‘LG Trade → God’s Handiwork’ Yeomgalang’s veins are properly drilled, Choi Won-tae perfect through 5 innings and 2 outs LG sweeps Doosan for 4th straight win, KT-KIA also sweeps 3rd in a row

July 30, 2023 | by

The LG Twins swept a three-game series from the Doosan Bears over the weekend to get back on track. Most notably, Choi Won-tae, who was acquired via trade the day before (29th), pitched a perfect game to lead the team to victory.

The LG Twins completed a 10-0 sweep of the Doosan Bears in the 2023 Shinhan Bank SOL KBO League on Tuesday at Jamsil Baseball Stadium in Seoul.

With the win, LG extended its winning streak to four games, sweeping a three-game series against Doosan. Their record this season is now 53 wins, 2 draws, and 33 losses (0.616 winning percentage). Taking sole possession of the league lead. LG’s momentum seemed to sink after a five-game losing streak, but they bounced back with four straight wins. The same day, second-place SSG defeated Hanwha, keeping them within three games of SSG. Doosan, on the other hand, fell into a five-game losing streak after Pajuk’s 11-game winning streak. They are now third in the league with 44 wins, one draw and 41 losses this season. They are now just one game behind fourth-place NC, who lost 2-5 to KT on the same day. This season, LG has a significant advantage in the head-to-head series against Doosan with an 8-2 record.

LG was without Adam Plutko, who was originally scheduled to start the game, due to illness. Instead, Choi Won-tae, who was acquired through a trade the day before, started the game. “It’s like a blood vessel that’s been blocked,” Yeom said of Choi’s trade the day before, adding, “It’s going to help both the team and the individual. With Choi Won-tae in the starting lineup, we have more cards to choose from during the game,” he said. And on this day, Choi Won-tae pitched a six-inning no-hitter, piercing the commander’s veins. 먹튀검증

LG’s starting lineup was Hong Chang-ki (right fielder), Moon Sung-joo (designated hitter), Kim Hyun-soo (left fielder), Austin (first baseman), Moon Bo-kyung (third baseman), Son Ho-young (shortstop), Heo Do-hwan (catcher), Park Hae-min (center fielder), and Shin Min-jae (second baseman). For Doosan, the starting lineup was Jung Soo-bin (center fielder), Heo Kyung-min (third baseman), Kim Jae-hwan (designated hitter), Yang Ji (catcher), Yang Seok-hwan (first baseman), Kang Seung-ho (second baseman), Yang Chan-yeol (right fielder), Park Kye-beom (shortstop), and Kim Tae-geun (left fielder). LG’s starting pitcher was Choi Won-tae. Doosan’s starting pitcher was Brandon.

Choi Won-tae’s perfect game gave LG the early lead in the game. He didn’t allow a single runner to reach base until the bottom of the fifth inning. Choi led off the inning by inducing Jung Soo-bin to ground out to third base, then got Heo Kyung-min to ground out to shortstop after being hit by a pitch. He then got Kim Jae-hwan to ground out to third base to end the inning. He only needed seven pitches in the first inning. In the second inning, he got the No. 4 hitter, Yang Ji, to fly out to second on four pitches, then got Yang Seok-hwan to fly out to left and Kang Seung-ho to strike out on three pitches.

In the third inning, Choi continued his stellar performance. After getting leadoff hitter Yang Chan-yeol to fly out to shortstop, he struck out Park Kye-beom on six pitches and Kim Tae-geun on seven pitches. In the fourth inning, they induced leadoff hitter Jung Soo-bin to foul out to right field and Heo Kyung-min and Kim Jae-hwan to ground out to third base. The pitch count in the fourth inning totaled nine, three per batter.

In the fifth inning, Choi Won-tae’s perfect game was broken. The leadoff hitter grounded out to shortstop, followed by Yang Ji


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