Kim Gwang-hyeon (33, St. Louis Cardinals) appeared in 9 days and took a first step towards the comeback victory with a goalless counterattack.
Kim Kwang-hyun appeared as a relief on a visit to the Milwaukee Brewers against the Milwaukee Brewers at American Family Field in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA on the 24th (Korean time) and gave up two hits and two walks in two innings, but completed the mission without granting.
He threw 38 balls and threw 21 shots. Kim Kwang-hyun’s ERA fell to 3.56.
After receiving baton from starting pitcher Adam Wainwright, who gave up five points in four innings, Kim Kwang-Hyun climbed the mound at the end of the fifth inning, which was the 1-5 lead. It was the first time in nine days since the New York Mets on the 15th.
Kim Kwang-hyeon was hit by Willy Adames at first and first base and gave Christian Yelich a ride to create a full-base crisis himself.
In the hump, Kim Kwang-hyeon caught Eduardo Escobar with a floating ball in the right field and even Luis Urias cooked a third ground ball to finish the entry unmarked.
After catching two exits at the bottom of the sixth inning, Kim Kwang-hyun faced a second risk of yielding a Manny Piña double, but extinguished the lead fire Abisail Garcia with a ground ball.
Kim Kwang-hyun was substituted in the seventh at bat.
St. Louis scored four points with Paul Goldschmidt’s two-run homer in the seventh and balanced him 5-5.
Goldschmidt painted a solo bow in the middle of the month with wedge 8-5 in the ninth.
St.Louis ran for a 12-win streak, two wins closer to the club’s record of most consecutive wins (14 wins) set in 1935.