Get hit by the referee and miss the grounder… stunning come-from-behind defeat

It was definitely a win game, but when I came to my senses, there was a lost game.
Reporter Kim Han-joon has gathered the decisive scenes that lead to a stunning come-from-behind defeat.

At the end of the 9th inning, with 2 outs runners on 1st base, LG 2nd baseman Shin Min-jae’s toss was received by shortstop Oh Ji-hwan.

I wanted the game to end as it was, but the referee waved both hands.

▶ Interview: Broadcasting commentator
– “I think I was hit by the second baseman. I thought the bounce bounced, but it sure hit me.”

When a batted ball hits the umpire’s body, it suddenly turns into 2nd, 1st and 2nd bases due to the rules for runners to advance base.

LG, who lost the flow absurdly, suffered a reverse defeat in the end.

As expected, with one last out count left, the missed ground ball rolls in front of Hanwha shortstop Ha Joo-seok.

However, he failed to catch the ball properly, and after that, a series of absurd situations occurred, and Hanwha gave up the game they caught.

Mistakes can spread quickly like an epidemic.

The catcher threw the ball into the outfield instead of the third baseman, allowing a come-from-behind run, and the first baseman also failed to catch the grounder and conceded an extra point.안전놀이터

It is a batted ball that will be a double hit in front of the pitcher, but the second baseman misses the ball and concedes a run.

The pitcher whose mentality has collapsed is changed, but even the changed pitcher throws a bad throw to first base.

▶ Interview: Broadcast commentator
– “I have a feeling that I am falling apart on my own. Today, I am showing all my bad sides in defense.”

Strange scenes that seem to have won but end in defeat, dugouts and fans are on and off.

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