“Welcome home, Dong-won!” manager Yoon Kyung-yeop shouted as he greeted home run hitter Park Dong-won, but he was met with an unexpectedly powerful smash.
The LG Twins won 11-4 against KT on July 7 at KT Wiz Park in Suwon, South Korea. With the win, LG extended its lead over second-place KT to 6.5 games.
Park Dong-won drove in the winning run with a solo home run in the top of the eighth inning after LG took a 6-3 lead. With the bases loaded in the top of the eighth, Park took a three-pitch 148-kilometer fastball from opposing pitcher Kim Young-hyun and smashed it over the fence behind center field for a 125-meter home run.
As he rounded the bases and stepped on home plate, he was greeted at the front of the dugout by coach Yoon Kyung-yup. With a huge smile on his face, Park threw his hands up in the air and slapped his palms together.토토사이트
The excited home run hitter’s palm was powerful. Coach Yeom didn’t anticipate the spicy smash, so he stretched out his hand and was struck by a great pain.
It was a fierce expression from the players toward the manager at the moment of a thrilling score or victory.
His palms were numb, but he and his players were smiling. A victory was on the horizon to wash away the shock of the last-minute loss the day before.
The twin dugouts immediately erupted into a frenzy after Park Dong-won’s home run to seal the game.