It was a bizarre three-game series against the LG Twins in Changwon.

바카라사이트As if possessed by something, all three games could not be resolved. It didn’t look like the No. 1 team.

LG lost all three games of the weekend series against the NC Dinos at Changwon NC Park on March 25-27. They were unable to add another win, while second-place KT Wiz went on a three-game winning streak to cut their lead from 7.5 to 4.5. KT’s momentum is so strong that if LG’s pace slows down, it could easily turn a one-two punch into a two-two punch.

The first game was strange. LG starter Choi Won-tae got pounded. He gave up 11 runs on 15 hits in four innings. The opposing starter was Eric Peddy, who had the most wins, so Won-tae Choi should have been able to keep the game even, but he was not in his usual form and gave up a lot of runs. In the fourth inning, LG pulled the starters and brought in replacements to prepare for the next day.

The 26th was a crazy day. I know it’s the right thing to do, but I couldn’t help but feel frustrated. With the game tied 1-1, LG scored four runs in the top of the sixth inning to take a 5-1 lead. They scored one in the bottom of the 6th and one in the bottom of the 8th to take a 5-3 lead. In the bottom of the ninth, closer Go Woo-seok came in. He quickly got two outs to seal the win. Park Min-woo singled to center field, and it looked like a two-run lead, but things changed quickly when Park Gun-woo hit an infield grounder to third base.

The ball rolled toward the second baseman and just missed the second baseman’s spike. Second baseman Shin Min-jae caught it and tossed it to second base, seemingly ending the game, but the second base umpire ruled that it was an infield hit, making it an infield hit under baseball rules, putting runners on first and second. Martin’s hit turned out to be a lucky one, making it 5-4, and then, with runners on second and third, Ko Woo-seok’s fastball on a full count hit Kwon Hee-dong right on the bat and went over the left field fence. A come-from-behind three-run homer to lose 5-7.

The game on the 27th started with a bang in the first inning. LG starter Im Chan-kyu went down in the bottom of the first inning. With runners on first and third, a fastball he threw to Park Gun-woo at third flew into his face. Park was saved from serious injury by a face shield, but it was recognized as a head shot and he was ejected.

LG then brought in bullpen pitchers Choi Dong-hwan, Park Myung-geun, Baek Seung-hyun, Jung Woo-young, Yoo Young-chan, and Kim Jin-sung, but gave up five runs and lost the game 3-5 as they were unable to capitalize on their chances.

It was LG’s first three-game losing streak since losing five in a row from July 9 against Busan Lotte to July 26 against Suwon KT.

They need to shake off the bad vibes quickly. LG begins a three-game home stand against Jamsil rival Doosan Bears on July 29. The Bears are 8-2 this season, which is a very good relative record. Lee Jung-yong, Casey Kelly, and Choi Won-tae will start the game.

If Doosan also goes on a losing streak, it could be even worse. It is urgent to end the losing streak as soon as possible.

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