Samsung’s Koo Ja-rook hit a run-scoring single in each of his scoring chances to help the team snap a three-game losing streak. Koo batted first in right field against KT at Samsung Lions Park in Daegu on Aug. 28.

Samsung loaded the bases in the second inning after Oh Jae-il singled and Kim Dong-jin and Kang Kang-ul followed with back-to-back singles. Lee Jae-hyun’s sacrifice fly to right field scored the first run. With two outs and runners on first and third, Koo came to the plate.

After a foul fly to third base in his first at-bat, Koo took an eight-pitch changeup on a full count from KT starter Bo Schuler and lined a double to right-center field. Kim Dong-jin and Kang Kang-ul both came home.

Samsung took a 4-0 lead in the fourth inning when Kang Kang-ul singled up the middle and Lee Jae-hyun laid down a sacrifice bunt to put runners in scoring position. At the plate was Koo Ja-rook.

After watching Schuler’s first-pitch changeup, Koo lined a two-pitch cut fastball into right-center field for a double. Kang rounded third base and scored. Koo scored on Jose Pirela’s single to left.

Koo, who had cooled off a bit in his last 10 games, batting just 2-for-5 (9-for-36), came through with his fixer DNA when the team was in trouble and gave them a valuable win.

Samsung beat KT 6-4 to snap a three-game losing streak dating back to May 25 against Doosan in Jamsil. Won Tae-in pitched six scoreless innings to earn his third win of the season.토토사이트

After the game, Koo said, “I actually didn’t feel good hitting. The team was on a losing streak, so I tried to focus more at the plate. As the team’s center fielder, I try to play even if I don’t feel well.”

“It rained at the beginning of the game today, but we were winning, so I wanted to finish the game. Above all, I’m happy to tell the fans who supported us in the rain that we won the game,” he smiled.

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