Unfortunately, Korea ended up scoreless on the first chance in the top of the first inning.
In the Hangzhou Asian Games final against Chinese Taipei held at Shaoxing Baseball Stadium near Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China on the 7th, Korea created a chance with one out and runners on first and second base with a walk and a hit in the top of the first inning, but No. 4 Noh Si-hwan retired due to an unfortunate double play.
Korea used the same lineup that has shown good offensive ability recently. The starting lineup consisted of Kim Hye-seong (second base), Choi Ji-hoon (center fielder), Yoon Dong-hee (right fielder), Noh Si-hwan (third base), Moon Bo-kyung (first base), Kang Baek-ho (designated hitter), Kim Joo-won (shortstop)메이저사이트, Kim Hyeong-jun (catcher), and Kim Seong-yoon (left fielder).
The possibility of Kwak Bin, who had not appeared for a while as a starting pitcher, was raised again due to the increase in starting pitching, but Moon Dong-ju, who appeared as a starter against Taiwan on the 2nd, appeared.
Getting the first run is important, and we took our opportunity in the top of the first inning.
Leader Kim Hye-seong struck out after swinging at an outside breaking ball. Kim Hye-seong was taken aback when a strike was called on a ball that seemed to have missed the outside, and when the outside breaking ball came again after 2S, she missed the swing.
However, No. 2 Choi Ji-hoon calmly selected the ball. Second foul after the first ball. 2B1S with a one-bound breaking ball on the third pitch. On the 4th pitch, it was once again a ball outside the ball, and the count was advantageous with 3B1S. Lin Yumin was the first to throw a ball to the inside, but it was hit again and he chose to walk for the first time.
No. 3, Dong-hee Yoon’s first pitch breaking ball strike, followed by a missed swing on the second fastball, hit the high ball on the third pitch and became a lucky hit that fell on the right-field line, creating a chance to score the first runs with one out and first and second bases. lost.
No. 4 Noh Si-hwan hit the first pitch and it rolled to the middle, but through a defensive shift, the second baseman near second base caught the ball, stepped on second base, and threw it to first base, turning it into a double play.