Should Hanwha Eagles find a solution to victory?

Can the Hanwha Eagles leap to the middle ranks? Since the start of the race in the second half, Hanwha has been unable to win and is hovering in the lower ranks. This week, the focus is on whether he will be able to revive his firepower against strong teams.

Last week, Hanwha stayed with 1 win and 4 losses. In the home game against Doosan, he recorded a losing series, and also gave up two consecutive weekend games against KIA. Hanwha, which is currently in 8th place, has a 2 game gap with Lotte, 7th, and a whopping 7.5 game gap with 5th place KT, based on the playoff standard.

In the matches against Doosan on the 1st and 2nd, they were defeated 3-8 and 1-4, respectively. On the 1st, Doosan starter Gwak Bin tied up Hanwha’s batting line by fighting back with 2 hits, 1 walk, 1 walk, 10 strikeouts and 1 run in 7 innings. Hanwha starter Moon Dong-ju also made a save with 4 strikeouts, 5 hits and 2 runs in 5 innings, but it was not enough. The next day, the 2nd, the game was decided after 12 overtime. In a 1-1 tie situation, Doosan scored the winning run with a right-handed hit in the 12th inning and added 2 runs with a double, consolidating the victory by 3 points.

After that, the KIA match, which was played on the 4th and 5th, was also struggling. Both games were defeated 3-9, confirming the losing series.

At least, the 5-2 victory against Doosan on the 3rd, thanks to Felix Pena’s strong pitch, is comforting. Hanwha, who had recorded four consecutive losses since the 29th, managed to get out of the losing streak on this day, the last game against Doosan. At the end of the first inning, Hanwha scored first with Jeong Eun-won’s walk followed by Kim Tae-yeon’s two-run gun. At the end of the 4th inning, Roh Si-hwan’s double and Oh Seon-jin’s hit resulted in a run. Afterwards, Doosan made up for one point in the 7th inning, but Hanwha scored an additional 3 points at the end of the 7th inning when Lee Do-yoon connected a chance connected with Lee Jin-young’s hit and Jung Eun-won’s walk.

Doosan added a point in the 8th inning, but could not overturn the game. On this day, Hanwha starting pitcher Felix Pena achieved 8 wins (5 losses) of the season with 1 hit, 6 strikeouts and 1 run in 6.1 innings.토토사이트

Hanwha, currently in a two-game losing streak, is in 8th place with a record of 38 wins, 4 draws and 49 losses in the season.

In the midst of this, Hanwha is about to play against KT and Doosan this week.

On the 8th, they will face KT, who are currently in 5th place, in Suwon. The record against KT has been relatively strong with 4 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss. On the 11th, 3rd place Doosan will be called home to play 3 consecutive games. They are inferior to Doosan with 4 wins, 0 draws and 8 losses.

The key is hitting. In the recent game, the Hanwha batting line was silent without being able to take advantage of scoring opportunities.

Attention is focusing on whether Hanwha’s nuclear strike line for a mid-level jump will survive.