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professional baseball, Hanwha beat Samsung with a back-to-back home run by shortstop hitter Noh Si-hwan.

Yoo Byung-min is a reporter.

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After getting a swinging strikeout by Samsung starter Won Tae-in in the
first at-bat of the first inning, Noh Si-hwan immediately repaid in the second at-bat of the fourth inning.

He kicked up Won Tae-in's changeup at first base with a no-out, launching a two-run shot to left field that went first.

The bat on fire burned further.

With a 1-4 lead, he hit a changeup in the sixth inning for a big solo home run.

Noh Si-hwan, who drew the back-to-back arch with a super-sized home run with a 1-meter distance measured by the club, tied for second in home runs.

In the seventh inning, back-to-back timely hits by Moon Hyun-bin and Lee Won-seok drove in a wedge to beat Samsung 2-0.

Hanwha starter Peña pitched a no-hitter and a one-out pitch in the seventh inning before surrendering a solo home run to Minho Kang, but he scored one run in seven innings to seal the win.

Lotte defeated Doosan 6-140 to reclaim second place.

Foreign ace Barnes, who struggled all April, pitched 2.7 scoreless innings in his first start of May to lead his team to victory.

Kiwoom managed to escape a five-game losing streak by stopping LG's five-game winning streak.

Trailing 5-1, he allowed eight hits and two walks in the seventh inning to score nine runs to split the game.

Leading SSG beat KIA 7-7 with a wedge solo shot by ---
veteran Kim Kang-min, while NC snapped a five-game losing streak with a sacrifice fly RBI from Martin, a foreign hitter returning from injury.

(Video editing by So Ji-hye)