The SSG Landers stay undefeated after Week 2 of the Korea Baseball Organization season. As a result, they are the number 1 KBO team to date, with eight wins.
The Landers began the first week of the season with a sweep of defending champion KT Wiz. Also, the Landers played at home for the first time this season. According to sports news coverage, Landers swept the Kia Tigers over the weekend.
Saturday’s game saw Kim Kwang-hyun’s return to the KBO mound for the first this season. He joined SSG’s rotation after a week of play. Kim, who played the last two seasons with the Cardinals in the MLB, failed to get a new contract during the lockout. He tossed for six innings without allowing a run. Also, he conceded only a hit, one walk, and five strikeouts.
Number 1 KBO Team
Kim’s strong beginning to the season is genuinely illustrative of the Landers crew. As opposed to depending on a couple of enormous names, the Landers have begun the season solid basically no matter how you look at it, presently leading the KBO for team batting average at .272, homers at seven, and team ERA at 1.97.
The Twins follow not far behind the Landers, with only one misfortune up to this point this season. The Seoul club cleared the Kiwoom Heroes to get going the week – 8-4, 2-1, 6-0 – before dropping a solitary game to the NC Dinos on Friday, 4-1, and returning to win two on the run, 7-6, 5-3, to adjust the end of the week.
People who bet on sports said that strong batting has helped keep the Twins so high up the table. Kim Hyun-soo dove deep three evenings in succession against the Heroes last week and afterward added one more against the Dinos on Sunday. Kim leads the KBO for homers to date. On the other hand, LG’s Moon Bo-gyeong is second for batting average at .458.
According to Korean sports betting sources, the Doosan Bears take the third spot with five wins and three defeats, losing two games to the Samsung Lions to begin the week and dropping one to the Lotte Giants.