A big hit at a crucial time was the key to waking up the bats.

Kim Do-young of the KIA Tigers hit a two-run shot to help his team win the first game of a doubleheader against the KT Wiz. Kim smashed a two-run shot over the left field fence off Lee Ji-sung in the top of the second inning to give the Tigers a 1-0 lead at KT Wiz Park in Suwon on Thursday. It was a 141-kilometer outside fastball that was sprinkled with sprinkles. KT outfielder Alford gave chase, but the ball went over the fence for a two-run double. In addition to the two-run shot, Kim added an RBI single in the top of the sixth inning for a multi-hit game and a 10-2 victory.

After the game, Kim said, “It’s great that the team won. I’m playing every game with all my might, and I think that’s why I’m getting good results.” “My opponent has a good fastball, so I threw it in front of him with good timing, and it was a home run. The headwind was blowing hard, but when I hit it, I thought it would be caught.”

The KIA batting lineup has been struggling with the loss of Na Sung-beom and Choi Hyung-woo to injury. “I think injuries can happen at any time during the season,” said Kim Do-young. It’s unfortunate to lose a mainstay, but I think it’s a part of the season and I’m focusing more on what I need to do in the team. As a starter, I feel the responsibility,” he said. 레모나토토 “The team is still fighting for positions and we will not give up until the end. All the players are playing their hearts out, so I think we will have a good result. We will try to win the second game with all our might.”