Ja-wook Koo’s 30% batting average was broken.
Samsung Lions’ Koo Ja-wook (30) was sluggish last season. Corona 19 issues and injuries overlapped. In the 2022 season, he stayed with a batting average of 0.293, 120 hits, 5 homers, 38 RBIs and 69 points in 99 games.
However, the start of the season was hot. At the beginning of the season, Koo Ja-wook’s sense of hitting was hot. He posted a .333 batting average of 31 with 2 homers, 12 RBIs and 16 runs in April, showing that his slump last season was temporary.
In particular, from the game against LG in Jamsil on April 8th to the game against Lotte Giants on the 16th, he made multi-hits in 8 consecutive games, showing off his high hitting feeling. He was named in the top 10 in batting average for April.
However, in May, Ja-wook Koo is somewhat quiet. Maybe it was because it was too hot in April? Or is it a condition problem? His batting average remained in the early 20% range in May. His batting average in May was .237 until he played against the Daegu KIA Tigers on the 17th. He continues to hit hits, but his performance now feels somewhat disappointing, perhaps because he raised expectations too much in April.카지노사이트
Ja-wook Koo remained silent in the Daegu KIA match on the 17th. Koo Ja-wook, who started as the 4th hitter and right fielder, withdrew with a fly ball to center field in the first at-bat in the first inning, leaving regret with a fly ball to left field in the third inning. He failed to advance as he retired with a fly ball to shortstop in the sixth inning and another fly to left field in the seventh inning. He got his chance as the ninth inning started to explode, but it ended up on a grounder.
Goo Ja-wook, who recorded no hits in 5 at-bats that day, fell from .305 in the previous season to .294. Koo Ja-wook, who entered the batting average in the 30% range for the first time in the season by adding two hits in the match against LG in Jamsil on April 8, broke the batting average of 300% for the first time since then.
As Koo Ja-wook is silent, Samsung is also unable to exert its strength. Losing 6-7 to KIA, they fell into a 4-game losing streak. Koo Ja-wook is sluggish with 3 hits in 17 at-bats during the 4th consecutive losing season.
He’s a good runner. He is also hitting the ball coolly. He faces the fielder in front of him, so the streak of the ball that extends doesn’t look bad. In the end, everything has to be lucky, and there has to be a sense.
Will Koo Ja-wook be able to recover his batting average of 30%?