No-hitter in the 6th inning, Sangsanggo wins a cold game against Daejeon Jeil-go.

Posted Posted onJuly 8, 2023 Comments0

Gyeonggi Sangsang Sanggo has reached the second round of the 78th Cheongnyonggi National High School Baseball Championship (co-hosted by Chosun Ilbo, Sports Chosun, and the Korea Baseball Softball Association) with a come-from-behind victory over Daejeon Jeil-Go.

In the first game of the tournament at Mokdong Baseball Stadium in Seoul, South Korea, Gyeonggi Sangsang Sanggo defeated Daejeon Jeil-go, which finished first in the first half of the Daejeon-Chungcheong region of the Weekend League, 9-2 (8th inning cold game). The Gyeonggi Sangsang Sanggo batters struggled against ‘ace’ Park Sang-yeon, who led Daejeon First Go to the top of the Daejeon-Chungcheong region in the first half of the Weekend League. They didn’t get a hit off him until he went down in the bottom of the seventh inning. It was a ‘no-hitter’ as the team failed to score despite giving up 14 runs on four pitches. However, after Park went down, the team turned the game around with six runs off of the new pitchers Choi Joon-hyuk and Lim Jung-min. In the bottom of the eighth inning, Gyeonggi Commercial University scored three more runs, including a solo shot by right fielder Lee Dong-yoon, to end the game in the cold.메이저놀이터

Coach Choi Deok-hyun of Gyeonggi Sang Sang Sang said, “We were beaten by their starting pitcher, but the players did a good job. Thanks to our solid defense, we were able to turn the tables,” said Choi. “I think the revitalized hitting of the players in the second half of the game will be good for the next game.” Lee Dong-yoon, who hit a wedge home run on the day, said, “I had hit a high fastball in a practice game, so I was aiming for it, but a fastball came to me in a similar place.” “When I was down to a no-hitter against the opposing pitcher, the coach and captain told me, ‘You have to take advantage of the opportunity. “When I was down to a no-hitter against the opposing pitcher, the coach and captain encouraged me, saying, ‘We have to capitalize on the opportunity.


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