‘No runs on no hits→2G just 2 runs’ Binta…’7 innings KKKKKKKKKKK’ Ace’s sigh of relief after perfect innings [Ulsan Report].

Lotte Giants’ outside ace Charlie Barnes pitched another impressive game. However, his bid for a fifth win of the season fell short.온라인카지노

The Lotte Giants’ Barnes took the mound against the Doosan Bears at Munsu Baseball Stadium in Ulsan on the 1st.

He was looking to continue the momentum from the previous day’s thrilling 10-inning win in extra innings, but also to break his cycle of “fondant-fondant” pitches and slumping form.

Prior to this game, Barnes was 4-4 with a 4.35 ERA in 13 games and 68 1/3 innings pitched. Aside from an awful April (7.58 ERA in four games), he’s been more consistent in May.

The problem is that he has a bad outing every two games. When he’s pitching well, he pitches monster games like the one against Doosan on 10 May (6⅔ scoreless innings) and the one against SSG Landers on 18 June (7 scoreless innings). On the other hand, he can also have big outings, like on 13 June against Hanwha (3 runs in 3⅓ innings) and 24 June against LG Electronics (4 runs in 2⅓ innings).

“I want him to pitch five or six strong innings,” manager Larry Sutton said. Sutton delivered. He dominated the Doosan bats until the seventh inning, allowing one run on five hits and striking out 11. He also kept his pitch count under control with 95 pitches in seven innings.

In the bottom of the first inning, Yang Suk-hwan singled and Yang Ji-won doubled to open the scoring. Barnes struck out Kim Jae-hwan in the first inning, then Kang Seung-ho, Rojas, and Kim Dae-hyun in the second. He allowed a single to Yang Ji in the third and a walk in the fourth, but struck out Yang Seok-hwan, Kim Jae-hwan and Kang Seung-ho. Rojas in the fifth, Jeong Soo-bin in the sixth and Kim Dae-hyun in the seventh were sacrificed to strikeouts.

In the top of the seventh inning, he was helped by a super-catch from Yoon. With one out, Rojas hit a line drive to deep right-centre, but Yoon made a diving catch behind the plate. Barnes clapped and thanked her.

The problem was the batting. The Lotte bats, which had been locked down by Doosan’s Brandon for seven scoreless innings the day before and only broke through in the bottom of the 10th in extra innings, were silent again today.

They didn’t get a hit until the fourth inning against Doosan starter Kwak Bin. Rex singled in the second and Ahn Chi-hong was hit by a pitch in the fourth, but neither had anything to do with the score. With runners on first and second in the fifth and the bases loaded in the sixth, it became difficult to look at Rex’s face as he failed to score a single run, ending his three-game hitting streak against Bean with just one run in two games.

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