Many teams want to win Sunday’s game. This is because you can end the week with a little bit of peace of mind and focus on literally ‘resting’ on your break day.아톰카지노
If so, which team enjoyed the rest day? In the KBO League this season, there are a total of three teams with a win rate of 60% or more on Sundays, and the team with the highest Sunday win rate is the LG Twins (9 wins and 4 losses, 0.692). It is followed by NC Dinos (6 wins, 1 draw, 3 losses, 0.667) and Samsung Lions (8 wins, 4 losses, 0.667).
In the case of LG and NC, it is not surprising since they are top-ranked teams, but it is somewhat surprising that Samsung, which is in the lower ranks, performed particularly well on Sunday.
Samsung won 3 wins out of 4 games on Sunday, even in the midst of a downward trend this month. In particular, when looking at the results of the last two weeks, Samsung repeated the pattern of losing on Tuesday to Saturday and ending its five-game losing streak on Sunday.
Samsung, who lost 0-6 and 10-13 in the first two games in three consecutive away matches against SSG Landers held at SSG Landers Field in Incheon on the 23rd and 25th, won 5-2 in the last game of the series and took SSG’s sweep. stopped
While the players and coaching staff let out a sigh of relief, they couldn’t help but feel regretful about how it would have been if they had won one more game.
After the game on the 25th, Samsung coach Park Jin-man said, “Despite the recent sluggish performance, I would like to thank the fans who passionately supported us in the away cheering seats, and through today’s victory, we will improve (the atmosphere) well and show a better image next week.” I also promised.
Although Samsung got out of a losing streak on Sunday for two weeks in a row, Samsung’s record during this period was 2 wins and 10 losses (0.167). The win rate fell into a swamp of sluggishness to the extent that it was less than 20%, and in the end, Samsung fell to the bottom, being pushed by the Hanwha Eagles. It would be fortunate if winning Sunday’s game would turn the mood around, but Samsung’s reality is that such a situation is nowhere to be found.
Samsung, who hopes for more smiling days, is currently recording 27 wins and 41 losses (0.397) as of the 26th. Challenge to return to the winning rate.
The responsibility of ‘local ace’ Won Tae-in, who is starting to challenge for two consecutive wins on the 27th, is heavier than ever.