The fury of a humiliated rookie, the inevitable growing pains of a baby eagle.

Hanwha rookie Moon Hyun-bin struggled to catch a pitch.

Go Woo-seok’s walk-off blast in the bottom of the ninth inning gave Hanwha a 6-5 victory over LG in Daejeon on Monday. After being swept in a midweek three-game series against Doosan, Hanwha turned things around with a thrilling win over second-place LG.토토사이트

In a game of back-and-forth battles, LG took a 3-0 lead in the top of the third inning thanks to an RBI single by Moon Sung-joo and an RBI double by Austin.

Hanwha fought back in the bottom of the sixth, scoring one run on a Chae Eun-sung single with runners on first and second and tying the game at 3-3 on a Choi Jae-hoon push single and a Moon Hyun-bin grounder.

Moon’s unfortunate defense came in the top of the seventh inning with the score tied at 3-3.

With the bases loaded and two outs, Kim Hyun-soo took a four-pitch fastball from reliever Kim Bum-soo and hit it up the middle.

He swung, but the pitch hit his glove and fell away.
Moon Hyun-bin, who was leaning toward left field, swung at the ball, but the ball hit the front of his glove and went sideways. The runner from second came home, making the score 4-3, LG’s lead.

Moon expresses his disappointment by slamming his glove down.

After failing to catch the ball, Moon expressed his disappointment. He slammed his glove down on the ground, then stood up straight and slammed it down with both hands.

Right fielder Lee Jin-young quickly moved the ball to the infield.

Moon Hyun-bin slams his fist on the ground in frustration.

The competitive rookie’s anger baffled Lee Jin-young, who was on the sidelines. Moon Hyun-bin had made a disappointing defensive play against Jamsil Doosan the day before (Aug. 8). He missed the drop zone of a short fly ball hit by Hong Seong-ho and was unable to catch the ball.

Moon Hyun-bin dropped the ball at the end of the fourth inning of the game against Doosan in Jamsil on the 8th because he didn’t recognize the location of Hong Seong-ho’s hit.

Running to the dugout after playing defense in the top of the seventh inning
Hanwha was able to save the day and ended the inning with a single run in the seventh. Moon Hyun-bin’s expression was grim as the disappointing defense lingered in his mind.

It was his teammates who embraced him. Hanwha’s teammates who greeted him in front of the dugout all extended their hands to greet him, and coaches Jeon Sang-ryeol and Choi Yoon-seok, who are in charge of the defense, also rushed to the youngest player and hugged him.

He hung his head in disappointment for the second day in a row, but he had his teammates. You must quickly erase the bad play from your mind. As you gain experience, you will make fewer mistakes.

It’s a time of maturation toward perfection, a time of harsh growing pains for a baby eagle that will only grow stronger with each trial.

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