Nexen Heroes fans are celebrating all over the world after Tuesday’s game against the Kia Tigers. This is because after an exciting match, the Nexen Heroes Win the Wildcard Game after defeating the Kia Tigers 10-6. According to several baseball betting handicappers, this is not a surprise as the Tigers have been struggling this season.
The Nexen Heroes won the season arrangement 9-7. Statistically speaking, both team look equitably matched but in reality, the Heroes had the advantage. This is because the Heroes may have an edge in pitching in light of damage burdens to the Tigers’ staff.
The big difference was, left-hander Yang Hyeon-jong, the prevailing MVP of the standard season and the Korean Series in 2017. He was closed down after beginning on Oct. 3 with correct diagonal damage.
He had a below average customary season, with a 13-11 record and a 4.15 ERA in 184 1/3 innings. Furthermore, Yang’s nonattendance was expensive, particularly after he demonstrated his strength as a defining moment pitcher amid the 2017 Series.
Nexen Heroes and KIA Tigers Game Recap
The Heroes hammered out 11 hits at Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul and exploited four mistakes by their rivals. Thus, they achieved the following stage in the Korea Baseball Organization (KBO) postseason.
No. 3 hitter Jerry Sands keyed a late rally with a two-run homer and drove in four keeps running for the Heroes. In addition, the Heroes got three hits and a RBI from hard-hitting shortstop Kim Ha-seong.
The KIA Tigers squandered a two-homer day by Lee Beom-ho. This led to them leaving the race for the championship a year after winning the Korean Series.
As the fourth-seed, the Heroes required either a win or a tie to proceed onward. On the other hand, the fifth-seed Tigers needed to beat the Heroes in two straight recreations to progress.
The Heroes did what needed to be done in one diversion according to sports betting websites. No fifth-put group has survived the special case amusement since its presentation in 2015.