“I didn’t help you…” A 10-hit, no-hit humiliation, broken up by a single, three-RBI triple

It was the one shot that washed away the no-hitter. LG Twins outfielder Moon Sung-ju hit a game-winning single to lift his team to the 30-win plateau.

Moon went 1-for-4 with a home run and a walk against the Kia Tigers on April 28 at Gwangju-Kia Champions Field. One of his hits was a game-winning토토사이트 three-run triple. After struggling throughout the weekend series against Kia, he shined when it counted.

Starting in the No. 2 spot in left field, he hit a bases-loaded single in the first inning, but was saved by a throwing error by KIA third baseman Byun Woo-hyuk. His second at-bat in the second inning was a fly ball to right field.

On the 26th, he retired on a fly ball to left field, a fly ball to center field, a fly ball to center field, and a ground ball to shortstop. On the 27th, he hit a fly ball to center field, a fly ball to left field, a grounder to second base, a strikeout, and a fly ball to center field. Eight of his nine at-bats were hitless. He fell out of the top spot in the batting order.

He went 10-for-10 until his second at-bat of the day, but he broke through in the fourth inning. With a 3-0 lead, Park Hae-min singled to left, Shin Jae-min walked to pitcher Ak Song-gu, and Hong Chang-ki was hit by a pitch to load the bases.

With a 3-1 advantage in the count, Moon Sung-joo drew a five-pitch at-bat against left-handed sidearm pitcher Kim Dae-yoo and hit a line drive that rolled down the first base line. All three runners reached base and he advanced to third. Moon followed with a single to center field.

It was a big hit that erased the earlier slump, and the team won 7-1.

After the game, Moon Sung-ju said, “I didn’t help the team too much during the three-game series, but today I got a hit at a crucial time. I’m grateful to the manager for continuing to believe in me, and I’m grateful to the coaches.”

On the process of producing the three-run homer, he said, “There was no aiming. I just went into the at-bat thinking that I had to make it happen. The ball just happened to fall on the first base line and it was a nice hit.”

Finally, he thanked the fans who cheered him on from the first base seats, saying, “The fans who came to the stadium in bad weather and cheered us on made me stronger. I am very grateful to them.”

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