Park Hae-min already has 3 home runs. Kim Gwang-hyun’s first career home run is a come-from-behind two-run four…
Park Hae-min of the LG Twins hit a come-from-behind home run from SSG Landers’ Kim Gwang-hyun.
In the home game against SSG held in Jamsil on the 27th, Park Hae-min started as center fielder in the ninth position, and in the bottom of the 4th inning, where the score was 1-2, 2 out and 1 base went over the right fence and hit a come-from-behind two-run gun.
Park Hae-min, who had a clean right-handed hit in the first at-bat at the end of the second inning, succeeded in attacking Kim Gwang-hyeon again with two outs and first base at the end of the fourth inning.
Park Hae-min, who hit his first home run against the Lotte Giants on the 13th, attacked Moon Seung-won’s fastball on the 25th and fired a solo shot토토사이트, and in two days, he hit his third shot. He became the second in homers on the team behind Park Dong-won, who is recording 4 homers.
In the bottom of the 4th inning, leader Kim Min-seong walked out, Park Dong-won flew center fielder, and Song Chan-ui struck out, and Park Hae-min stepped in with two outs. In 2B1S, the 140km fastball thrown by Kim Gwang-hyun in the 4th ball was driven to the center, and Park Hae-min did not miss it. It was a home run-like ball at the moment of hitting it, but it was Park Hae-min, so I did it just in case, but the ball went over the fence.
It is the first home run against Kim Gwang-hyun in his career. So far, he has met Gwang-Hyun Kim 49 times and recorded 12 hits in 46 at-bats, with 1 double and 2 triples, but no home runs.