 0-0 flow. In the process, there was an issue of reversing the home blocking reading.

In the top of the fifth inning, Kim Dong-joo faced a crisis with one out and second base with a sacrifice bunt after being hit by leadoff hitter Moon Bo-kyung. He then gave Park Hae-min a ball that hit his body for the fourth pitch. In the end, the Doosan bench put in the bullpen early.

Kim Myung-shin took the mound and faced Shin Min-jae in the crisis of one out and runners on first and second base. While the situation was created with one out and runners on second and third bases with “foil” during the opponent against Shin Min-jae, Kim Myung-shin took a breather by inducing a swing strikeouts.

However, Kim Myung-shin gave up four balls intentionally to follow-up hitter Hong Chang-ki and allowed Moon Sung-joo to score a run by hitting a two-run timely hit to the left. In the process, a left fielder’s throwing error led to additional runs. Catcher Yang Eui-ji made a tagout by receiving a home throw from pitcher Kim Myung-shin, who entered the backup, but after a video reading, a safe decision was reversed due to a home blocking foul. Doosan manager Lee Seung-yeop immediately protested, but the result remained unchanged and was sent off.

Doosan, which was dragged 0-4 with four runs in the top of the fifth inning, tied the score 4-4 and succeeded in turning the game 6-4 with two runs in the bottom of the eighth inning. However, the team’s overall defense faltered in the bottom of the ninth inning, allowing a 6-6 tie. He then gave up the winning goal in the top of the 10th inning, losing four consecutive games.

Coach Lee Seung-yeop met with reporters before the game on the 30th and said, “Yang Eui-ji was not blocking the home plate in advance, but it was a normal defense process that went into the home plate after catching the ball.” In the previous game (the match against Samsung in Jamsil on May 24), Yang Eui-ji was ruled out in a similar situation when he entered the home as a runner, but this time he was ruled safe. The consistency of the decision is regrettable. It was difficult to accept that, so he went out even though he knew he would not be able to repeat the decision and be sent off. The referee made such a decision in the video reading room, so he said he had nothing to say,” he smiled bitterly.

There was also a lot of regret that I felt during the reversal defeat the previous day. Lee Seung-yeop watched the game through TV broadcasts from the manager’s office after leaving.

Coach Lee said, “I would have had the same opinion that Jung Chul-won, who had good pitching and had fewer pitches in the ninth inning because he had to win unconditionally.” It was even more regrettable that there was a defensive misplay afterwards. I thought Park Hae-min could catch enough batting, but he lacked the same details as call play. In the top of the 10th inning, I think it was right for the outfielder to catch a third base hit that came out during the extra defense. “It’s something that young players need to improve.”

Meanwhile, Doosan will face LG starter Choi Won-tae in the game on the 30th with a starting lineup that leads to Jung Soo-bin (center fielder), Huh Kyung-min (third baseman), Kim Jae-hwan (designated hitter), Yang Eui-ji (catcher), Yang Seok-hwan (first baseman), Kang Seung-ho (second baseman), Yang Chan-yeol (right fielder), Park Gye-beom (shortstop) and Kim Tae-geun (left fielder). The Doosan starter is Brandon Waddell.

Coach Lee said, “Kim Jae-ho made a mistake yesterday and thought it was time to give him a break.” Park Joon-young is waiting on the bench because his shoulder area was slightly bad during yesterday’s sliding. Rojas said, “I look forward to taking a rest until tomorrow and playing in the upcoming midweek games.”


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