“Thank you Im Ki-young + Jeong Hae-young for the 3 in a row” series sweep → A man laughs at the 6th place jump

For the third straight game, the team swept the series on the strength of quality starts (6+ innings pitched and 3 earned runs or less) from its starting pitchers. The team also moved into sixth place.

The KIA Tigers won the third game of their weekend series against the Lotte Giants 6-3 at Kia Champions Field in Gwangju on April 30 behind 6⅔ scoreless innings from starter Pannoni and solid performances from Kim Do-young, Choi Hyung-woo, and Socrates. It was Panoni’s first win in three games since returning to the KBO this season.

For Lotte, Han Hyun-hee, a last-minute substitute, pitched four innings of one-run ball on one day’s rest, but the bullpen of Koo Seung-min, Choi I-joon, and Kim Jin-wook collapsed, resulting in a third straight loss and a drop to seventh place.

“It’s nice to end the week with a win,” said Kia manager Kim Jong-kook after the game.

“Panoni pitched more than six innings and set the stage for our victory. He handled the hitters well with his steady delivery, and his pitches are getting better with each outing.”

Kim also thanked Im Ki-young and Jung Hae-young, who pitched three consecutive innings, saying, “It must have been physically difficult for them, but they did their job so well.” 토토사이트

“In the batting order, Choi Won-jun did a good job as a leadoff hitter, Kim Do-young scored the winning run, Na Sung-beom scored two runs, and Choi Hyung-woo and Socrates did a good job in the center field with two hits each. The concentration of the batters was good in our chances,” he praised.

“All the players did their part, which is why we were able to win back-to-back games. We are grateful to our fans for their unwavering support, and we will carry this momentum into next week.”

With the win, KIA moved up to sixth place, ahead of Lotte.

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