KIA Tigers vs. Hanwha Eagles - 5/13/20 KBO Baseball Pick, Odds, and Prediction
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Hanwha Eagles at KIA Tigers
KBO Baseball: Wednesday, May 13, 2020 at 5:30 am
The Line: KIA Tigers -125 / Hanwha Eagles -105 -- Over/Under: 9 Click Here for the Latest Odds
The Hanwha Eagles and KIA Tigers meet Wednesday morning in South Korea KBO baseball action.
The Hanwha Eagles have now lost five of their last six games and are riding a four-game losing streak. The Hanwha Eagles have scored three or less runs in each of their last four games and are coming off a 2-1 loss last night. In the losing effort, Jared Hoying and Lee Sung-yeol combined for three hits and one RBI while Kim Min-woo allowed zero runs and one hit in seven innings of work. The Hanwha Eagles have failed to win 14 of their last 16 games overall. Jang Shi-hwan gets the ball tonight for the Hanwha Eagles.
The KIA Tigers have split their last six games and have strung together back-to-back victories. The KIA Tigers have allowed just four runs and 14 hits in their last two contests, showing an improved effort pitching wise. In their latest victory, Jang Yeong-seok and Na Ji-wan combined for one hit and two RBI while Aaron Brooks allowed one run and seven hits in seven innings of work. The KIA Tigers have allowed one or less run in each of their last 19 innings. Lee Min-woo gets the ball tonight for the KIA Tigers.
The KIA Tigers have won six of the last seven meetings against the Hanwha Eagles and haven’t lost in each of the last seven meetings. Five of the last eight meetings between the Eagles and Tigers produced double-digit run totals.
I've said it in numerous articles that the Hanwha Eagles are fade material until further notice and they continue to come up short time and time again, adding to our bankroll. The Hanwha Eagles have won just twice in their last 16 games that dates back to last years regular season and includes the preseason. The KIA Tigers also haven't lost to the Hanwha Eagles in each of the last seven meetings. While things are going to turn around eventually, the form shows no reason to stop the trend now.
Give me the KIA Tigers, as blindly fading the Hanwha Eagles continues.