KT’s Hwang Jae-gyun makes a dizzying defensive play that sends his body flying toward the opposing dugout.
The game between KT and SSG at KT Wiz Park in Suwon on the 9th was the second consecutive day that the two teams played a nail-biting game. The game ended in an 8-8 tie after 12 extra innings.
Hwang Jae-gyun started the game as the No. 3 hitter and contributed to the team’s batting lineup with two hits, and he also played well on defense, saving one run after another.
Hwang’s defensive play came in the top of the 10th inning of extra innings when the teams were tied at 8-8.
In the top of the 10th inning, Park Sung-ho came to bat with two outs and a 1B2S count, and received a pitch from KT closer Kim Jae-yoon.
Park’s pitch rose high off the bat and fell in a parabolic arc toward the third base dugout, where Hwang Jae-gyun, who saw the location of the hit, raced to the plate without delay.
An unbelievable scene unfolded in front of the SSG players, who were focused on the high fly ball.
Just as they turned to avoid the ball falling inside the dugout, Hwang Jae-gyun suddenly appeared with his body flying. 카지노
The SSG players were dumbfounded by what had just happened.
When batters come running to the dugout to catch a ball, there are times when you can grab them or give them a signal to stay away to prevent injury, but it happened so fast that they couldn’t do anything.
There was a moment of silence in the Landers dugout as they feared a major injury, but their fears were unfounded.
Hwang Jae-gyun stood up as if something had happened, and the faces of the Landers players turned from shock to laughter. The SSG players cheered him on as he walked out onto the field, rubbing his elbow as if it had been cut during the defense.
When Hwang returned to the field, he was more disappointed that he couldn’t catch the ball than the pain of his wound.