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The General manager Cha Myung-seok’s nine trades, three released, two FA, two nomination rights, two evaluation reservations… That’s why baseball is difficult

LG Twins, which won the Korean Series title for the first time in 29 years, are sweeping awards as main characters at various award ceremonies at the end of the year. After receiving the front award on behalf of the team at an award ceremony recently, LG Twins’ general manager Cha Myung-seok said, “I worked hard to strengthen my capability for the next five years. It is up to the general manager to collect beads, and the field manager to tie them together to make them a treasure. Manager Yeom Kyung-yeop played such a good role that I was able to win the title this year.”

While recruiting new players and nurturing second-tier players is about investing in the mid- to long-term future, signing foreign player contracts, recruiting FA, and trading can help boost LG’s performance in a short period of time. Cha Myung-seok, the team’s general manager, conducted nine trades when he was appointed as LG’s general manager in October 2018. After receiving the right to draft, there were two cases of gilter cycle trade. Seven trades can be divided into three for release, two for FA applications, and two for judgment reservation. 메이저 토토사이트

In March 2019, Kiwoom Kim Min-sung was recruited through sign and trade to fill the gap in the third baseman caused by Yang Seok-hwan’s military enlistment at the time. Kiwoom signed a three-year FA contract with Kim Min-sung for up to 1.8 billion won (300 million won down payment, 400 million won annual salary, and 300 million won option) and traded Kim Min-sung for 500 million won from LG.

Kim Min-sung played as a starting third baseman in 2019, batting .268 with eight homers, 50 RBIs, 44 runs and an OPS of .684 in 107 games. In 2020, he played in 87 games due to injury, and in 2021, he recorded a batting average of .222 in 121 games. As a “backup starting player” this year, he played more than 100 innings in all of third, second, first and shortstop, contributing as a utility player. When Oh Ji-hwan was injured, he played well as a starting shortstop. He had a batting average of 249 with eight homers and 41 RBIs in 112 games, with an OPS of .703.

In the middle of the 2019 season, he traded his bullpen pitcher to Hanwha. At that time, Shin was recording one win, one loss and four hold ERA of 9.47 in 23 games (19 innings) for LG. Song had three losses, one save and four hold ERA of 5.14 in 37 games (35 innings) for Hanwha.

After moving to LG in the 2019 season, Song Eun-beom pitched in 26 games (25 innings), recording two wins, three losses and five holds, and posted an ERA of 5.25 for the season. In 2020, he pitched in 56 games, recording four wins, two losses, two saves, and six holds, with an ERA of 4.50, and did an unpleasant job in the bullpen.

However, Song suffered a knee injury during a game in August of the 2021 season, underwent surgery for a ruptured cruciate ligament in his right knee, and spent about a year on rehabilitation. After returning to the second half of last year, Song had one win, one loss and two holds with an ERA of 4.205 in 25 games, and only played in four games (ERA of 2.45) in the first division this season. He was excluded from the list after the season.

At the end of the 2020 season, LG acquired NC`s infield backup players. Having said that he is a utility player capable of multi-positioning the infield, Lee Sang-ho played as a pinch runner and recorded a batting average of 388 (20 hits in 65 at bats) in 45 games in 2021 and a batting average of 25 percent (18 hits in 72 at bats) in 60 games in 2022. He was released after the 2022 season.

Lee had a new opportunity at KT after his release from the LG Twins, and he played in 63 games this year to record a batting average of 1480 (eight hits in 54 times at bat) and was excluded from the list of players on hold. Yoon Hyung-joon, a rising star, has been playing in both the first and second divisions of the NC Dinosaurs since the trade. He played in 168 games and recorded 11 homers and 42 RBIs in the three seasons so far this year.

Ahead of the 2021 season, LG tried to reinforce its starting lineup with Ham Deok-ju, who had experience in both starting and bullpen, and Doosan needed an infielder with slugging power as FA Oh Jae-il left for Samsung. LG made a 2-2 trade to send Yang Seok-hwan and Nam-ho to Doosan, and to bring in Ham Deok-ju and Chae Ji-sun. The main players were Ham Deok-ju and Yang Seok-hwan.

Ham Deok-ju was sluggish for two years after the trade due to residual injuries. He left early May 2021 due to a bone fragment injury in his elbow, and returned in September due to rehabilitation, but his injury recurred at the end of the season. He finished with one win, two losses and one hold with a 4.29 ERA in 16 games. After the season, he underwent surgery to remove bone fragment in his elbow. In early May of the 2022 season, he went down to the second division and tried to prepare as a starting pitcher, but he couldn’t return to the first division until the end of the season due to an injury. Until May, he pitched in 13 games in the first division and recorded an ERA of 2.13 without a win or loss.

This season, Ham successfully made a comeback as a must-win group. He pitched in 57 games (55 ⅔ innings), winning four, holding 16 games without losing four, and earning 1.62 ERA. In the Korean Series, he played in four games and allowed one run in three ⅓.

Yang Seok-hwan has recorded more than 20 home runs for three consecutive years since the 2021 season after moving to Doosan. He recorded a batting average of 273 with 28 home runs OPS.827 in 133 games in 2021, a batting average of 244 with 20 home runs OPS.741 in 107 games in the 2022 season, and a batting average of 281 with 21 home runs OPS.787 in 140 games in the 2023 season. Yang Seok-hwan, who became an FA after this season, signed a mega contract of up to 7.8 billion won for 4+2 years with Doosan.

In late July 2021, LG gave up starter Jung Chan-heon and traded Seo Geon-chang to reinforce second base. However, Seo was released after failing to meet expectations for two and a half years.

Since moving to LG in the 2021 season, Seo has posted a batting average of 247 (58 hits in 235 at-bats) and 24 RBIs in 68 games. The 2022 season saw his performance decline further due to poor performance and injury. He played in only 77 games and recorded a batting average of 224 (49 hits in 219 at-bats).

Seo, who chose the third base after returning to the FA, decided to make a comeback by reuniting with manager Yeom Kyung-yeop ahead of this season. However, he moved to the second tier team in mid-May due to sluggish batting and defense, and only returned to the first tier team in September. He finished with a batting average of .20 (22 hits in 110 at-bats) with an OPS of .542, and failed to make the Korean Series entry. After the season, Seo requested his release.

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