SSG beat Kiwoom and top of KS…The joy of winning…

SSG beat Kiwoom and top of KS…The joy of winning…

SSG beat Kiwoom and top of KS…The joy of winning the combined championship in 12 years


Professional baseball SSG Landers beat Kiwoom Heroes to the top of the Korean Series (KS, best-of-seven series).

SSG beat Kiwoom Heroes 4-3 in Game 6 of the 2022 Shinhan Bank Sol KBO Postseason (PS) KS at SSG Landers Field in Incheon on the 8th.

As a result, SSG confirmed the KS championship with a total of 4 wins and 2 losses in the series. SSG, which won the “Wire to Wire” title for the first time in the KBO League’s 40-year history without ever missing the first place in the regular season this year, went straight to KS and even won the integrated championship

It is the first integrated victory of SSG, which acquired and re-founded SK Wyverns in early 2021.

It is the fifth time in four years (2007, 2008, 2010, 2018, and 2022) that SSG has reached the top of KS, including the days of its career (2007, 2008, 2010, 2018, and 2022).

It is the fourth time in 12 years that he has won an integrated championship since 2007, 2008 and 2010. In 2018, he went to PS as the second place in the regular season and lifted the KS trophy.

Kiwoom, who dreamed of winning the KS title for the first time since its foundation in 2008, gave up the trophy to SSG.

Kiwoom, which played PS as the third place in the regular season, defeated the KT Wiz and LG Twins in the semi-playoffs (semi-PO) and playoffs (PO) in a row and lost even after fighting well on the KS stage for the first time in three years since 2019. 먹튀사이트

The MVP of the series was replaced by 40-year-old veteran Kim Kang-min, who shot a walk-off three-run shot in the ninth inning in Game 5 of the KS. Kim Kang-min won 42 out of 77 votes in the baseball team’s vote, beating Choi Jung (21 votes) and Wilmer Font (14 votes) to become the MVP of the series.

He is the oldest MVP ever. Kim Kang-min, who became MVP at the age of 40, 1 month and 26 days, broke the previous KS oldest MVP award record (37 years, 7 months and 18 days) written by KT’s Park Kyung-soo last year.

Font, who started as an SSG starter on the day, was hit by two home runs in 7이닝 innings, but endured 7이니 innings and scored three runs, setting the stage for SSG’s victory.

Font, who led the team to a 6-1 victory with one run in seven innings in the second game of the KS, helped the team win by harvesting its second win in this KS alone.

In the batting line, Kim Sung-hyun emerged as a troubleshooter when he hit a timely double with two RBIs in the bottom of the sixth inning when he was being dragged 2-3.

Kiwoom, which played its 15th game of PS, gave SSG a chance to win by making a series of mistakes due to the burden of physical strength. Lim Ji-yeol hit a two-run home run in the third inning and Lee Jung-hoo hit a solo home run in the sixth inning against 2-2, but the team’s defeat faded.

Kiwoom scored the first goal.

At the top of the third inning, leadoff hitter Kim Hye-sung got on base with a right-handed hit, and Lim Ji-yeol hit a two-run home run over the right fence by targeting the opponent starter Wilmer Font’s second fastball of 145 kilometers per hour. Lim Ji-yeol’s third home run in his PS career.

SSG tied the score by taking advantage of the opponent’s mistake in the ensuing attack.

At the bottom of the third inning, SSG made consecutive hits by Choo Shin-soo and Jihoon Choi, creating one out, second and third base. Kiwoom right fielder Yasiel Puig threw to third base to catch Choo Shin-soo, who is aiming for third base, while Jihoon Choi ran to second base.

Since then, Kiwoom first baseman Jeon Byung-woo, who caught a ball when Han Yoo-seom grounded out with two outs and runners on second and third bases, hit a bad pitch, and both runners on second and third bases stepped home to balance it 2-2.

Kiwoom led 3-2 again with Lee Jung-hoo firing a superior solo shot in the top of the sixth inning without a runner with one out. Lee Jung-hoo pulled a high fastball outside the font and crossed the right fence. Lee Jung-hoo reported his second career home run in PS.

Kiwoom’s lead didn’t last long.

In the bottom of the sixth inning, Juan Lagares got on base due to a catch error by Kiwoom second baseman Kim Hye-sung, and Park Sung-eun picked up a walk to make first and second base with no outs.

SSG, which continued with one out and runners on second and third bases with Choi Joo-hwan’s sacrifice bunt, turned the game around 4-3 when Kim Sung-hyun hit a two-run timely double that penetrated the left-center.

Font also took the mound in the eighth inning and caught Lim Ji-yeol and Kim Woong-bin with a grounder to shortstop and a fly ball to center field, respectively.

Kim Taek-hyung, who took the mound without two outs in the top of the eighth inning, struck out Lee Jung-hoo.

SSG replaced the mound once again after Park Jong-hoon, who took over the mound in the top of the ninth inning, caught leadoff hitter Puig with a grounder to shortstop.

It was left-hander Kim Kwang-hyun who appeared in the bullpen. SSG manager Kim Won-hyung, who said before the game, “There is a drawing,” left Kim Kwang-hyun to the last moment of confirming the victory.

Kim Kwang-hyun secured the team’s victory with Kim Tae-jin’s grounder to shortstop and Lee Ji-young’s straight hit to first base. Kim Kwang-hyun earned his third career save in KS alone.

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