Tuesday Night Game HIghlights (2013/05/07)

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Lotte 3 - KIA 0, Gwangju

See previous post for more details.

Nexen 6 - LG 4, Seoul (Jamsil)

The game was tied at two each at the end of the sixth inning. LG scored two in the bottom of the 7th on a double by Son Joo-In and a sacrifice fly by Oh Ji-Hwan to take the lead, but Nexen answered by scoring three in the top of the 8th on a solo homerun by Lee Seong-Yeol and a two RBI double by pinch hitter Oh Yoon. Nexen scored one more in the 9th and the final score was 6-4. Nexen reclaimed the top spot in the league following KIA's loss.

SK 8 - Doosan 3, Incheon

Doosan starter Lee Jae-Woo gave up two doubles, a single, a walk, and two bean balls in the bottom of the 1st. Doosan quickly fell behind 4-0 and would never recover. SK center fielder Kim Sang-Hyeon hit a two-run homerun in the bottom of the 8th in his very first game since being traded from the KIA Tigers. Kim finished with a total of three hits in the game.

Kim Sang-Hyeon's first homerun in an SK uniform

Hanwha 8 - NC 4, Changwon

NC held the lead at 4-3 since the end of the 4th inning. In the top of the 9th Hanwha found themselves down to their last batter, down by one with the bases loaded and two outs. NC pitcher Ko Chang-Seong beaned Hanwha third baseman Oh Seon-Jin to bring the tying run home. But Hanwha didn't stop there, as the next two batters both hit doubles to bring four more runs home. NC did not score in the bottom of the 9th, and the game ended with the score of 8-4.