From episode 1, KKK, it wasn’t unusual… Kim Min-woo’s fighting spirit, rescued the eagle with 6 consecutive wins
Hanwha’s native ace, Kim Min-woo, put on a fighting spirit and rescued the eagle from a 6-game losing streak.
Kim Min-woo started the 5th game of the season against Doosan in the 2023 Shinhan Bank SOL KBO League Shinhan Bank SOL KBO League held at Jamsil Stadium in Seoul on the 3rd, and won the first win of the season with a good pitching of 6 innings, 1 hit, 4 walks, 6 strikeouts and 1 run (visa). Reported. It was a valuable fight that led to Hanwha’s escape from six consecutive losses.
In episode 1, the prelude to the Hot Two Show was opened by treating Jung Soo-bin, Yang Chan-yeol, and Yang Seok-hwan as KKK. Appropriately accompanied by fastballs, curveballs, and forkballs, he showed off his power by striking out three consecutive batters with 12 balls.
Kim Min-woo gave up the first run in the second inning. He sent out leaders Kim Jae-hwan and Jose Rojas on a walk, causing a crisis with one company on first and second base. He then induced Jang Seung-hyeon to throw an infield grounder toward the third baseman, but third baseman Noh Si-hwan made a mistake by dropping the batted ball backwards. In the meantime, second base runner Kim Jae-hwan reached home through third base. However, the continued 1st, 1st and 3rd base crises were overcome by holding Jeon Min-jae as a double strokeㅋㅋㅋ벳.
In the third episode, the crisis management ability was outstanding. After one out, Su-bin and Yang Chan-yeol walked on base in succession. Then, during the double steal, first base runner Yang Chan-yeol was out at second base, and Yang Seok-hwan struck out on a swing at second base and third base.
Kim Min-woo, who blocked the 2nd and 3rd bases with a scoreless run due to Lohas’ triple in the 4th inning, achieved his second quality start of the season by dealing with a tripartite innings in the 5th and 6th innings in a row.
The Hanwha batting line, which suffered from constipation until the 6th inning, also responded to Kim Min-woo’s counterattack. In the 7th inning, where they were trailing 0-1, they showed off their dynamite firepower, scoring 8 points, and nailed the game. Thanks to this, Kim Min-woo was able to pass the mound to Kim Seo-hyun in the 7th inning while meeting the victory requirements. 92 pitches.
He made two consecutive quality starts with a slider, forkball, and curve under a fastball of up to 146 km. Although the ratio of strikes (52) and balls (40) was close to 1:1, he overcame the difficult situation with skillful rapid control and crisis management ability.
Hanwha ended up winning 8-3 against Doosan and succeeded in escaping from 6 consecutive losses. This was only possible because of native ace Kim Min-woo’s 6 innings and 1 run run.