‘Samsung trembling’ as emergency Hanwha seeks seventh straight win in 18 years

The Hanwha Eagles, who are shaking up the Korean Baseball Organization with their frightening rise, will try to win their seventh straight game against the Samsung Lions.카지노사이트

Hanwha begins a three-game weekend series against the Samsungs in Daegu on the 30th.

Hanwha has been on a roll lately. They have won six straight games since losing to KIA on Nov. 20. After winning two straight games after the first loss against KIA, Hanwha won the weekend series against the league’s third-ranked NC with two straight wins. Had the final game not been declared a no-game due to rain, a sweep was possible.

Back at home, Hanwha won two in a row against KT, the top winning team in June, to extend their winning streak to six games in 1371 days.

With momentum on their side, Hanwha will look to continue their winning streak against last-place Samsung. If Hanwha wins the 30-game series, it will be their seventh consecutive win in 18 years.

Hanwha will start Moon Dong-ju, a strong Rookie of the Year candidate this season, in the first game of the three-game weekend series. Moon made his first start of the season on April 6 against Samsung, tossing five innings of one-hit ball to earn the win.

Hanwha’s bullpen has been somewhat depleted during the recent winning streak, but with the game on April 29 canceled due to rain, the pitching staff will be able to rest up a bit. Even the sky is helping Hanwha.

Samsung, on the other hand, is in the worst shape. With just two wins in their last 10 games, Samsung has fallen to the bottom of the league.

After falling to the bottom on the 22nd, Samsung is now four games behind ninth-place Hanwha, making it difficult for them to catch up. Depending on the outcome of this weekend’s three-game series, the gap could be as high as seven games. If Samsung can’t get more than a winning series at home, their last place finish this season could be cemented early.

It could be their first last-place finish in franchise history. Samsung has never finished last in the KBO before. But Hanwha, which has been in last place for the last three seasons in a row, has rallied in June to close the gap on Samsung, and the two teams have been evenly matched this season.

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