Veteran baseball player Choi Hyung-woo (41) of the Korean Baseball Organization (KBO) led his team’s winning streak with a home run for the second straight game.

Choi hit a six-pitch forkball from Lotte starter Na Gyun-an (26) for a two-run home run with a distance of 110 meters in the first inning of the Gwangju home game against Lotte on Sunday. It was the second consecutive day of cannonballs from the 26th. Choi Hyung-woo’s home run on the 27th was his 375th since his professional debut. He passed Lee Dae-ho (42-retired) for fourth place on the career home run list with 374. Current Doosan manager Lee Seung-yeop leads the category with 467, followed by Choi Jung (SSG-460) and Park Byung-ho (KT-380).

Choi back-to-back cannons on the 26th and 27th proved decisive.

Kia gave Lotte a lead in the top of the sixth inning on the 26th, but rallied for a 2-1 victory thanks to Choi’s first home run of the season in the bottom of the sixth. Choi Hyung-woo didn’t miss an error by Na Gyun-ahn in the first inning on the 27th, and after taking the lead with his home run, KIA capitalized on an error and a walk to score four more runs to take the early lead. The 8-2 victory was Kia’s third straight win. Choi went 2-for-3 with two doubles and two walks in the opening game against Kiwoom on March 23, and followed that up with back-to-back home runs on March 26 and 27. He had four hits over the three games, including two home runs and two doubles. 안전놀이터 추천 He was so impressive that the team didn’t even notice the hole in the middle of the order that was created by the injury to their top hitter, Na Sung-beom. Kia foreign pitcher James Nail earned the win in his KBO debut, allowing one run on five hits (one home run) while striking out nine in six innings of work. Lotte nearly shot themselves in the foot with sloppy defense and lost their fourth straight game to open the season. New Lotte manager Kim Tae-hyung will have to wait to celebrate his first win.

Doosan celebrated its third straight win with an 11-8 victory over home team KT in a batting battle in Suwon. KT’s Mel Rojas Jr, who returned to the lineup after a four-year absence, drew back-to-back walk-off arches in the third and fifth innings, but it wasn’t enough to prevent his team’s fourth straight loss. Hanwha won its third straight after an opening day loss, beating SSG 3-1 as foreign pitcher Ricardo Sanchez pitched five and two-thirds innings of one-run ball. NC defeated Kiwoom 6-2. NC’s Ho-cheol Seo and Matt Davidson hit their first home runs of the season. In Jamsil, LG and Samsung tied 2-2 after 12 extra innings. It was the first tie of the season.

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