Kiwoom's key hitter Lee Jung-hoo recorded his first cycling hit since his debut.

With 4 hits, he virtually solidified the batting title.

Byung-min Yoo.


Lee Jung-hoo marked the beginning of a great record with a right-handed hit in the first two-out.

In the 5th inning, Hanwha Joo Hyeon-sang, who was lagging 1-0, scooped up the changing ball and drew an equalizing solo arch that went over the right fence, and in the 6th inning, he swept through the left center with a 3-run double.

Lee Jung-hoo's bat, who left only three bases in the record, did not stop.

After hitting the right-middle fence in the 8th one-out first and second bases, he ran to third base, completing his 29th and debut cycling hit in professional baseball history.

After hitting 4 hits, Lee Jung-hoo raised his batting average to 0.358, widening the gap with second-placed Baek-ho Kang by 8 ri, effectively solidifying the batting title.

With Lee Jung-hoo's 4 hits and 6 RBIs, Kiwoom won 9-4 over Hanwha, half a game over 5th place SSG, and continued their fight in the quarterfinals with 6th place alone.


Busy road to go 3rd place LG was satisfied with a 4-4 draw after a siege with Lotte.

After chasing with a push by Seo Geon-chang in the 6th inning, who fell 3-0, Chae Eun-seong succeeded in reversing with a sweeping 3-run double, but in the 8th inning, Jin Hae-soo allowed Han Dong-hee to tie a tie.

LG also had a chance to finish the ninth two-out third base, but Lee Hyung-jong only struck out and swallowed the disappointment.