Moon Sung-ju hit a game-winning three-run triple

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LG Twins’ Moon Sung-ju hit a game-winning three-run triple to lead a come-from-behind victory.

The LG Twins pulled off an 8-5 come-from-behind victory over SSG on Monday at Jamsil Stadium in Seoul. Moon Sung-ju started in the No. 2 spot in right field and went 2-for-3 with a double, a walk, three RBIs and three runs scored.

Down 0-3 in the top of the first inning, Moon led off with a single to left and stole second. Kim Hyun-soo followed with a single to left and came home to score the go-ahead run. One out later in the inning, he was retired on a fly ball to left field.

LG loaded the bases in the fifth inning with a walk and stolen base by Oh Ji-hwan, a single by Koo Bon-hyeok and a walk to Hong Chang-ki. 카지노사이트 Moon Sung-joo swung wildly at the first pitch and hit a two-pitch triple to right-center field that cleared the center fielder’s glove. She then came home on a wild pitch to tie the game at 5-5.

With two outs in the seventh inning, he drew a bases-loaded walk and scored on Kim Bum-seok’s infield single. It was 8-5.

“It was a bases-loaded situation, but I felt confident because I didn’t have a bad feeling, and I think it came at a good time,” Moon said after the game. “I didn’t care about the feeling of the hit, and I was confident because I experienced a bad floor once,” he added.

“It was my first triple of the season, so I was happy to run (to third base),” he said. “I don’t remember many triples in the big innings. It was my first triple this year, so I think it will be very memorable because I hit it in a sweep.”

Before the game, coach Yoon Kyung-yup emphasized the importance of the No. 2 spot in the batting order. It was important for LG’s scoring power. Moon Sung-ju batted second on the day.

“Going out to bat means that the coach trusts me, so I tried to repay him, and I think I had a good result,” Moon said. “There’s nothing different about No. 2, I just try to hit the same. I think it follows the feeling of hitting. The fact that the manager uses me as No. 2 is because I think the manager thinks, ‘I’m not hitting badly,'” he said.

At the end of April, his batting average dropped to the 2.6s, but has recently risen to 3.0s.

“It was the first time I was this bad at the beginning of the season. Hyun-soo said to me, ‘I think I’m trying to hit consistently well this year because I originally dropped a lot in the second half of the season,’ and I thought that time will take care of it, because even if you hit a baseball well, if you go straight at it, you’ll die, and if you don’t hit it well, you’ll still get a hit.”

Last year’s champions, LG, are in mid-table with 19 wins, two draws and 18 losses. “It’s still May,” Moon Sung-ju said, “and we lost yesterday, so we’re at five points, but Hyun-soo won the championship last year, so everyone’s expectations are high, 메이저사이트 and they’re doing well in May. I think so too, and we’re not even halfway there yet, so I think we’ll go up if we’re in good shape because we have a lot of pitchers coming back, like Seung-hyun and Deok-ju,” Moon said.

Moon was drafted by LG in the 10th round (97th overall) of the second round of the 2018 KBO Draft. After completing his military service, he earned a spot in the LG outfield starting in the 2022 season. Despite being drafted in the last round, he has emerged as the starting outfielder for the champions.

On Mother’s Day, Moon sent a bouquet of flowers to his parents. His parents live in his hometown of Ulsan. When asked to say something to his parents, he hesitated for a moment before saying, “Thank you for giving birth to me, and thank you for giving me a healthy birth. I will work harder.” After the interview, Moon’s eyes were red.

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