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Professional Baseball Doosan snapped a seven-game winning streak with ace Kwak Bin leading the way.

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After a sluggish performance in September when he collapsed in two consecutive climbs, Kwak Bin completely regained his original form in his final climb before being called up to the Asian Games team.

He threw a fastball with a top speed of 7 km/h and a sharp changeup to induce strikeouts at every turn, while also picking up five strikeouts.

The Doosan batters also responded to the ace's performance in holding KIA hitters scoreless for six innings.

With a 9-151 lead in the third inning, Rojas and Yang hit home runs to score six runs in the bottom of the inning, effectively driving a wedge into the game.

Fourth-place Doosan, who fended off KIA's last-minute chase to win 5-6, snapped a seven-game winning streak and narrowed the gap to third-place NC to two-and-a-half games.

Hanwha caught up with second-place KT, who was busy grinding.

After pulling within 1-0 in the second inning, Hanwha took a five-run lead with Williams' two-run shot in the third and Lee Jin-young's timely hit in the fourth, driving a wedge into the game.

With Lee Tae-jung's two-run homer in the fifth inning and relievers holding on for two hits in four scoreless innings, Hanwha escaped a four-game losing streak with a 3-6 victory.

(Video editing: Lee Jung-taek)