“We need to score points from the center”.

Kiwoom Heroes’ flagship hitter Lee Jung-hoo began to improve his batting average. He had a batting average of just .201 in April, but is recording a high batting average of .333 in May. He is on a steep upward curve with 3.7 and 2.00 in his last 10 games. He also raised his batting average for the season to .267. 

Coach Hong Won-ki said of Lee Jung-hoo’s hitting before the KIA Tigers game in Gwangju on the 19th, “I caught a lot of well-hit balls in April. From a few days ago, those hits led to hits. It’s just that difference.” In the three consecutive matches against Doosan, he poured out a lot of hits, including 3 hits, 2 hits, and 3 hits, respectively. 

In addition, “Even if I am a pitcher or catcher, I will have a difficult match against Lee Jung-hoo. I am not the best hitter by all accounts. I am careful in all areas, such as long hits and scoring hits, whether there are runners or not. It’s the same,” he explained the sluggishness at the beginning of the opening. 먹튀검증

Lee Jung-hoo is playing as a leadoff. He is a paving stone to create opportunities with a high on-base percentage and connect them to the center line. He entered 70 at-bats as the number one hitter and has a batting average of 3.3 3 and an on-base percentage of 3.8 6. Coach Hong appointed Lee Jung-hoo as the first hitter that day as well. However, he revealed plans to return to the center lineup in the future. 

Coach Hong said, “I used it in the first place for the purpose of getting many at-bats and on-base. In the future, the connection between the top and bottom batting lines should be good and the other batting order should come alive. It seems,” he said, foreshadowing the return of the center hitter. /sunny@osen.co.kr

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