LG loses to an 0-0 pitcher on the day Kelly pitched.

LG handed a 0-0 pitcher his first win of the season with a crucial error in front of foreign starter Casey Kelly.

LG fell 0-5 against Kiwoom at Jamsil Stadium on Thursday. Kelly allowed nine hits in six innings of work, but kept the game scoreless. The third inning was the exception.

In the top of the third inning, Kelly gave up back-to-back singles to Dawson and Kim Hye-sung, the top two hitters for Kiwoom, and stole a base to put runners on second and third. No. 4 Lee Ju-hyung induced a grounder to first base, and first baseman Austin made the catch for the first out.

Austin then saw second baseman Kim Hye-sung running and threw to second base. Shortstop Oh Hwan Oh caught it and threw to third baseman Moon Bo-kyung, who chased down Kim Hye-sung, who was running back to second base, but was unable to tag her and threw to the second baseman.

At that moment, Dawson, the third baseman, retouched and started running home. Shin Min-jae, the second baseman, threw home as Kim Hye-sung had already stolen second base by the time he received the ball, but there was a bad throw. The ball dropped, and Dawson slid home with ease.

Kim made an error at the plate, but LG took advantage of a fielding error to give them a valuable lead, and Kelly couldn’t hold on. The next batter, Choi Joo-hwan, was 카지노사이트 hit by a pitch to right field, sending pinch runner Kim Hye-sung to third, and Song Sung-moon was hit by a pitch to drive in another run with a sacrifice fly.

Kelly threw 98 pitches in six innings, allowing two runs (unearned) before turning the ball over to the bullpen in the top of the seventh. Lee Woo-chan entered the game, but gave up an infield single to Kim Hye-sung and a single to Lee Joo-hyung, and then threw a wild pitch to load the bases with one out. Kim Dae-hyun came in to face the next three batters, but gave up a sacrifice fly to Song Sung-moon on the first pitch to give up another run and effectively seal the win.

The LG mound gave up 14 hits and three walks to Kiwoom’s batters on the day, while the offense could only muster three hits and four walks and failed to score a run.

Kim In-bum pitched five innings of scoreless relief with two hits, three walks, and one strikeout, while Cho Sang-woo, Kim Sung-min, Moon Sung-hyun, and Park Yoon-sung split the remaining four innings to complete the win. Kim, the 34th overall pick in the 2019 second round, finally picked up his first win in his fifth start of the season.

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