Doosan Bears manager Lee Seung-yeop expressed regret at the cancellation of the rain and delivered a message of consolation to the people who suffered from flood damage.포커카지노

Doosan canceled the 11th game of the season against the KIA Tigers in the 2023 Shinhan Bank SOL KBO League, which was scheduled to be held at Kia Champions Field in Gwangju on the 22nd.

Doosan defeated KIA 5-2 the day before and ran a 10-game winning streak. It has been five years since June 2018 and the third time since the club was founded in 1982 to taste the joy of 10 consecutive wins.

In the case of coach Lee Seung-yeop, he tied the record for the most consecutive wins in the regular league in his debut season as a coach in KBO history. If you win just one more game, you can write a new history at the same time as Doosan’s record for the most consecutive wins in the regular league team and the most consecutive wins in the manager’s debut season.

However, the sky put a stop to director Lee Seung-yeop and Doosan’s progress for a while. The game was canceled 1 hour and 30 minutes before the start as heavy rain poured down in the Gwangju area from the morning on that day.

KBO game supervisor Han Yong-deok, who was dispatched to the scene, looked at the ground conditions and weather forecast, and judged that normal play would be difficult, so he quickly decided to cancel the rain.

Coach Lee Seung-yeop said at the official briefing that started before the decision to cancel the rain, “I think I’m playing a game and I’m preparing. If it rains, I can’t help it.”

The rainy season this summer is terribly harassing the entire nation. The KBO also came up with a superpower to schedule a game on Monday immediately if a weekend game is canceled due to rain for the time being until August amid frequent cancellations due to rain.

The biggest problem is the loss of life. Accidents such as flooding in torrential rain continued one after another, leading to unfortunate disasters.

In an official briefing on the 21st, Hanwha coach Choi Won-ho said, “(Regions related to Hanwha) Cheongju and Osong are suffering a lot of damage as it rains a lot. In the meantime, if it rains, they said they would follow the will of the sky, but I am careful. I hope it will be clear for the time being.”

Director Lee Seung-yeop, after hearing the news of the cancellation of the rain at the end of his official briefing, expressed his regret with a bitter smile, saying, “I really hope the rain will stop now.”

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