Lee Woo-sung (KIA Tigers), who suffered “bad luck” colliding with the referee, washed away his disappointment with his first grand slam in his life.
Lee Woo-sung played as the sixth batter and hit his first grand slam in the game against the Doosan Bears in the 2023 Shinhan Bank Sol KBO League at Gwangju-Kia Champions Field on the 15th.먹튀검증
Lee Woo-sung, who entered the batter’s box in the fourth inning when his team was being dragged 1-2, faced Doosan starter Brandon Waddell. On a two-ball-2 strike, he hit his seventh slider to form a grand slam over the left fence. It is Lee Woo-sung’s seventh home run of the season.
It is also the first grand slam that Lee Woo-sung, who joined the professional league in 2013, has played since his debut. Lee Woo-sung has drawn 18 arches so far.
With Lee Woo-sung’s one shot, KIA succeeded in reversing the game 5-2.
He also made up for the disappointment he left in his previous at-bat.
Lee Woo-sung entered his first at-bat in the second inning with one out and third base, when his team was losing 0-1, and hit a ground ball toward third base.
At this time, third baseman Huh Kyung-min’s throw to first base missed, and third baseman Choi Hyung-woo passed home.
Lee Woo-sung, who stepped on the first base and confirmed that the ball fell out, turned around and headed to second base.
The problem is that Na Kwang-nam, who was watching the ball, failed to avoid Lee Woo-sung. Lee Woo-sung, who collided with Na Kwang-nam’s first base, collapsed on the ground.
In the meantime, second baseman Park Gye-beom tagged Lee Woo-sung. Lee Woo-sung, who could have been aiming for second base if he had not collided with the referee, had to return to the dugout.
A KBO official explained, “Even if the runner bumps into the referee, the game will be played as it is.”