Lee Jae-hak’s no-hitter extends NC’s winning streak to four games

Baseball’s NC is on a roll, threatening the top of the standings. Veteran pitcher Lee Jae-hak pitched a perfect game today, extending his team’s winning streak to four games.

Reporter Jeon Young-min reports on the current situation.


Lee Jae-hak is a founding member of the NC, but he has struggled in the last three years and had to settle for a two-year contract even after becoming eligible for free agency after last season, and he didn’t even make the opening roster this season, let alone spring training.

After waiting for his chance with the second team, he finally made the first team on March 21, and has been nothing short of spectacular since.

From a six-inning no-hitter in his first game to three consecutive “quality starts,” and today he shut down the league-leading SSG bats with a perfect game.

Mixing a fastball that tops out at 146 mph, nearly 5 miles per hour faster than last year, with his trademark changeup, he struck out nine batters in a two-hit shutout through seven innings to earn his second win of the season.

NC swept SSG, 7-0, to extend their winning streak to four games. 메이저사이트

Kiwoom defeated KT 5-2 behind a seven-inning, one-run performance by ace Ahn Woo-jin, who returned from a 10-day break, and a grand slam by Kim Hye-sung.

In Daegu, which saw its second sellout of the season, Samsung led Lotte 9-3 behind two home runs from Oh Jae-il.

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