KT Wiz coach Lee Kang-cheol praised infielder Lee Ho-yeon for perfectly adapting to the team after the trade.토토체험머니
Lee Ho-yeon, who transferred from the Lotte Giants in a one-on-one trade on the 19th of last month, has been steadily receiving opportunities to play since joining KT. In particular, in the home game against the Samsung Lions held at Suwon KT Wiz Park on the 18th, he showed his presence with 4 hits and 2 RBIs in 5 at-bats, including 1 triple. Although KT lost to Samsung 5-7 that day, Lee Ho-yeon’s performance was comforting.
KT coach Lee Kang-cheol is also pleased with Lee Ho-yeon’s performance. Coach Lee looked back before the home game against the Lotte Giants on the 20th, saying, “We lost the game that day, but Lee Ho-yeon hit a long hit and made it an interesting game.”
“(At the time of joining the team), the batting average was not good at first, but the contact and the quality of the ball were good. On that day (18th), I exploded, and it seemed to work well because I hit a lot against left-handed pitchers. Until I came to KT. was not good against lefties, but it seems to have improved a lot now.”
Lee Ho-yeon is also receiving a passing grade in terms other than offense. Director Lee Kang-cheol said, “I thought about the defense (as a second baseman) anyway. Since (Park) Kyung-soo is doing good defense in the back, I think I can use it in turns.” They are all the same age. They seem to be adjusting well to the team.”
Lee Ho-yeon, who met her former team, was named in the starting lineup in the match on the 20th. KT: Kim Min-hyeok (left fielder) – Jung Joon-yeong (right fielder) – Anthony Alford (designated hitter) – Park Byung-ho (1st baseman) – Jang Seong-woo (catcher) – Lee Ho-yeon (2nd baseman) – Hwang Jae-gyun (3rd baseman) – Bae Jeong-dae (center fielder) – Jang Jun The lineup was organized in order of won (shortstop). Starting pitchers are excluded.메이저사이트
Bae Seong-seong, who was in charge of the starting role, has digested more than 5 innings in each game in 6 games since May. In the recent appearance against SSG Landers in Incheon on the 14th, he became the winning pitcher with 5 hits, 4 walks, 4 strikeouts and 1 run in 5 innings.
Manager Lee Kang-cheol expressed his anticipation, saying, “Even if I give up a walk, I’ve been pitching stably recently, and I think it’s getting better because my speed has improved.”