The Kia Tigers continued to face bad luck in the same game.온라인카지노
The Tigers have already faced three bad lucks before the end of the game against KT Wiz at Katie Wiz Park in Suwon on July 7.
KIA lost starter Kim Gun-guk in the bottom of the first inning. He hit KT’s Park Byung-ho in the head as he stepped up to bat in the second inning. The pitch was shaky and the ball rose high. Kim walked off the mound after throwing only 18 pitches. Before the game, KIA manager Kim Jong-guk said, “I hope (Kim) can last for four innings,” but the plan went awry from the start.
It didn’t take long for the bad luck to strike again in the second inning. This time, Hwang Dae-in, who was batting fifth and playing first base, complained of pain in his right hamstring and went to the bench. A KIA official said, “Hwang Dae-in will immediately go to the hospital and undergo an MRI.”In the fifth inning, Kim Kyu-sung, who started as the eighth batter and second baseman, was replaced. He hit a grounder in front of the pitcher and sprinted, only to collide heavily with KT first baseman Park Byung-ho, who stretched out his arm to catch the throw.
After lying down for a while and not being able to get up easily, Kim was replaced by pinch-hitter Choi Jeong-yong to end the game. A KIA official said, “Kim Kyu-sung was having trouble breathing and was replaced to protect the player. He is currently resting in the locker.”
Despite the three bad lucks, KIA was tied 2-2 with KT until the sixth inning.