Hong Won-ki Kiwoom Coach "Lee Joo-hyung, Show the Strongest Side of the Team"
Lee Joo-hyung, 8th inning dramatic come-from-behind 3-run home run against Gocheok Lotte on the 18th
If there is any consolation for Kiwoom Heroes, who are at the bottom of the league, it is Lee Joo-hyung (22), a transfer student, who plays a big role.
Lee Joo-hyung, who changed his uniform from LG Twins to Kiwoom through a trade last month, shows off his potential with a batting average of 0.329, 3 homers and 14 RBIs for the season. 온라인카지노
Among all three home runs he hit in Kiwoom, the 3-run home run against the Gocheok Lotte Giants on the 18th was a valuable one that gave the team victory.
In the 8th inning, when the score was 2-4, Lee Joo-hyung attacked Lotte Han Hyun-hee’s low ball and passed the right fence.
With this home run, Kiwoom broke the losing streak by holding Lotte 5-4.
Kiwoom coach Hong Won-ki praised him ahead of the match against Gocheok Lotte on the 19th, saying, “Mental strength is really important .
When asked if he thought about whether to instruct Lee Joo-hyung to bunt, he replied, "Without a doubt, I didn't even think about it.
He replied, "The player who shows the strongest batting average and quality of batting balls on our team now."
Director Hong said that he was as impressed with Lotte starter Charlie Barnes as Lee
Joo-hyung 's home run. On the day he came out as a starting pitcher, he was tied up with 5 strikeouts and no hits in 5 at-bats.
In the game the previous day, he met Barnes again after 10 days and showed that he overcame his weakness with 2 at-bats, 1 hit and 1 walk.
Coach Hong praised him, saying, "I watched carefully that the attack on Barnes has changed.
Last time, I was curious about what had changed after striking out five times in a row, but he clearly showed his ability to learn."