9.4 runs per game, ‘5 straight losses’ What the hell is going on with Samsung

The Samsung Lions have lost their fifth straight exhibition game against a Japanese team.

Samsung lost 3-11 to the Yomiuri Giants of Nippon Professional Baseball (NPB) in an exhibition game at the Naha Cellular Stadium in Okinawa, Japan, on Monday afternoon.

It was Samsung’s fifth straight loss in exhibition games against Japanese teams. The mound struggled, giving up 60 runs in five games, an average of 12 runs per game. The five walks on the day gave up 47 four-pitchers in five games. That’s about 10 per game.

Samsung lost 4-10 against the Junichi Dragons on Nov. 11, 1-13 against the Nippon Ham Fighters on Nov. 12, 0-8 against the Chiba Lotte on Nov. 14, and 3-18 in the return match against Nippon Ham on Nov. 17.

Samsung’s starting lineup was Kim Ji-chan (second base), Kim Jae-hyuk (left field), Kim Hyun-joon (right field), Kang Min-ho (designated hitter), Kim Young-woong (shortstop), Jeon Byung-woo (first base), Kim Jae-sung (catcher), Kim Dong-jin (third base), and Kim Sung-yoon (center field). Kang Min-ho made his first start.

The first inning was a tense affair.

Top hitter Kim Ji-chan continued his hot bat, going 3-for-4 with a double, two runs scored and a stolen base. He led off the first inning with a double, moved to third on Kim Jae-hyuk’s outfield single, and scored on Kim Hyun-joon’s grounder.

In the top of the third inning, Kim Sung-yoon singled and stole second and Kim Ji-chan singled and stole third to put runners on first and second, scoring on Kim Hyun-joon’s grounder. In the top of the fifth, Kim Ji-chan led off with an infield single and scored on Kim Hyun-joon’s RBI double to make it 3-2.

Kim drove in runners at every opportunity, going 1-for-4 with a walk and a run-scoring single to account for all three of the team’s hits. Kang Min-ho and Kim Sung-yoon also had hits, giving Samsung six hits.

Left-hander Lee Seung-hyun started the game. He threw three innings, allowing two runs on three hits, one walk and one strikeout with a fastball that was 토토 up to 147 mph. However, every pitcher in the next three innings – Hong Seung-won (1 run in 1⅓ innings), Lee Seung-min (3 runs (2 earned) in 1⅔ innings), Hong Jung-woo (1 run in 1 inning), Kim Tae-hoon (2 runs in 1 inning), and right-hander Lee Seung-hyun (2 runs in 1 inning) – gave up runs.

Samsung isn’t pitching at 100 percent for the scrimmage. In particular, they haven’t pitched until the fourth inning. The bullpen hasn’t seen any of its key pitchers, including Oh Seung-hwan, Kim Jae-yoon, and Lim Chang-min.

Nevertheless, it is concerning that the fifth starter and younger bullpen options are struggling. The bats have also been struggling, which is worrisome given the quality of the Japanese mound and the fact that they have only just started playing competitive games.

Samsung will play the Hanshin Tigers on the 20th and Nippon Ham on the 23rd, respectively. After the seven-game series against the Japanese team, Samsung will play three practice games against domestic teams such as Hanwha, Lotte, and KIA starting on the 26th.

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