Noh Si-hwan of Hanwha has not scored a single hit for a week. It is a no-hit streak in 35 at-bats. 

Noh Si-hwan started as a third baseman in the match against LG at Jamsil Stadium on the 21st. He came out 2 times on the 19th, 3 times on the 20th and 4 times on the day. 

Coach Wonho Choi said before the game, “Everyone gets lost in the second round, but today, we put Oh Seon-jin, who has a good record as a left pitcher, as the designated hitter, and switched the batting order of Sihwan and Eunseong.” Coach Choi puts emphasis on a strong second hitter and drives batters with good hitting feel into the first through fourth positions. I changed it to No. 4 because Noh Si-hwan didn’t feel good at hitting. 

In the game the previous day (20th), Noh Si-hwan had 6 at-bats, 5 at-bats, no hits and 1 walk, and has recently been in a slump with no hits in 27 at-bats in 31 at-bats. At the beginning of the season, he was very active as the team’s center hitter, but recently fell into a sudden slump. 

Noh Si-hwan came out as the lead batter in the second inning and withdrew with a fly ball to center fielder. The 4th at bat, trailing 0-1, was the most disappointing. For Hanwha, Jeong Eun-won, the lead hitter, walked, and Chae Eun-seong walked after a run, creating chances for the first and second bases. LG starter Kim Yun-sik’s pitch was shaken. The pitching coach climbed the mound, broke the flow, and went down.

Noh Si-hwan hit the 3rd pitch in a 1-ball, 1-strike, and it became a grounder in front of the third baseman. Byeongsalta leading from 3rd baseman to 2nd baseman to 1st baseman. It was the worst result in the best chance made by Hanwha batting order that day.먹튀검증

In the 7th inning, which was behind by 0-3, he withdrew with a looking strikeout at Jung Woo-young’s two-seam in the 7th inning. In the 9th inning, trailing 1-4, he was out with a fly ball to center fielder against Park Myeong-geun. 

No hit in 4 at-bats, hitting two big balls that were caught right in front of the right fence the day before, and the feeling of hitting seemed to be getting better little by little. However, on this day, he failed to break the no-hitter chain. 

He has been catching and handling difficult balls lately in third base defense. In the game on the 20th, at the end of the 9th inning, Kim Min-seong caught a ground ball on 1st and 2nd base, stepped on 3rd base, and threw it to 1st base, treating it as a double stroke. He caught difficult bounces well and succeeded in double killing with quick movements.

However, in terms of batting, Noh Si-hwan, who recorded 2 hits in 5 at bats against Incheon SSG on the 13th, has since gone 35 at bats and 31 at bats in a row without a hit. He has not been able to see a hit this week as he has been hitless in the last 7 games in a row. Roh Si-hwan’s batting 

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