‘Wake up, Tigers!’ Rafa’s farthest triple, a baby tiger’s roar to wake up his brothers [Daegu scene].

It was the roar of a baby tiger. Kim Do-young roared as he looked toward the dugout after hitting a ball to the deepest part of the field and running to third base.

The Kia Tigers had come from behind to win 6-5 in the second game of a three-game weekend series against Samsung at Samsung Lions Park in Daegu on April 19.

메이저놀이터 It was a comeback from a 0-4 deficit. Samsung took the lead in the bottom of the third inning when Koo Ja-rook hit a grand slam with the bases loaded. It was the first home run in his professional debut and his third straight game with a home run.

KIA responded with a run in the top of the fourth inning. After back-to-back singles by Na Sung-bum and Choi Hyung-woo put runners on first and third, Kim Sun-bin hit a sacrifice fly to center field to make it 1-1. Samsung scored a run in the top of the fifth on Kim Hyun-jun’s RBI single with two outs to extend its lead to 5-1.

Kim Dong-jin, who replaced Lee Jae-hyun, was unable to extend the out count and left the bases loaded for KIA.

Go Jong-wook, who replaced Kim Tae-gun, and Lee Woo-sung, who replaced Go Jong-wook, did not miss Lee Jae-ik’s throw.
KIA broke the game open in the top of the seventh with a five-run inning.

Socrates led off with a double and Kim Sun-bin hit a 10-pitch infield grounder to send Socrates to third.

Lee Chang-jin’s infield grounder to shortstop Kim Dong-jin’s throw to first base was misplayed. Kim Dong-jin, who replaced Lee Jae-hyun, who injured his shoulder while sliding home in the bottom of the fourth inning, made a bad throw to first base and was unable to extend the out count.

The KIA dugout prepared Ko Jong-wook to pinch-hit for right-hander Lee Seung-hyun and then brought in Lee Woo-sung for left-hander Lee Jae-ik, and it paid off.

Lee took a three-pitch pitch from Lee Jae-ik and smashed a two-run homer over the left field fence, pulling KIA to within a run at 4-5.

Kim Do-young, who hit the ball to the farthest corner of the infield, checked the pitch and rounded second base to run to third.

With two runs on the board and a golden opportunity to turn the game around, Kim roared at the dugout as he took advantage of the opportunity.
After Lee Woo-sung’s pinch-hit home run, Kim Do-young came up to bat and swung sharply at the first pitch.

After receiving the first pitch from Lee Jae-ik, Do-young Kim sent the ball straight up and behind the center fielder. It was a big hit that hit the top of the left-center field fence. It’s a shame it wasn’t a home run.

As Kim rounded first base and ran to second, he watched the ball hit the fence and roll forward, then rounded second base and headed for third. It was an easy triple that didn’t require sliding.

With KIA up 4-5 and a chance to tie the game with a single hit, Kim clapped his hands in the dugout and roared, “We can’t lose like this.

Park Chan-ho, the league’s only three-hole shortstop, came through with the tying hit. Chan-ho Park roars into the dugout after hitting the game-winning hit.
The bat of the league’s only third baseman was hot on this day. With runners on first and third, Park smashed a single to center field to bring home third baseman Kim Do-young.

Park, who had a solo three-hit game in the previous day’s 2-12 loss, followed it up with two more hits for his fifth straight multi-hit game.

Choi Won-jun’s RBI single sparked a four-hit rally for KIA, which made it 6-5 on Na Sung-beom’s sacrifice fly and secured the victory with the help of Choi Ji-min and Lim Ki-young, who relieved Sanchez.

Park Chan-ho celebrates with his teammates after scoring the game-winning run on a sacrifice fly by Na Sung-beom.

Kim Do-young’s exhilarating roar after hitting a triple. By Heo Sang-wook

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