The Hanwha Eagles gave fans who came to support the Daegu expedition an eight-game winning streak.

Hanwha won 10-4 in the 10th game of the season against the Samsung Lions of the 2023 Shinhan Bank SOL KBO League held at Daegu Samsung Lions Park on the 1st, and won 8 consecutive wins, making the season record 31 wins, 4 draws and 37 losses (0.456). It is the first 8 consecutive wins in 6593 days since the match against Daejeon LG Twins on June 12, 2005.

The total number of spectators counted by the Samsung team that day was 18,151. Even as the home fans filled the stands, the first-base field was covered with orange waves. Hanwha fans from all over the country came to the Lions Park to cheer on the players. On this day’s broadcast, fans from distant places such as Daejeon and Dongducheon stood out to support Hanwha.

Even at the beginning of the game, there was a crisis. Hanwha gave the first run at the end of the first inning with Kang Min-ho’s one RBI, and the other line did not score a single point against opponent starter David Buchanan in the first three innings.

However, Noh Si-hwan, who was called ‘post Kim Tae-gyun’, appeared as a solver and led the team to a winning streak. Roh Si-hwan balanced the game with a solo shot in the 4th inning, followed by a three-run shot in the top of the 5th inning when the team was leading 2-1. Hanwha, who solidified their victory thanks to Noh Si-hwan’s consecutive hits, added 1 point each in the 6th and 7th innings, and was confident of victory with 3 points in the 8th inning.스포츠토토

The good pitching of starter Ricardo Sanchez also shone. On this day, Sanchez achieved a quality start with 5 hits, 1 walk, 5 strikeouts and 1 run in 6 innings. The only flaw was that the fourth pitcher, Nam Man-man, took the mound in the bottom of the 9th and gave 2 runs.

It was also noteworthy that the fielders did not lose their concentration until the end of the game. In the bottom of the 8th inning, with a 9-point lead, Ryu Seung-min’s long batted ball that flew from 1 out 1 base to near the fence was caught by center fielder Kwon Kwang-min, who replaced him, and blocked the hit. Even in a situation where not only Kwon Kwang-min but all players could take a breather, I tried not to give any gaps.

It was a scene that showed the reason why Hanwha was able to rebound in June.

Now, Hanwha’s goal is to win 9 games in a row. Can the upswing of the Eagle Corps continue until the final game of the three-game series?

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