Kiwoom Heroes rang the Doosan Bears for two days in a row.

Kiwoom won a 5-3 home game against Doosan today (17th) at Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul, winning 4 consecutive wins and staying in 3rd place.

Kiwoom faces 2nd place competitor Doosan 3 more times and ends the regular league.

It was similar to the previous day when he was dragged 4-1 and scored 6 points at the end of the 7th inning and won 7-4.

Doosan scored 2 points with Jung Soo-bin's right-middle double in the one-out 1st and 3rd base with 2 hits in the 2nd inning.

In the 6th inning, chased 2-1, he escaped 1 point with 3 consecutive hits by Kyungmin Heo, Joohwan Choi and Jose Fernandes.

Kiwoom went on a general offensive at the end of the 6th inning that Doosan starter Choi Won-jun went down.

Against Lee Hyun-seung, left handed, Kim Woong-bin first opened the gun with a double hit.

After walking, Kim Hye-sung stole second base and continued the opportunity to two-out second and third base.

Park Dong-won picked up a walk to fill the base, and Byeong-woo Jeon beat Doosan's third pitcher Chi-guk Park with a right hit from the left to achieve a 3-3 tie.

Doosan coach Kim Tae-hyung appointed Lee Seung-jin, who scored 4 runs the day before when Hong Gun-hee, the fourth pitcher in the 7th inning with 3-3 players, gave a hit and a walk.

Lee Seung-jin struck out Kim Woong-bin, but he sent Kim Hye-seong to third baseman with a hit and struck the ground.

At the chance, Byeon Sang-kwon struck down Lee Seung-jin's changing ball, which fell low, and fired a timely hit in the middle of a two-run reversal and roared.

(Photo = Yonhap News)