Korean Baseball Fails to Make it to the Final of the Asian Championship… 3rd and 4th place match against the Philippines

The Korean national baseball team failed to advance to the final of the 30th Asian Baseball Championship.

The Korean national team, which is composed of a professional and amateur alliance led by head coach Chung In-myung (coach Dong-dae), lost to Japan 2-5 in the second Super Round match of the tournament at the Taipei Dome in Taipei, Taiwan on the 9th.

South Korea, which lost 0-4 to Taiwan in the group stage and reached the super round as second in the group with one loss, beat the Philippines 8-2 but failed to overcome Japan and ended up with only one win and two losses in the super round. 에볼루션 바카라사이트

Japan won three games to come to the finals, and Taiwan beat the Philippines 2-1 to take second place in the super round with two wins and one loss, and will clash with Japan for the championship at 7:30 p.m. on the 10th.

South Korea will play the third-place match against the Philippines at 1:30 p.m. on the 10th.

In the game against Japan, Korea gave the winning run to starter Lee Byung-hun (Doosan Bears) with two outs and runners on second and third bases in the third inning when the game was 0-0, and was dragged 0-2 by Ihara Ryuga for a timely hit.

In the fourth inning, he gave up consecutive hits with one out and runners on first and third bases, falling to 0-4.

South Korea followed one run with a ground ball by Jung Joon-jae (Dongkuk University) in the fifth inning with one out and runners on the second and third bases, and Kim Bum-seok (LG Twins)’ left-handed home run in the eighth inning chased 2-4.

Kim Bum-seok’s home run is the first home run of the Taipei Dome, which opened for the tournament.

However, South Korea scored one more point in the bottom of the eighth inning and fell to the knees by three points.

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