“He splits the ball”.온라인카지노
The returning KIA Tigers infielder Kim Do-young (20) has caught the eye after just two games. The baseball prodigy has rekindled the image of Lee Jong-bum, who dominated the game by creating and resolving chances. The crowd at the Gwangju-Kia Champions Field for two days was dazzled and applauded. He even received praise from the opposing team’s manager.
After rehabbing from a fractured left metatarsal, Lee returned to the field for the Gwangju game against KT on March 23. He had already shown promise, hitting two home runs, a triple, and a double in three games for the Futures. Upon his return, he started at third base and hit a single to left field, stole a base, and hit a double to center field in his next at-bat. The multi-hit game marked his return. No other batters came through and we lost.
The next day, he dominated the game. He grounded out to third base in his first at-bat and struck out in his second. He was hit by a changeup from KT’s starting pitcher Uhm Sang-baek. He didn’t get hit three times. In the fifth inning, with the score 1-1, he doubled to right-center field. He aimed for a changeup and scored the winning run. His last at-bat in the eighth inning was also spectacular. He led off with a double to left-center field. He followed with a sacrifice bunt and came home on a wild pitch.
He scored the winning run on a wild pitch. It was a dominant performance at a crucial time for a team that had lost three straight games and needed it badly. He had already gone 8-for-4 in the opening two games against the SSG Landers, a far cry from his rookie season last year. If he hadn’t been injured, he would have been a game-changer. He’s back to his old self.
After the game, Kim said, “I didn’t know it was going to be the game-winner. I went into the game with mind control, trying to hit when it was important and in scoring position, so it turned out well. From my first at-bat, the changeup kept coming. It wasn’t working. In the third, I thought I wasn’t going to get hit, so I stepped up to the plate. It was fun to get a good pitch like that,” he laughed.
Her mentality has also changed; last year, she felt intimidated and unconfident at the plate. “The difference from last year is that I don’t get down after one or two strikes. I think it’s in the past and I’m going to do it again, and that’s why I had good results in my third and fourth at-bats today. I’m mentally stronger. I’m definitely a different player,” he said.
His batting was different from other players. He produces powerful balls that look like they are being hit by Na Sung-bum. KT coach Lee Kang-cheol was also impressed, saying, “His batting was so fast, he just split the ball. It’s a different level.” He was impressed. There was a reason. “I did a lot of off-season weight training. My lower body was good, but my upper body wasn’t. I made up for it by continuing to weigh as much as Sung-beom,” he explained.
He was also determined to make up for his injury. “I didn’t perform very well last year. This year, I was also injured from the beginning, so I didn’t trust myself. This year, I will definitely instill faith in them and show them that I will continue to be strong until next year and the year after. The seniors are tired, and I think I have a big role to play,” he promised his fans.