“Hmmm, fooled, huh?” Whose hand is handing the home run doll to the last man standing?

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“Why would you do this?

Choi’s eyes widened as he stomped across home plate after hitting a home run.

In the game between KIA and SSG at SSG Landers Field in Incheon on March 3, SSG’s Choi hit a game-changing two-run home run.

With the bases loaded in the bottom of the fifth inning and her team trailing 4-5, Choi took a five-pitch, 142-kilometer fastball from Park Joon-pyo, who took the mound after starter Lee Yi-ri, and launched it over the left field fence.

It was Choi’s 25th home run of the season. Choi’s home run turned the game around and gave SSG a 6-5 lead. With the home run, Choi passed Hanwha’s Noh Si-hwan, who hit his 30th home run the day before.

As Choi rounded the bases and headed for the dugout, Eredia stood in front of him.

Eredia, who was running home ahead of Choi, reached for the doll in Batgirl’s hand.

The question of why she was accepting the doll when it was Choi who hit the home run was quickly answered.

Batgirl was standing there with the home run doll in one hand and the ball to hand to the umpire in the other.

Eredia’s senses kicked in to lighten her load, and she wanted to celebrate the ultimate home run by hand-delivering the doll.

Eredia was the first to receive the home run doll, and she handed it to Choi in a respectful manner. Choi, who received Eredia’s congratulations, gave her a grateful smile and enjoyed the joy of the comeback.토토사이트

Eredia energizes the team with his excitement and fighting spirit, and his return to the field after recovering from his injury is a joy to watch.

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