Lotte Kim Min-seok Hits Two Home Runs in his First Blue and White Game

Lotte Kim Min-seok Hits Two Home Runs in his First Blue and White Game… Rookie Jeon Mir Runs 144 km/h

Kim Min-seok (19), a second-year professional baseball outfielder for the Lotte Giants, posted 4 hits and 2 RBIs in 4 at-bats, including 2 home runs, in the first evaluation game of the year. 카지노사이트

Kim Min-seok started as the white team’s first hitter and left fielder in the self-evaluation match held at the Guam Dedero Sports Complex on the 16th and hit a leadoff home run against Park Se-woong in the first inning.

Min-seok Kim, who continued his hitting streak with a hit to center field in the 3rd inning and a hit to right field in the 5th, completed ‘100% on-base and no hits’ with a solo shot to left in the 7th inning.

Victor Reyes, Lotte’s newly recruited hitter, also played in center field for the white team and played well with 2 hits in 3 at-bats.

On this day, the white team defeated the blue team 12-9.

Even in a difficult battle, rookie Jeon Mir played well.

Jeon Mir, who graduated from Gyeongbuk High School and joined Lotte as the 3rd overall pick in the first round, took the mound as the 5th pitcher for the blue team and pitched one inning with no hits, no runs, and 2 strikeouts.

The highest speed of the fastball was 144 km/h.

Jeon Mir, who was very active in both pitching and batting during high school, plans to focus on pitching in 2024, his first year with the team.

Sutton pleased with second consecutive rainout, says players met to deliver message

“We’re hopeful enough.”

Lotte Giants manager Larry Sutton smiled after a second straight rainout. Lotte had its game against the LG Twins in Jamsil on the 23rd canceled due to rain. It was the second consecutive game to be canceled. The Giants, who have been traveling in the Seoul metropolitan area since last weekend’s three-game series against the 토토사이트 Kiwoom Heroes in Gocheok, will not play a game for three consecutive days starting Monday, a day off. The team has also adjusted its starting rotation. Aaron Wilkerson, who was expected to start for LG Electronics, was kept on the bench for two consecutive days and will finally start against KT Wiz at home on April 25.

Sutton didn’t seem too worried about the cancellation for the second day in a row. “It will help us in this situation. It’s a team situation. Before yesterday’s game was canceled, we hadn’t had a game canceled in five weeks. Earlier in the season, we had a lot of rainouts, but during the rainy season, we were able to avoid them. If we don’t play now, our pitchers and hitters will have plenty of time to recover,” he said.

Instead, Sutton called a team meeting on the 22nd, the day the game was canceled, to deliver his message. Lotte had a roller-coaster week last week, picking up the pace again with a three-game sweep of the SSG Landers at home, only to be swept by Kiwoom in Gochuk, but there is still hope. They’re currently in seventh place, but they’re only two games back of fifth-place Doosan and three games back of fourth-place NC. They can still climb back into the top half of the standings at any time.

Coach Sutton also told the players, “We have 40 games left. It’s the last third. We’re going to be tired, we’re going to be exhausted, but we’re at a point where other teams are tired too. We have enough hope and we can go up. We just have to have a good balance of focus and stay focused on the game day by day.”

Sutton added: “I think this is the point where the fans enjoy it the most. Our recent form hasn’t been bad, so it’s definitely possible.”