Restarting the ‘Jamsil Big Boy’ plan, coach Yeom Gyeong-yeop “I will give even one game as soon as possible”
“We have to play even one game quickly”.
Jamsil Big Boy Lee Jae-won (24) of the LG Twins will join the first team on the 21st as scheduled.
He left the Arizona spring camp with a microscopic injury to his side muscle. On the morning of the 20th, as a result of the final examination in Seoul, it was determined that there was no abnormality.
Coach Yeom Kyung-yeop said, “I was judged to be completely healed. After the preparation period, about 5 games will be played in the demonstration game” before the Gwangju demonstration game against the KIA Tigers on the 20th.
Lee Jae-won played in 85 games in the 2022 season and had a batting average of 2.24, but emerged as a next-generation gun with 13 homers and 43 RBIs.
Manager Yeom Kyung-yeop, who took the new baton, showed a willingness to develop Lee Jae-won as a key hitter. Sangmu’s enlistment in December last year also withdrew his application ahead of the final announcement.
He expected that he would fill the void created by the transfer of No. 4 hitter Chae Eun-seong to Hanwha. He went further and evaluated that he could grow as a hitter representing the KBO League in the future.
However, he was injured while raising the pitch at camp.토토사이트 Once joined, it seems that the timing of actual combat will be decided after inspection through training such as hitting.
Coach Yeom said, “If I had played in the demonstration game from the beginning, I could apply what I had practiced to the game and fill in the areas that didn’t work. Song Chan-ui and Hong Chang-ki had time to fill in through the demonstration game. I couldn’t have it,” he expressed regret.
At the same time, he said, “Once it becomes as soon as possible, I plan to play even one game as soon as possible.”