Left-handed hitter Kim Hyun-soo (35, LG Twins) broke away from his long-suffering no-hit record.

Kim Hyun-soo started as the designated hitter in the home game against the KT Wiz at Jamsil Stadium in Seoul on the 17th, and hit a heavy hit at the end of the 4th inning. With this, he broke the chain of 34 at-bats that had continued from the fourth at-bat against the Changwon NC Dinos on the 2nd.

It was a severe blow slump. On the 13th, against the Samsung Lions in Daegu, he was silent with no hits in 4 at-bats, followed by no hits in 32 consecutive at-bats. LG coach Yeom Gyeong-yeop gave Kim Hyun-soo a break in the match against Samsung on the 14th and against KT on the 16th.스포츠토토

Kim Hyun-soo, who returned to the starting lineup after three games, resigned with a fly to right field in the first inning and a strikeout on a swing in the third inning. His no-hitter streak extended to 34 at-bats, when he woke up from silence in the fourth inning. In the first base with two outs leading 5-2, KT starter Schulser attacked the second fastball and connected it with a heavy hit.

Meanwhile, LG is leading 5-2 as of the 5th inning. 

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