‘192cm Big Boy’ Jamsil Big Boy Stuns with a Home Run, Not a Foot

LG’s “Jamsil Big Boy” Lee Jae-won earned applause for pulling off a spectacular “home steal” instead of a home run.

Lee Jae-won started in left field at No. 8 against Kiwoom at Jamsil Stadium in Seoul on Wednesday. He went 3-for-4 with two runs scored and two stolen bases.

In his first at-bat in the second inning with a 3-2 lead, Lee singled up the middle. She then made a shrewd base running play. Park stole second and quickly advanced to third when the pitcher’s throw bounced just behind the catcher.

With runners on first and third, the LG bench came up with a double steal. The first baseman, Hong Chang-ki, tried to steal second, and when the catcher threw to second, Lee Jae-won, who was on third, ran home to score. After receiving the throw from second base, the shortstop threw home again, but Lee was quicker.

“It was good to step up and help the team win,” Lee said after the game. “Behind me (at third base), Coach Park Yong-geun told me to be ready. I stayed ready and when it happened, I think it worked out. The catcher threw it and the pitcher told me to run home if I didn’t catch it (by cutting it in the middle), but I saw (pitcher) Dong-gyu ducking, so I ran home,” he said of the home run.

Lee later hit an RBI single to left field in the third inning and an RBI single with two outs in the seventh. It was his second three-hit game of the season.

Lee said of his hitting, “I’ve been feeling good lately. I’m just trying to keep it that way, and if it goes up, it goes up, and if it goes down, I’m just going to go with it.”

Lee has been sidelined by injury twice this season. It’s a shame because he was hitting well at the beginning of the season.

“It took me a long time to rehabilitate from the injury and regain my hitting touch. It wasn’t easy the moment I got injured. I was thinking a lot, and I 카지노사이트 was a little shaky,” she said. “People around me told me to keep my mind in check, and Coach Mo Chang-min showed me mental videos.” Lee tries not to think about mental management.

LG’s outfield is one of the strongest in the league with Hong Chang-ki, Park Hae-min, and Moon Sung-joo. The internal competition is tough. Recently, Moon Sung-joo had some back discomfort, so Lee Jae-won played in two consecutive games and went 2-for-3.

When asked if it was difficult to maintain his batting average due to his frequent playing time, Lee Jae-won replied, “It’s hard, but in a way, it’s right for the team to have a good player to win. I have to prepare a lot, and if I continue to prepare and do well like I am now, I think I will be able to seize the opportunity.”

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