Unless my leg is broken, I want to keep playing Kim Hye-sung of the Kiwoom Heroes went 3-for-4 with a home run, two RBIs and two runs scored in a 10-8 win over the Lotte Giants at the Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul on 9 September Kim, who had been knocked out of the game the previous day after being hit in the knee by her own pitch, battled back from injury With the score tied 1-1 in the bottom of the third inning, Kim limped to second base on her follow-up hit. She came home on a groundout and an error With the score 6-1, she drove in three more runs with a leadoff single in the fourth and drove in the 10th with a sacrifice fly in the top of the fifth As Lotte self-destructed with three errors, Kiwoom escaped with a ninth straight loss and avoided the ignominy of setting a new team record for the longest losing streak The win was especially welcome for the team, which has lost 11 of its last 14 games (two wins and one draw) after losing star player Lee Jung-hoo to an ankle injury on the 23rd of last month “My leg feels uncomfortable, but it’s not so bad that I can’t play at all,” said Kim Hye-sung 카지노사이트 after the game, adding, “I’ll play if I have to go to the second team Looking back on the losing streak, Kim said, “I was very upset,” but added, “We had a lot of conversations (with the team) about ‘let’s work hard as a team’. I approached every game with that in mind She said she often keeps in touch with her best friend Lee Jung-hoo “Yesterday, when I got hit by the ball, she called me to see if I was okay,” Kim said, adding, “During the losing streak, she just told me to work hard and be strong because she knows how I feel “I think it’s just a matter of going up from here,” she said, adding, “I hope (the team) will do well today.”

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