Professional baseball Kiwoom Heroes’ flagship hitter Lee Jung-hoo hit a home run that predicted an escape from the batting slump.
He also ate a bowl of rice at the World Baseball Classic (WBC) last month and tried his hand against left-handed pitcher Kim Gwang-hyun, who represents the KBO League.
Lee Jung-hoo hit a one-run home run in the top of the 6th inning when the team was trailing 0-2 in an away game against SSG Landers held at SSG Landers Field in Incheon on the 21st.
Faced with Kim Gwang-hyun, Lee Jung-hoo hurriedly avoided the curve flying toward his face from the ball count 2-ball 2 strike.
Then, on a full count, he attacked his deep fastball with a simple swing and crossed the wall.먹튀검증
Lee Jung-hoo swung lightly with his arms attached to his torso like a player trying to kick off a foul, and the ball that hit the center of the bat flew 110m.
This is Lee Jung-hoo’s third home run of the season.
On the 16th, against the Gocheok KIA Tigers, Lee Jung-hoo, who finished off his second home run of the season with a two-run home run, got his hands on it in five games.
Lee Jung-hoo, who declared that he would advance to the American Major League Baseball (MLB) this winter, faced this season with full preparations, such as correcting his batting stance.
However, he had a batting average of 0.200 (11 hits in 55 at-bats) in 14 games before the game on this day, and he could not show the appearance of a batting king for the last two consecutive seasons.
Even against Kim Gwang-hyun, he withdrew from the previous two at-bats with a bum hit, and his batting average dropped to 0.193 for a while during the game.
After one hit against the Gocheok Samsung Lions on the 18th, Lee Jung-hoo, who had been silent for two consecutive days, scored his first hit in three games with a home run.