Giants Sweep Samsung For 1st Time in Five Years

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For the first time in five years, the Lotte Giants swept their three-game series against the Samsung Lions.

Lotte beat Samsung 7-1 yesterday at Sajik Stadium thanks to excellent pitching from starter Brooks Raley. Raley allowed only three-hits and one-run over eight-innings. Kang Min-ho also had a stellar performance by driving in five runs.

With yesterday’s victory and the series sweep, Lotte shot up to third place with 13 wins and ten losses.

Source: Busan eFM News


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