’11 runs in one inning to 10 runs down’ miraculous comeback victory, the true taste of baseball… Mulmungo tames Masango storm

In the top of the third inning, the scoreboard read “Alphabet B” (11 runs). At a time when everyone was talking about cold games, Mulmungo refused to give up.

On the 20th, Mulgeumgo won a come-from-behind 14-12 victory over Masan High School in the round of 16 of the 78th Cheongryonggi National High School Baseball Championship and Weekend League Wangjoong Wangjeon (co-organised by Chosun Ilbo, Sports Chosun and the Korea Baseball Softball Association) at Shinwol Baseball Stadium in Seoul.

If Japan has summer koshien, Korea has cheongryonggi. Summer is scary. There is no ‘tomorrow’ in the tournament-style high school baseball national championship. You hold on to the end of today until the very end.

Masango defeated favourites Duksugo and Busan in games one and two. Masango, which seemed to be emerging as the protagonist of the Blue Dragon era, was the victim of a miracle this time.

A total of 11 pitchers took the mound for both teams, and the game was a battle of 22 hits and 26 four-pitchers. Regardless of the quality of the game, Mulmungo’s performance was the epitome of student baseball’s never-say-die spirit.

Mulgungo scored the first run. In the bottom of the first inning, Kang Kang-kyung doubled and Kim Woo-sung singled to put runners on first and second. Masango brought in ace Ok Jin-ryul to put out the fire.

In the top of the third, Masango put on a fireworks display. Lee Jung-yoon hit a back-to-back RBI double to put runners on second and third, followed by a Bae Kang-min RBI double. Mulmungo brought in Kim Jae-duk after starter Seo Bo-han, but he gave up back-to-back infield singles. The next pitcher, Choi Ho-jae, gave up three walks, a wild pitch and a hit.

The fourth pitcher, Son Min-wook, got out of the long third inning after two walks and a wild pitch. Masango used a whopping 16 batters in the inning to score 11 runs. The stadium scoreboard only displays single-digit numbers. A 10-run inning is denoted by an A, and an 11-run inning is denoted by a B. On this day, the scoreboard at Xinyue Baseball Stadium read “B”.

With an 11-1 lead and the victory assured, Masango pulled Okjin-rate and brought in sophomore pitcher Lee Jae-won. It was a no-hitter. Mulmungo refused to give up

The bottom of the fourth inning was the start of the comeback. After a single by Lee Seung-ju and a walk by Han Dong-geun, Kim Ji-hoon laid down a bunt. It was a choice that baffled everyone watching. Kang Seung-young, the coach of Mulmulgo, was confident that the game could be overturned with a cold game. The bunt turned into a hit and the bases were loaded.

Against Masango’s fourth pitcher, Jung Min-hyuk, Mulmulgo pounded out a single, back-to-back pitches to the body, a sacrifice fly to right field, and a three-run homer to left field by Kim Woo-sung. In an instant, the score was 8-11, a three-run deficit.

Masango added a run in the top of the fifth, but Mulgil’s momentum was not dead in the bottom of the fifth. Han Dong-geun singled and Kim Ji-hoon followed with a bunt single to put runners on first and second. Gong Min-seo then hit an infield single to the third base side, but the throw from Masango’s third baseman was dropped, leaving him with one hit and one error. A wild pitch made it 10-12.

Masango tried their luck with new pitcher Kim Yoon-ha, but Mulgumgo’s hero, Kim Woo-sung, hit a two-run double to tie the game. Kim finished the day 3-for-5 with a home run and six RBIs. It was followed by Lee Seung-joo’s game-winning hit, which turned the score from 1-11 in the top of the third to 13-12 after just two innings.카지노사이트

This was followed by a streak of zeroes as both teams tired. However, Mulmungo added a run in the bottom of the eighth inning with a single and a double by Gong Min-seo. Gong finished the day 3-for-6 with a double, two RBIs and two runs scored.

First-year sidearm pitcher Dong-hwi Cho, who came on in the top of the fifth inning, was the unsung hero of the game as he pitched five innings of two-hit, two-walk ball in his first official game. Masango’s final batter, Sung Ji-baek, hit a sharp single down the left field line with two outs, but it was Mulmungo’s day. A picturesque diving catch by Mulmungo left fielder Ko Seung-hyun ended the game.

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