Samsung Lions outfielder Kim Tae-hoon showed a brilliant sense of hitting in the midst of defeat.
Samsung lost 3-6 in a practice game against Lotte held at Akama Ball Park in Okinawa, Japan on the 28th. As a result, Samsung’s first victory in the Okinawa League has been postponed until the next opportunity.
It wasn’t that there was no income. Kim Tae-hoon, who became a new Samsung member as a free agent compensation player for Kim Sang-soo (KT), showed off his fierce sense of hitting.
Kim Tae-hoon, who started as first baseman No. 6 that day, scored two doubles and achieved multi-hits with 2 hits in 4 at-bats.
Kim Tae-Hoon came out as the lead batter in the second inning and laid the foundation for the first run with a double in the middle right, and stepped home when Kim Heon-Gon hit a heavy hit. He completed the multi-hit run in the third inning when he hit a double into right field. He retired with a straight hit to second base in the sixth and a grounder to second base in the ninth.
In an interview after the game, Kim Tae-hoon expressed his gratitude, saying, “The advice from senior Oh Jae-il and Lee Won-seok, ‘Don’t worry about your batting form, just pay attention to the timing’, was a big help.”
He has lost about 6 kg of weight through intense training. He said, “I eat hard and eat protein, but I lose weight.”
Kim Tae-hoon is expected to perform impressively in the practice game held at the spring camp as a new success story of a free agent compensation player following Kim Jae-seong (catcher). In response, he humbled himself by saying, “I will always do my best without worrying about success stories of reward players.” 먹튀검증
Park Han started to change his batting stance with his hitting coach, saying, “The coach helps me a lot. He is very helpful in emphasizing the importance of preparation when hitting. Today, the timing was better than the feeling of hitting.”
He also said, “(The match against Chunichi Dragons on the 11th) I was greedy after my first home run and the timing was messed up, but I will prepare well by reorganizing well.”