Hanwha starting second baseman Jeong Eun-won and center fielder Moon Hyun-bin were both excluded from the starting lineup.
Hanwha’s starting lineup for the Gwangju KIA game on the 6th was Jang Jin-hyeok (center fielder) Lee Do-yoon (2nd baseman) Kim Tae-yeon (right fielder) Noh Si-hwan (3rd baseman) Kim In-hwan (1st baseman) Chae Eun-seong (designated hitter) Nick Williams (left fielder) Choi Jae-hoon (2nd baseman) Ha. It was organized in order of comment (shortstop). The starting pitcher is Moon Dong-joo.
In an interview before the game, Hanwha coach Choi Won-ho said, “Jung Eun-won looks difficult to move. He has a feeling of hitting coming up and he has been falling again lately. His movements in defense this week are sluggish,” he said. It will be (physically) difficult. So he made some changes to the lineup.” 메이저사이트
Jeong Eun-won is struggling with a batting average of 2.3 (71 hits in 309 bats), 2 homers, 22 RBIs, and an OPS of .627 in 89 games this season. He hoped to come back alive in July, but in August, his batting average dropped to 10.1 8 Lee (2 hits in 17 at-bats) in 5 games. It is a time when he is physically exhausted as he is playing full-time, playing in many games next to Noh Si-hwan (91 games).
Rookie Mun Hyun-bin has also been a regular in the first team since the first year, and has participated in 86 games, the third most in the team, with a batting average of .249 (67 hits in 269 at-bats), 3 homers, 28 RBIs, OPS of .625, but he has been active recently. The appearance of sending it to. His batting average was 10.43 in 5 games in August (2 hits in 14 at-bats), and he is making mistakes in defense.
While Jung Eun-won, Moon Hyun-bin, and Lee Jin-young, who have recently lost their sense of hitting, are excluded from the selection, outfielder Jang Jin-hyuk will start as the first batter of the season. The first lead-off in 4 years since the Daejeon KIA match on September 4, 2019. Director Choi Won-ho said, “Jang Jin-hyeok came up from Futures in good shape. He also has a flagship,” he expected.
Jang Jin-hyeok, who was called up to the 1st team ahead of the KIA game the previous day (5th), came out as a pinch hitter in the 9th inning and showed off a good sense of hitting with a right double. In the Futures League this week, he had a batting average of 50% (8 hits in 16 at-bats) and 9 RBIs in 4 games.
In the second half, center hitters Noh Si-hwan (.196) and Chae Eun-seong (.205), who are struggling with a batting average of 10-20%, were not left out. Chae Eun-seong is the first 6 hitter of the season. Coach Choi showed his faith in the two players, saying, “Noh Si-hwan and Chae Eun-seong are also bad at hitting, but I can’t remove them.”