Its After the Return of Na Seong-beom and Kim Do-young
After the Return of Na Seong-beom and Kim Do-young, the winning rate was 0.622… KIA challenges for 9 consecutive wins in 10 years
Jumped to 4th place with 8 consecutive wins… The gap with 3rd place SSG is 1.5 games.
The performance of the professional baseball KIA Tigers in the 2023 season is sharply different before and after June 23.
Until June 22, KIA remained in 8th place with 28 wins, 33 losses, and 1 draw (winning percentage of 0.459).
During this period, KIA’s team OPS (on-base percentage + slugging percentage) was 0.694, falling below the league average of 0.700.
From June 23rd to 4th, KIA’s OPS was 0.795. 카지노사이트
It is the highest among the 10 clubs and significantly exceeds the league average of 0.726.
KIA, with its firepower at the forefront, achieved 28 wins, 17 losses, and 1 draw (win rate 0.622) during this period.
KIA Tigers, which ranked second in winning percentage during this period following kt wiz (34 wins, 16 losses, winning percentage 0.680),
rose to fourth place in the intermediate rankings after the game on the 3rd.
From the Suwon KT game on August 24th to the Incheon SSG Landers game on the 3rd, they continued their 8-game winning streak.
It has been 2 years and 1 month since August 2021 that KIA achieved 8 consecutive wins.
If they win the game against the Doosan Bears in Jamsil on the 5th,
they will achieve 9 consecutive wins in 10 years and 3 months
since the Mokdong Nexen Heroes game on June 9, 2013 and the Daejeon Hanwha Eagles game (9 consecutive wins) on the 20th.
June 23rd, when KIA reached an inflection point, was the day Na Seong-beom (33) and Kim Do-young (19) returned.
Na Seong-beom started this season in the rehabilitation group due to pain in his left calf.
Kim Do-young suffered a broken left little toe while running base in his second game of the season, against SSG on April 2.
Na Seong-beom and Kim Do-young, who had been rehabilitating for a long time,
returned to the first team together on June 23, and later added strength to the KIA batting lineup.
Na Seong-beom posted a batting average of 0.344, 14 home runs, 44 RBI, and an OPS of 1.055 in 46 games.
Since June 23, he has ranked 1st overall in OPS, 4th in batting average,
2nd in home runs, and tied for 2nd in RBIs, and has been at the top of many offensive indicators.
Kim Do-young is also active during this period with a batting average of 0.299, 3 home runs, 24 RBI, and OPS of 0.828.
14 stolen bases were successful.
As Kim Do-young stepped up as a table setter and Na Seong-beom took his place in the cleanup trio,
KIA’s firepower rose to the top level in the KBO League.
Recently, we often see Park Chan-ho and Kim Do-young creating opportunities,
Na Seong-beom, Choi Hyeong-woo, and Socrates Brito solving the problem.
Since June 23, KIA’s team ERA is 4.11, ranking 5th in the league.
The height of the mound is about the league average,
but with the batting lineup overwhelming other teams,
KIA has emerged as a team that shakes up the KBO League’s leadership.
KIA also narrowed the gap with 3rd place SSG to 1.5 games.
Na Seong-beom and Kim Do-young, who regained their health,
hit and ran, and the Tiger Corps’ claws became sharper.