‘Aren’t you throwing straight?’ Han Dong-hee awakened after getting slapped, first 3-hit game of the season: ‘Thank you Hoon-yi’

“Why don’t you throw straight?” senior Jeong Hoon Jung shouted at junior Han Dong-hee, who made a one-bound throw to first base despite a good catch.

When Han Dong-hee, who had a great game in the first inning that drew applause from starter Staley, made a one-base throw with plenty of time to spare in the fourth inning, first baseman Jung Hoon scolded the junior.

Third baseman Han Dong-hee, who was running toward the first base dugout, waved and made an apologetic gesture toward first baseman Jeong Hoon, who neatly prevented the situation that could have led to a throwing error, but the senior’s retribution was waiting.

The first game of a three-game weekend series between the Lotte Giants and KIA Tigers at Sajik Stadium on Feb. 2. In the top of the first inning, KIA’s Socrates hit a 134-kilometer slider from Lotte starter Stratley. The ball sailed high into the infield.

The ball sailed high in the infield. The ball caught the wind and sailed into the third base bleachers. At the moment it was expected to be a foul ball, Lotte third baseman Han Dong-hee didn’t pay attention to the fence.

When she reached the fence, she grabbed it with her right hand, jumped up, and caught a Socratic pitch in her glove that would have been a foul. With Han at third base, Lakeview starter Streeley finished the first inning without allowing a run.

Unlike Streeley, who started the first inning with a no-hitter, the most difficult for a starting pitcher, Kia’s Yang Hyun-jong fell victim to Lotte’s “momentum. After giving up nine runs in the second inning, including a grand slam by Lee Hak-joo, Yang was pulled early, while Strillie pitched comfortably with plenty of run support.

Han Dong-hee, who hasn’t been hitting well lately and was dropped from the starting lineup, was moved to the bottom of the order. After drawing a walk in her first at-bat, she performed a “win” ceremony in her second at-bat, hitting a single against KIA’s Yang Hyun-jong in the second inning. It was a moment that broke the ice.

Lotte’s defense in the 4th inning with a 9-0 lead. In the second inning, KIA’s Lee Woo-sung pulled a hard grounder toward third baseman Han Dong-hee, who quickly judged the pitch with a “pop” and stretched out his glove in a dash.

After making a smooth, accurate catch on a tricky pitch, Han took a step and threw to first baseman Jung Hoon. The batter, Lee Woo-sung, didn’t 메이저놀이터 have the quickest feet, so he had plenty of room. The ball left the third baseman’s fingertips and was one-bound in front of the first baseman.

In a situation where he could have fallen backwards, veteran first baseman Jeong Hoon stretched out his legs, lowered his stance, and caught the ball in the mitt.

As Han Dong-hee approached the dugout with a shrug, Jung-hoon kicked the junior on the butt to wake him up. The senior’s whip didn’t stop Han Dong-hee from smiling and demonstrating Lotte’s recent momentum.

In addition to her focused defense, third baseman Han Dong-hee was on fire at the plate. She went 3-for-4 with two doubles, two RBIs, two runs scored, and one walk. It was her first three-hit game of the season, signaling a resurgence.