Eager-eyed twins waiting for this man?

‘Hurry up, I’ve been waiting for you~’ Smiles of joy lit up the Twins’ faces as they greeted Park Dong-won, who hit the game-winning two-run shot in the eighth inning.

The LG Twins pulled off a dramatic 5-4 comeback victory over the KT Wiz in Game 2 of the Korean Series at Jamsil Baseball Stadium on Monday.

It has been 21 years since the LG Twins won the Korean Series on Nov. 8, 2002. LG’s last Korean Series victory was an 8-7 win over the Samsung Lions in Jamsil on Nov. 8, 2002, exactly 21 years ago. With the win, LG, which lost Game 1 3-2, evened the series at 1-1 and heads to Suwon for Games 3 and 4.

After surrendering four runs in the top of the first inning to KT, 온라인카지노 LG rallied in the bottom of the third with Austin’s RBI single that put runners on first and third. LG pulled within one run in the sixth on a solo shot by Oh Ji-hwan and a double to right-center field by Kim Hyun-soo with two outs in the seventh that scored Park Hae-min from first base.

Trailing 4-3 in the bottom of the eighth, after leadoff hitter Oh Ji-hwan walked and Moon Bo-kyung sent him to second with a sacrifice bunt, Park Dong-won, who had a hit in the previous at-bat, came to the plate.

Park didn’t miss Park Young-hyun’s 124-kilometer changeup up the middle.

With a simple and powerful swing, Park pulled the pitch and launched a 125-meter reverse fastball over the left field fence.

It was a big hit that was immediately recognized as a home run. Park, who had been targeting the first pitch, raised his right hand high in the air as he headed to first base to celebrate.

It was a miraculous two-run shot that turned a 0-4 deficit into a 5-4 lead in the first inning. The ball sailed over the left-field fence, and as he crossed the plate, he raised his arms in celebration, and the LG fans who filled Jamsil Stadium chanted his name and greeted him enthusiastically.

After crossing home plate, Park jumped up and down to share his joy with Oh Ji-hwan, who had hit a solo shot earlier in the at-bat, and manager Yoon Kyung-yeop greeted him with a huge smile and a high-five. His teammates in the dugout were already waiting. The dugout twins, who were waiting for the home run hitter Park Dong-won, stood shoulder to shoulder and enjoyed the joy of the comeback with an exciting ceremony.

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