# CROW AND ALCANTARA, THE LIKELY STARTERS FOR THE OPENING GAME, GAVE UP NO RUNS... FURADO IS FROWNED UPON Elias and Gwang-Hyun Kim ‘good performance’… Cuevas and Wilkerson are fine. Pitchers from each team who are expected to start in the opening game of the professional baseball regular season appeared in an exhibition game to check their condition. KIA Tigers' new foreign pitcher, Will Crow, started the game against the Hanwha Eagles at Hanwha Life Eagles Park in Daejeon on the 11th and pitched a perfect pitch, blocking 12 batters with 40 pitches in 4 innings. **[온라인카지노사이트](https://www.oncasino.site)** The 12 outs were made up of 8 ground balls and 4 strikeouts. Crow easily manipulated Hanwha's batting order by throwing an appropriate mix of five breaking balls, including a fast ball with a maximum speed of 155 km/h, a two-seam fastball, a sweeper, a change-up, and a slider. Hanwha's Felix Peña hit one home run, but struck out three, allowing two runs in 4⅓ innings and increasing the number of pitches to 72. KIA won 3-0 with Choi Won-jun's solo home run in the first inning, Kim Tae-gun's timely hit in the second inning, and Park Jeong-woo's one-run double in the ninth. Doosan Bears' unwavering ace Raul Alcantara also pitched against the Lotte Giants at Sajik Stadium in Busan, allowing 5 hits, 3 strikeouts, and no runs in 3⅔ innings. They faced the threat of conceding three goals due to poor ball control, but Alcantara cleverly put Lotte's batting lineup to rest. Brandon Waddell, another foreign pitcher from Doosan, also appeared in relief in the 5th inning and received a passing grade with a perfect pitch with 5 strikeouts in 4 innings. [Rookie Kim Taek-yeon](https://disqus.com/channel/discusssports/discussion/channel-discusssports/is_won_sang_hyun_solidified_as_kts_5th_starter/), who has emerged as a candidate for Doosan's closer, appeared on the mound in the 9th inning, struck out 2, and earned his first save with a three-way pitch. Doosan beat Lotte 3-0 and won three games in a row. Lotte starter Aaron Wilkerson showed his senses by allowing 4 hits and 2 runs in 4 innings. Ariel Jurado, who is scheduled to play as the first starter for Kiwoom Heroes, struggled after receiving criticism from the NC Dinos batting lineup in Changwon. He allowed 12 hits, including one home run, and one walk in three innings and gave up six runs. Kiwoom lost 3-9 and lost for the third time in a row. Seo Ho-cheol (3 hits in 3 at-bats), Son A-seop (2 hits in 2 at-bats), and Kim Joo-won (2 hits in 3 at-bats) excitedly pounded the collapsed Kiwoom mound. In Daegu, the LG Twins defeated the Samsung Lions 5-2. Connor Siebold, newly wearing a Samsung uniform, allowed 4 hits and 4 walks while giving up 5 runs in 4⅓ innings. He also threw 70 balls. LG's number one batter, Park Hae-min, walked in the first inning, then immediately stole second base and scored on Kim Hyun-soo's timely hit to left. Oh Ji-hwan cornered the game with a two-run shot to right-center in the fourth inning, and LG immediately took the win by running away with a 4-0 lead thanks to Park Dong-won's double and Moon Seong-joo's timely hit. Connor gave up three stolen bases while on the mound. SSG Landers defeated KT Wiz 3-0 in their visit to Suwon. SSG's left-handed one-two punches this season, [Roenis Elias and Gwang-Hyun Kim](https://www.behance.net/gallery/194336513/Lee-Seung-woo-Demonstration-to-Hwang-Seon-hong), warmed their shoulders with 4 scoreless innings and 3 scoreless innings, respectively. Gwang-Hyun Kim took the mound a day early as a relief due to rain forecast. William Cuevas, KT's first starter, also pitched comfortably, allowing 3 hits and 1 run in 4 innings.