‘If you drop your foot, you’re out.’ Rojas barely stepped on base, and the second baseman of the dinosaur army did not take off his glove until the end, even free-talking with his extreme friendliness.

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‘I’ll keep watching to see if his feet fall~’

Park Min-woo, who received the ball from the outfield, did not take his glove off his knee as he watched closely the feet of Rojas, who hit a double and celebrated toward the dugout.

NC Dinos won 2-1 in the game against Doosan held in Jamsil on the 19th. The main contributor to the victory on this day was NC foreign pitcher Peddie, who showed off the best pitching.

Peddie started as a starter that day and silenced the Doosan batting lineup with his superb pitching. Peddie gave up only 1 hit and 1 walk in 6 innings, striking out 12 and allowing no runs, earning his 19th win (6 losses) of the season. 12 strikeouts is Peddie’s record for most strikeouts this season. His previous record was 11 strikeouts recorded against Hanwha in Daejeon on April 30.

Doosan was tied with 1 hit by Peddie, and Rojas made a hit by targeting the changed pitcher Kim Young-gyu.카지노
Doosan, who was tied with one hit by Peddie, launched a counterattack. Rojas, who attacked in the bottom of the 7th inning and came to the plate with one out, hit the 5th pitch of replaced pitcher Kim Young-gyu and hit a double to right-center. After hitting the ball, Rojas ran with all his might, went around first base, and landed on second base.

Park Min-woo’s glove aims at Rojas, who has slightly lost his balance.

If your foot falls, you are out. Put the glove closer to Rojas’ knee.
Rojas, who came in standing up to second base, began to maintain his balance in a dire manner with his right foot on the base. Park Min-woo, who did not miss the sight, began pointing the glove containing the ball towards Rojas’ leg. I was afraid that my feet might fall off the base. The eyes of second base umpire Youngjae Lee, who watched the scene until the end, were also sharp.

Rojas celebrates toward the dugout

batting lineup that was tied with one hit, cheered by raising his left arm and holding up two fingers toward the dugout as if expecting a follow-up hit.

Doosan was tied with one hit until the 6th inning, and it wasn’t until the 7th inning that the good-natured Park Min-woo began greeting Rojas, who stepped on second base. Park Min-woo cleaned up Rojas’s protruding back pocket and made a friendly face, and while the pitcher was being replaced, the two started chatting in earnest. Park Min-woo showed his unique friendliness by putting Rojas’ glove in his back pocket and talking to Martin, who was playing center field defense.

Meanwhile, NC won the game today 2-1, stopping Doosan’s 8th consecutive win. NC, which had won two games in a row, maintained its lead over fourth-place Doosan by four and a half games.


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