The monthly batting average in April was only 0.218. He announced that he would advance to the major leagues later this season, and it was evaluated that his change in batting stance was poisonous and returned. However, Lee Jeong-hoo (24, Kiwoom Heroes) was not worried. He bounced back (batting average 0.305) in May and swung the bat like crazy (batting average 0.374) in June as well. Even in July, he continued to hit with divine blows. He reached his batting average of 0.441 (15 hits in 34 at-bats) in 9 games in July. He raised his batting average to 0.315 for the season and rose to 6th place in the batting category before he knew it. In the opening month, there was a long slump that he experienced for the first time in his debut, but Lee Jung-hoo is Lee Jung-hoo.온라인카지노

Lee Jung-hoo also achieved his new record in the match against Katie (kt) Wiz held at Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul on the 11th. He hit a heavy hit against Katie starter Wes Benjamin in the bottom of the 8th inning, where the team trailed 2-4, with 2 out and 1 base, becoming the youngest player in the KBO League to reach 100 hits for 7 consecutive years. He broke the record at the age of 24 years, 10 months and 21 days, and the previous record was 24 years, 11 months and 24 days, achieved by Doosan Bears coach Lee Seung-yeop. It was a record that was hard to dream of in April. In 22 games in April, he gave up just 19 hits (0.86 per game).

Lee Jung-hoo made every effort to get out of his batting slump at the beginning of the season by sprinkling salt on his body in the sauna and sprinkling holy water his mother received from the cathedral on his at-bat. True to his earnest wish, Lee Jung-hoo is aiming for the top rank in batting after regaining the dignity of last year’s five batting crowns.

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