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As it is, KBO League career closing ‘I’m going to ML’

Kiwoom’s Lee Jung-hoo appeared in the batter’s box instead of Park Soo-jong in the bottom of the eighth inning with one out and no runners, leading 5-3 against Gocheok Samsung on the 10th, and stepped down with a grounder to third base against Samsung’s right-hander Kim Tae-hoon. It was a great game that went up to 12 pitches. Kim Tae-hoon threw a forkball only at the first pitch, and later caught Lee Jung-hoo after playing fast ball.

It was the first real game in two and a half months since the match against Lotte in Busan on July 22. He has been rehabilitating from ankle injury and surgery that day. That’s how the season has virtually ended virtually. He also failed to participate in the Hangzhou Asian Games. The game on the 10th was aimed at greeting fans for the final home game of the season. 토토사이트

And that at-bat is likely to be Lee Jung-hoo’s last at-bat in the KBO League. Ahead of the match against KIA in Gwangju on the 11th, head coach Hong Won-ki said, “I’m concerned that I’m not 100% physically. I played in a dramatic scene yesterday and ended my last home game.”

“Wouldn’t it be a little hard to go out now?” I want to follow my own opinion entirely. He said, “I registered in the first team and am rehabilitating, and I brought him to Gwangju.” Following this day, Kiwoom will finish this season against Incheon SSG on the 13th. Lee Jung-hoo is unlikely to play in these games.

In the end, Lee Jung-hoo’s 2023 season ended with a batting average of .318 with six home runs, 45 RBIs, 50 runs and six steals, 0.455 with a on-base percentage of 0.406 OPS of 0.861 with a scoring average of 0.303 in 86 games. In 884 games in the KBO League, 1,181 hits in 3476 at-bats with a batting average of 0.340 65 home runs, 515 RBIs, 581 runs and 69 steals, 0.491 on-base percentage of 0.407.

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