Kia Champions Field in Gwangju on the 22nd. This is what Doosan Bears manager Lee Seung-yeop said after hearing about the cancellation of 토토사이트 the rain against the KIA Tigers.
The rain that fell in Gwangju from the morning of that day showed a brief lull in the afternoon. About two hours before the start of the game, the rain almost stopped. However, soon the rain began to thicken again, and eventually, the KBO game management committee decided to postpone the rain. The match will be organized later in the day.
For Doosan, it was a regrettable for Doosan. Before the game, Doosan was on a 10-game winning streak. After catching all nine games in the first half in July, he also came from behind to win 5-2 against KIA in Gwangju on the 21st, the first game in the second half. Lee Seung-yeop, who set the record for the most consecutive wins in his first year as a coach in Korea, could tie Jerry Royster’s record for the most consecutive wins (11 consecutive wins) in his first year as a manager of the KBO League set by Lotte Giants in 2008.
But Lee shook his head. He said, “The game can be won or lost. However, there has been too much rain damage. I wish the rain would stop now,” he said. He expressed concern and regret over the flood situation that took place throughout the country due to record monsoon rains.
Coach Lee also said, “I don’t know if I will try to win 11 consecutive games. “Shouldn’t you ask the players rather than me?” he smiled and said, “I thought it was time to win nine consecutive games and lose once, but I think that such energy might have been lost during the All-Star break.” “The game can be won or lost,” he said. I’ve done as much as I could. “I hope the players don’t cling to winning consecutive games,” he said.