Finishing after coming from behind–Lotte’s Phil Seung-jo again.

Lotte’s bullpen collapsed.

Lotte took a 3-0 lead against LG in Jamsil on May 25, allowing the tying run to score in the bottom of the seventh inning before surrendering four runs in the eighth to lose 3-7.

Starter Dan Straily allowed one run on three hits and four walks in 5.1 innings. He left the mound with one out in the bottom of the sixth inning with a 3-1 lead. In the end, the high number of pitches, 102 in 5.1 innings, and Stratton’s early departure from the mound, which did not allow him to complete the sixth inning, contributed to the loss카지노사이트.

Lotte’s bullpen consists of Kim Jin-wook, Kim Sang-soo, Koo Seung-min, and Kim Won-joong. However, Kim Jin-wook had made a start the day before, giving up two runs (one earned) in 1.1 innings. As if they didn’t think they could get through the remaining 3.2 innings with the trio, Lotte brought in left-hander Shim Jae-min right behind Straylor.

In front of the left-hander, who had pitched 0.2 scoreless innings in his first appearance in a Lotte uniform since being acquired in a trade on April 22 against KT, were right-handers Oh Ji-hwan and Kim Min-sung. After Oh led off with a single to right, Kim Min-sung followed with a walk, and Park Hae-min grounded out to third to put runners on second and third, Lotte brought in reliever Kim Sang-soo.

After ending the sixth inning with an infield grounder, Kim Sang-soo collapsed in the seventh. After giving up a walk to leadoff hitter Shin Min-jae, he threw a wild pitch to Moon Sung-joo at first base, gave up a stolen base, and then gave up a triple to right field to Moon Sung-joo. After giving up an easy run, Lotte brought in Koo Seung-min, but he too gave up a run on five pitches to Kim Hyun-soo, who singled to center field. The score was tied at 3-3.

Set-up man Koo Seung-min, who pitched the seventh inning, came in for the eighth inning but was unable to hold on. An infield error led to a complete collapse of the Lotte bullpen.

After giving up a leadoff single to Moon Bo-kyung in the bottom of the eighth, Koo Seung-min put runners on first and second with a sacrifice bunt by Park Hae-min. Koo walked Park Dong-won in the eighth to put runners at 1-2, but induced Shin Min-jae in the ninth with an infield grounder.

The play was good enough, but there was an error. Shortstop Park Seung-wook caught the ball and tossed it just in front of second base. Second baseman Ahn Chi-hong, who was racing to the base, hesitated and fell as if he thought Park Seung-wook was going to run the bases himself, and Park’s toss went to the ground to an empty base. Meanwhile, second baseman Moon Bo-kyung rounded third base and came home.

Lotte was down 3-4. Closer Kim Won-joong, who was already warming up, took the mound.

He walked the first batter, Hong Chang-ki, on a wild pitch to start the inning, and then gave up a single to Moon Sung-joo at second. With runners on second and third, LG took a 6-3 lead, and a Kim Hyun-soo RBI single extended the margin to four runs.

Lotte’s bullpen, which had led the charge in the midst of the season’s early-season “starter crisis,” had seen its ERA soar to 6.26, the highest in the league, in 21 games through the last 24 days of June. With the bullpen giving up six runs after the starters were pulled after one run, Lotte’s winning percentage, which finished May at 6 percent, dropped to 5 percent (33-33).

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