Pitcher Kim Kwang-hyeon, the returning ace of SSG, is taking control of the KBO league.

Today (the 8th), he ran for five consecutive wins with a scoreless pitch and lowered his ERA to 0.47.

Correspondent Lee Seong-hoon.


For the first time since returning to Korea, he took four days off and started playing, but Kim Kwang-hyun's position did not change.

He struck out in the 1st and 2nd innings and scoring crisis, striking out three batters in the 5th and 3 outings in the 6th with just 3 balls.

Kim Kwang-hyeon, who played 8 strikeouts and 3 hits until the 6th inning, took the lead with 5 wins in a row, and lowered the ERA to 0.47, leading the overwhelming solo lead.

Thanks to Kiwoom's ace Yokishi's two decisive throwing errors and Kron's fifth two-run home run of the season, SSG, who won 6-2, ran their second streak.


Samsung beat Lotte and sprinted for five consecutive victories.

In the ninth, finishing pitcher Oh Seung-hwan allowed a tie in the ninth, one point ahead, but in the 10th inning, Oh Jae-il pulled a two-run homer from Lotte finisher Choi Jun-yong, leading to a 4-2 victory.

KIA went on a five-game winning streak by beating Hanwha 7-6 with a scorching blow from Na Seong-beom, who hit three hits including the fourth home run of the season.

In the 7th inning, which was tied at 1-1, LG split the game with Hong Chang-ki and Moon Seong-joo's just-in-time hits, and returned to second place alone after winning three straight wins over NC.

KT defeated Doosan 5-0 with a scoreless pitch in 7 innings of starter So-Joon Soh.

(Video editing: Woo-Jeong Woo)