It wasn’t enough to stop the winning streak.
Doosan Bears pitcher Kwak-Bin Kwak took a beating against the KIA Tigers. Kwak-Bin started the game against KIA at Jamsil Stadium on June 6 and gave up six runs on six hits (two home runs), three walks, and four strikeouts in 3⅓ innings. His total pitch count was 100. Kwak Bin, who reached the 10-win plateau with an eight-inning no-hitter against SSG on March 25, was unable to reduce his pitch count against the KIA bats and was taken off the mound early after giving up two home runs.메이저사이트
After giving up a leadoff single to Kim Do-young in the top of the first inning, Kwak gave up a walk to Na Sung-beom. However, he got out of the jam by striking out Choi Hyung-woo and Socrates Brito on a fly ball to left field. In the second inning, he gave up a leadoff single to right-center field and a stolen base, but retired the next three batters.
Kwak gave up a leadoff double to Park Chan-ho in the top of the third. He seemed to get a breather when he struck out Kim Do-young, but gave up a two-run double to Na Sung-beom. An infield single to Choi Hyung-woo and a walk to Socrates threatened again, but he struck out Kim Sun-bin and got Hwang Dae-in to fly out to end the threat. His pitch count reached 72 by the third inning.
Ultimately, Kwak didn’t make it out of the fourth inning. After giving up a walk to Kim Tae-gun, Kwak gave up a single to Choi Won-jun and a double to Park Chan-ho in right field for the third run. After catching Park Chan-ho overrunning the bag on a replay, Kwak-Bin gave up a double to Kim Do-young in left field to extend the lead. Doosan manager Lee Seung-yeop eventually called Kwak-bin to the bench as his pitch count reached 100 after he gave up a single to Na Sung-bum. Reliever Lee Hyung-beom gave up a double to Choi Hyung-woo and a single to Socrates, extending Kwak’s lead to six runs.