Baseball’s Doosan Bears are on a roll, winning all six games in July to jump from sixth to third place. It’s the first six-game winning streak since manager Lee Seung-yeop took over.
Reporter Kim Do-hoon.
Doosan beat Kiwoom 10-0 at home in Jamsil yesterday (July 7).
It was a victory that came from an exquisite combination of two-hitters.
Starting pitcher Kwak Bin pitched five scoreless innings to win his fifth consecutive start and earn his eighth win of the season.
Kim Myung-shin, Park Chi-guk, and Kim Kang-ryul followed suit, shutting out the Kiwoom bats.
The batters pounded out 16 hits against the Kiwoom pitching staff.
Jeong Soo-bin led the way with three hits and two RBIs, while Jose Rojas had two hits and three RBIs.
In July, the Vandals are on a roll.
토토사이트 They won all of their games this month, extending their winning streak to six games.
At the end of June, they moved up from sixth place to third place, solidifying their position in the standings for the first half of the season.
Coach Lee Seung-yeop, who has been at the helm since this season, also tasted the joy of his first six-game winning streak.
It’s been two years since Doosan won six games in a row since September 2021.
Coach Lee expressed his gratitude to the fans, saying that the victory was a team effort.
[Lee Seung-yup/Doosan Bears head coach (yesterday) : I think we got a good result today because (the players) prepared hard in this hot weather, and because so many home fans didn’t leave their seats until the end and supported us].
Doosan will look to make it seven in a row when they take on Kiwoom at Jamsil Bul starting at 6pm.