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Geelong-Korea vs Perth: 21-22 Australian Baseball League Live Stream, Schedule, Fixture, Probable Lineups, Form Guide, and Head to Head, November 26, 2022

Geelong-Korea will go against Perth in the Australia ABL on November 26 at Geelong Baseball Centre.

Geelong-Korea will go against Perth in the Australia ABL on November 26 at Geelong Baseball Centre.
By Sri Praneeth Palli | Nov 25, 2022 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

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Geelong-Korea will go against Perth in the Australia ABL on November 26 at Geelong Baseball Centre. On Sunday afternoon at the Narrabundah Ballpark, the Canberra Cavalry lost to the Auckland Tuatara by the score of 8 runs to 0. They were unable to rally after seeing their game slip away early. Kamu Tsuchida’s single on a 1-0 count resulted in a run for the Tuatara, who took the lead in the second inning. From that point on, it was only the visitors’ way, as they added seven more runs on fourteen hits. To ensure the outcome was unquestionable, they scored five runs in the third inning and two more in the ninth. Auckland Tuatara’s Toru Murata won the match. The pitcher lasted five innings, allowing only two hits and no runs while also walking no one and striking out four.

In relief out of the bullpen, Wei-Chun Weng, Chase Walter, and Elliot Johnstone all contributed to their team’s success. For the Home team, Rhys Niit accepted the defeat. During his two-and-a-third innings of work, the pitcher gave up six runs on seven hits. In four at-bats, Boss Moanaroa led the Cavalry with two hits. Robbie Perkins had the most field opportunities for his team with nine, while the home team didn’t make a single mistake.

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Jax Biggers, Clayton Campbell, Keyber Rodriguez, Kamu Tsuchida, and Jason Matthews all recorded multiple hits for the visiting Tuatara. Biggers led the guests at the bat by going 3-for-3. The Cavalry’s 2022–23 season record is now 5 wins and 3 losses after this victory gave the visiting Tuatara the series victory by a score of 3–1. To play the Brisbane Bandits in a 4-game series, the team will travel for the first time this season the following weekend.

Geelong-Korea vs Perth Predicted Lineup

Perth Geelong-Korea
Nick AlexiouByeong-Geun Kim
Tom BaileyChan-Seok Lee
Nate GerckenConnor Hughes
Zac ReiningerGeon-Yep Heo
Brian FlynnHwi Kwon
Cameron Gibbens Hyo-seung Shin
Sam GibbonsIn-Bok Lee
Andrew JonesIn-beom Kim
Jared KoenigJae-Gon Lee

Geelong-Korea vs Perth Form Guide

Geelong-Korea 

DateOpponentScoreResult
25.11.22Perth6-3Win
24.11.22Perth6-10Loss
20.11.22Adelaide23-11Win
19.11.22Adelaide9-5Win
18.11.22Adelaide1-2Loss

Perth

DateOpponentScoreResult
25.11.22Geelong-Korea6-3Loss
24.11.22Geelong-Korea6-10Win
20.11.22Melbourne11-4Loss
20.11.22Melbourne8-6Loss
18.11.22Melbourne3-6Win

Head to Head

DateMatchScoreWinner
25.11.22Geelong-Korea
Perth
6
3
Geelong-Korea
24.11.22Geelong-Korea
Perth
6
10
Perth
19.01.20Geelong-Korea
Perth
10
8
Geelong-Korea
18.01.20Geelong-Korea
Perth
21
4
Perth
17.01.20Geelong-Korea
Perth
2
7
Perth

Where And When To Watch?

Geelong-Korea vs Perth Australia ABL game will be held on November 26, 4:00 PM (International Time) and 10:30 AM (Indian Time) at Geelong Baseball Centre. The audience can live stream the match on FOX SPORTS 507, Kayo Sports, and  theABL.com.au. There, you may watch the entire live event. 

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