2020-05-10 01:00:00 EDT
The Kiwoom Heroes and Hanwha Eagles meet Sunday morning in South Korea KBO baseball action.
The Kiwoom Heroes are now 4-1 in the regular season and have won the first two games of this series 10-6. The Kiwoom Heroes have scored at least five runs in six of their last seven games and are averaging 5.8 runs per game so far this regular season. In their latest effort, Seo Keon-chang and Kim Ha-seong combined for two hits and two RBI while Han Hyun-hee allowed three runs and eight hits in six innings of work. The Kiwoom Heroes have now won eight of their last nine games dating back to the preseason. Jake Brigham gets the ball tonight for the Kiwoom Heroes.
The Hanwha Eagles are now 2-3 in the preseason and have failed to win 12 of their last 14 games overall. The Hanwha Eagles have allowed no less than four runs in each of their last four games and the offense fails to show up when the pitching actually performs well. The Hanwha Eagles are just all over the place and should be fade material until further notice like I’ve said countless times in the past. In their last effort, Jung Eun-won and Song Kwang-min combined for one hit and two RBI while Kim Ee-whan allowed one run and two hits in five innings of work. Warwick Saupold gets the ball tonight for the Hanwha Eagles.
The Hanwha Eagles have won four of the last seven meetings against the Kiwoom Heroes but have lost eight of the last 12 meetings. Five of the last six meetings produced single digit run totals.
We’re probably going to be forced to lay heavy juice again like yesterday, but it beats the alternative. As I’ve said many times in previous write ups, backing the Hanwha Eagles isn’t an option for me, as they’ve won just two of their last 14 games when you include this season, the preseason and the end of last year. In their current form, you’re making a profit blindly fading the Hanwha Eagles until further notice, even if forced to lay expensive prices.
Give me the Kiwoom Heroes for the sweep.