James Nail will look to win his fifth straight game

Foreign pitcher James Nail, 31, of the Kia Tigers of the Korean Baseball Organization (KBO) will look to win his fifth straight game and reach 30 wins.

Nail will take the mound against the Lotte Giants at 6:30 p.m. on April 21 at Sajik Stadium.

Kia leads the league with 29 wins, one draw and 16 losses this year. The team hasn’t dropped a spot since taking over first place last month on May 9th.

Kia is currently on a four-game winning streak (including one draw) and has established itself as a dominant force. They have also been dominant against Lotte this year, going 2-0-0.

Kia’s strength is its starting lineup,바카라사이트 which includes Nail, Will Crow, and Yang Hyun-jong, along with a hot batting lineup led by Kim Do-young, Lee Woo-sung, and Choi Won-joon.

Of the starters, Nail has been the most consistent.

Since making his KBO debut this year, Nail has appeared in nine games, posting a 5-1 record with a 1.83 ERA. He has the lowest ERA of any pitcher in the league who has pitched regulation innings and is tied for the team lead in wins. He has a low 1.13 walks allowed per inning pitched (WHIP).

He throws a two-seam fastball that tops out at 150 mph and a slider.

He also mixes in a cutter and changeup. He has 56 strikeouts in 54 innings with only eight walks, and his command is excellent.

With Crowe and Lee out of the lineup due to injuries, KIA will need Nail to pitch well.

Nail has made one appearance against Lotte this year and recorded a win. In his debut on March 27, he allowed one run on five hits (one home run) in six innings.

If Nail gets the win, he could move into sole possession of first place on the all-time wins list.

Samsung Lions’ Won Tae-in (5-2, 2.06 ERA) will also be looking for his sixth win of the season against KT Wiz on the same day.

Lotte’s Charlie Barnes, who starts against Nail, 온라인카지노사이트 will also be looking for a win. Lotte (15 wins, 2 draws, 27 losses) is looking to escape the bottom of the standings, and Barnes has a lot of responsibility.

Barnes has pitched one game against KIA this year, allowing one run on four hits (one home run) in six innings.

In nine games this year, Barnes is 2-2 with a 3.83 ERA. He leads the league with 72 strikeouts on the year, including 52 in his last five games.