Hanwha’s free agent Chae Eun-seong (33) is taking a day off due to an injury. Lee Seong-gon (31), who came up from the 2nd team, entered the starting lineup as the 4th hitter along with the call-up to the 1st team.
Hanwha played Daejeon KIA on the 21st Lee Jin-young (right fielder) Kim In-hwan (1st baseman) Roh Si-hwan (3rd baseman) Lee Seong-gon (designated hitter) Moon Hyun-bin (center fielder) Choi Jae-hoon (catcher) Jang Jin-hyeok (left fielder) Lee Do-yoon (shortstop) Jeong Eun-won (2nd baseman). presented as
Center hitter Chae Eun-seong was left out of the starting lineup. The previous day메이저놀이터 (20th), against KIA, he was hit by a foul ball on the 4th pitch of the 7th inning and suffered a bruise on his left big toe. Chae Eun-seong, who got a walk after a 7-pitch match, was replaced by runner Kim Tae-yeon, and left behind the dugout with a limp.
Chae Eun-seong, who signed a free agent contract with Hanwha in November last year for 6 years and up to 9 billion won, is recording a batting average of 2.95 li (72 hits in 244 at-bats), 10 homers, 44 RBIs, and .830 OPS in 62 games this season. He showed a strong side to chances with a scoring position of 3.5 and 2 li, leading Hanwha’s central batting line together with Noh Si-hwan.
Except for missing two games due to left thumb pain against Daejeon Samsung on the 10th and 11th of last month, he has been consistently in the starting lineup and led the Hanwha batting line, but due to this injury, he will take a day off. Hanwha coach Choi Won-ho said, “I have an ingrown toenail, but I was hit on that side. It’s not enough to be taken out of the entry, but it’s difficult to pinch hit today. We have to look at the condition tomorrow.”
Hanwha placed left-handed first baseman Lee Seong-gon in the fourth batting order without Chae Eun-seong. As outfielder Lee Won-seok went down to the 2nd team, Lee Seong-gon was registered for the 1st team entry. He returned after 41 days since the first team entry was canceled on the 11th of last month. In the first team, he had a batting average of 1.8% (2 hits in 11 at-bats) in 7 games, but in the Futures League, he had a batting average of 2.8% (36 hits in 127 times), 6 home runs, 26 RBIs, and an OPS of .917 in 37 games. paid
In particular, his batting pace is good with a batting average of 3.43 (12 hits in 35 at-bats), 4 homers and 11 RBIs in the last 10 games. Coach Won-ho Choi said, “A player in good batting condition at Futures should be used as soon as he is promoted to the first team. If you go out once or twice as a pinch hitter, the feeling of hitting can cool down.