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After giving up 60 runs in it previous five exhibition games

After giving up 60 runs in its previous five exhibition games, the Samsung mound struggled against the defending Japan Series champions.

Samsung fell 0-2 in an exhibition game against the Hanshin Tigers on Tuesday at Ginoza Stadium in Okinawa, Japan. It was Samsung’s sixth straight loss in Okinawa since April 11 against the Chunichi Dragons. The team’s bats were plagued by a two-hit shutout.

Second-year right-hander Lee Ho-sung, who is in contention for the fifth spot, pitched well in his second start.

After a strong start against the Chiba Lotte Marines on Thursday, where he allowed two runs on three hits with two walks and one strikeout in two innings, 토토사이트 Lee was on the mound until the third inning of this game. Aside from giving up a two-run double in the second inning, he was flawless.

From there, all five pitchers who took the mound shut down the opposing offense.

Submarine right-hander Kim Dae-woo and left-hander Lee Sang-min, both of whom were in the Futures Spring Training program, tossed a clean first inning. Hong Jung-woo, Lee Jae-ik, and Hong Won-pyo all pitched a perfect first inning.

Samsung’s starting lineup was center fielder Kim Sung-yoon, left fielder Kim Jae-hyuk, right fielder Kim Hyun-joon, first baseman David McKinnon, designated hitter Kang Min-ho, shortstop Kim Young-woong, third baseman Jeon Byung-woo, second baseman Kim Dong-jin, and catcher Lee Byung-heon.

Kang Min-ho doubled to left field in the second inning and walked in the fourth, while Kim singled in the fourth and Kim Young-woong singled to right in the sixth. However, they were unable to capitalize. In particular, it was disappointing that they couldn’t capitalize on the first and second base opportunities in the second inning and the second and second base opportunities in the fourth inning.

Meanwhile, Samsung will train at Akama Ballpark on the 21st and 22nd before facing the Nippon Ham Fighters at Nago Stadium on the 23rd.

Samsung fell 3-18 in its second meeting with Nihon Ham on Nov. 17.

Fifth-round picks Hwang Dong-jae and Choi Chae-heung were disappointing in their second outings. Hwang Dong-jae, who had started against Chunichi on Nov. 11 and allowed five runs on two hits and four walks in 1.2 innings, was roughed up for two runs on four hits and four walks in 1.1 innings. Choi Chae-heung followed, 파워볼사이트 추천 allowing four runs on six hits (one home run) with one strikeout and four walks.

Hwang Dong-jae and Choi Chae-heung were followed by Park Kwon-hoo, Lee Jae-ik, Hong Won-pyo, and Kim Seo-joon in relief, with only Lee Jae-ik making it through one inning of scoreless relief (one hit and one walk).

The Samsung mound was a mixed bag on the day, giving up 15 hits, including seven balls for strikes. It will be interesting to see if he can redeem himself in the third game against Nihon Ham.

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