Kiwoom Heroes outfielder Lee Jung-hoo (25) went 0-for-3 against the Samsung Lions on the 20th. All three at-bats left runners on and withdrew. Uncharacteristically for Lee Jeong-hoo, who has excellent contact skills, he struck out two. The team scored 6 runs with 11 hits, but Lee Jung-hoo, the third hitter, was silent until the end.

In the game the previous day (19), he had no hits in six at-bats, including two strikeouts. In 2 games on the 19th and 20th, no hits in 9 at-bats and 4 strikeouts.

From the KIA Tigers match on the 15th, he had only 2 hits (1 home run) in 19 at-bats in 5 games. His season batting average dropped to 20% (11 hits in 55 at-bats).

Last year, he posted a batting average of .349, 193 hits, 23 homers, 113 RBIs and 85 runs. The best hitter in the KBO League, who ranked first in batting average, hits, and RBIs, is 60th among 67 players who filled the required at-bats as of the 20th.

Hanwha Eagles infielder Jung Eun-won (23) recorded 1 hit in 4 at-bats against the Doosan Bears on the 20th. He struck out as the leadoff batter in the fourth inning, then struck out again in the sixth with one out and second base.

The starting second baseman and the ‘built-in’ second hitter hovers around the 10% batting average. 10.9 in 16 games (12-for-63). There is only one RBI without a home run, and the batting average in scoring position is 10.18. Every time he leaves helplessly, the people of Hanwha burn black inside.

As of the 20th, Jeong Eun-won is 64th in batting.

Oh Jae-il, my son of the Samsung Lions, is also lagging a lot. Played as 5th-1st base against Heroes on the 20th and hit 4 at-bats.

It ended with no hits.안전놀이터 Chances continued to come to the center line. Excluding the 4th inning as the lead batter, the remaining three at-bats stood at bat with a runner. He was especially regretful that he could not use his chance in the 6th inning. He helplessly withdrew from the 1st and 3rd bases with an infield floating ball. He was a chance to change the flow with a ‘one shot’ in a situation where he was trailing 1-4.

By the 20th, batting average was 109.3 (11 hits in 57 at-bats), 1 home run and 7 RBIs. His batting average in scoring position is 105.4. He is 62nd in batting average, two steps higher than Jeong Eun-won.

Han Dong-hee of the Lotte Giants is called the ‘Lee Dae-ho’s successor’. Last year, the batting average of 30.7 li and 140 hits is staying at 10.4 3 li (7 hits in 49 at-bats). 66 out of 67. Beneath Han Dong-hee is Brian O’Grady (103, 60), a Hanwha foreign hitter. Han Dong-hee hit in 4 games against KIA on the 20th, and it was a home run.

When will those who are directing unfamiliar scenes at the beginning of the season hit the bottom and go up?

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