Noh Si-hwan and foreign hitter Nick Williams of the Hanwha Eagles started the cannon. On the 15th, he hit the 28th and 4th home runs of the season, respectively, in the NC Dinos game held at NC Park in Changwon.토토사이트

In the first game of the KBO League, NC left-handed starter Tanner Tully (29) attacked a fastball thrown and turned it into a home run. It was like showing Tanner the spiciness of the KBO League.

In the first inning, there were no two runners. In 1B, Tanner’s 143 km/h fastball hit the high course outside the strike zone. Roh Si-hwan hit this ball and connected it with a left-handed home run to score the first run.

The recent home run pace is scary. On August 12, against Doosan Bears in Daejeon, he hit No. 27 and added it in two games. In the last 5 games, they drove 5 of them.

At the beginning of the 6th inning, where the score was 1-1, Williams’ bat, which went out in the 2nd, spewed fire. He pulled a 140km fastball into the first runner and second baseman and passed it over the right wall. It was the first home run in eight games since the KIA Tigers game on August 4.

It is more welcome because it is a home run by Williams. Williams, who went down to 7th and 8th due to sluggish hitting, has recently felt a sense of hitting.

this is coming alive Coach Choi Won-ho raised Williams, who had 2 hits and 1 RBI, to 2 against Doosan on the 13th with 7.

Hanwha, who led 3-1, gave up one point each at the bottom of the 6th and 7th innings. The match went into overtime and ended in a 3-3 draw. It’s a disappointing draw for Hanwha. From the first day of three consecutive matches during the week, even after starting the bullpen, they failed to bring victory.

It was the same 9 days ago. On the 6th, against the KIA Tigers in Gwangju, it was a 4-4 draw in the 12th overtime. After leading 4-2, he allowed a tie by conceding runs in the 8th and 9th innings. It is 4 wins, 6 draws and 6 losses in 16 overtime matches this season.

NC Tanner finished the first game with 6 hits and 3 runs in 6 innings. In his KBO League debut, he had a quality start (6 or more innings in a start, no more than 3 earned runs). It was not a pitch that overwhelms the batter, but a stable pitch

It was impressive.

Hanwha starter Felix Pena pitched 3 runs in 6⅓ innings. On the 9th, in the KT Wiz match, it collapsed with 8 runs in 4⅓ innings, but it calmed down the concerns.

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