Kim Dong-hyuk’s 5-inning no-hitter leads South Korea to 3rd place at the Asian Championships after beating the Philippines

The South Korean baseball team, which is loaded with up-and-coming talent, finished third at the 30th Asian Baseball Confederation Championship .The Korean team, coached by Lee Jung-myung (Dong-A University), defeated the Philippines 7-0 in the third-place game on Tuesday at the Taipei Dome in Taipei, Taiwan. Kim Dong-hyuk (Kiwoom Heroes) started the game and pitched a no-hitter, allowing just one hit and no walks in five innings.

Woo Kang-hoon (Lotte Giants) pitched two scoreless innings of relief, and Jung Hyun-soo (Songwon University-Lotte) and Jang Min-ki (KIA Tigers) each pitched one scoreless inning of relief to keep Korea off the board. At the plate, Jung Jun-jae (Dongguk University-SSG Landers) went 2-for-4 with two RBIs and two runs scored, and Jung Hyun-seung (Inha University-SSG) went 3-for-4 with two RBIs and one run scored .In the tournament, South Korea lost 0-4 to Chinese Taipei in the preliminary round to finish second in their 무료슬롯게임 group and failed to advance past Japan.

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