I’m the chef on Sunday’. This is an advertisement for one jjajang ramen. As ‘Jja XX Tea’ gained sensational popularity, there was a perception that Sunday was ‘the day to eat Jja XX Tea’.
For the Samsung Lions, Sunday is also the day to break a losing streak. This is because they broke the losing streak in the Suwon KT game on the 18th of last month, followed by the Munhak SSG game on the 25th.온라인카지노
Head coach Park Jin-man, who fell into a quagmire of four consecutive losses after resignation against Lotte on the 27th of last month, expected an effect to escape Sunday’s losing streak ahead of the match against Daegu Hanwha on the 2nd. Director Park Jin-man’s wind worked. Samsung broke the losing streak by defeating Hanwha, who was on a 8-game winning streak, 2-1.
The Samsung starting lineup consisted of center fielder Kim Hyeon-jun, left fielder Jose Pirella, first baseman Oh Jae-il, catcher Kang Min-ho, designated hitter Kim Jae-seong, third baseman Kang Han-wool, second baseman An Joo-hyung, right fielder Ryu Seung-min, and shortstop Lee Jae-hyun.
The Hanwha batting order consisted of right fielder Lee Jin-young, first baseman Kim In-hwan, third baseman Noh Si-hwan, left fielder Nick Williams, designated hitter Chae Eun-seong, center fielder Moon Hyun-bin, second baseman Jeong Eun-won, catcher Choi Jae-hoon, and shortstop Lee Do-yoon.
The first priority was Hanwha. In the second inning, Chae Eun-seong’s left-handed hit, Moon Hyun-bin’s right-middle double, and Jeong Eun-won’s center fielder’s sacrifice fly earned one point first. Samsung counterattacked, and in the bottom of the second inning, leading hitter Kang Min-ho hit a left-handed solo arch to balance the game 1-1.
In the third inning, Lee Jae-hyeon’s heavy hit and Pirella’s left-middle double hit the lead 2-1. It was an uneasy lead by 1 point, but starter Won Tae-in showed his ace instinct by allowing 1 run in 6 innings. Afterwards, Yang Chang-seop, left-handers Lee Seung-hyun and Oh Seung-hwan worked together to keep the team victorious.
Hanwha’s winning streak ended at ‘8’. Starter Felix Pena pitched well with 5 hits (1 home run), 2 walks, 10 strikeouts and 2 runs in 6 innings, but was not helped by the other line.