‘Compared to KS’ Cheongbaekjeon, why did Yeomgalang make 2 bitter comments?
Coach Yeom Kyung-yup was bitter twice while watching his own blue-and-white team. It was a play that shouldn’t have happened in practice.
LG played a blue-and-white game at LG Champions Park in Icheon on the 23rd. It was the first blue-and-white game for LG, which started training camp on the 19th. The game was played with the main team and the backup team.
Hong Chang-ki (center fielder), Park Hae-min (designated hitter), Kim Hyun-soo (left fielder), Austin (first baseman), Oh Ji-hwan (shortstop), Moon Bo-kyung (third baseman), Moon Sung-joo (right fielder), Kim Min-sung (second baseman), and Heo Do-hwan (catcher) were the starting lineup for the main team.
Park Dong-won, who took an early break due to a season-ending left wrist strain, played as the designated hitter for the backup team. Ahn Ik-hoon (left fielder), Jung Ju-hyun (third baseman), Son Ho-young (shortstop), Lee Jae-won (right fielder), Kim Bum-seok (first baseman), Park Dong-won (designated hitter), Seo Gun-chang (second baseman), Jeon Jun-ho (catcher), and Choi Seung-min (center fielder) were the starting lineup for the backup team.
In the six-inning game, the blue-and-white team collected eight hits. Only two players, Hong Chang-ki and Heo Do-hwan, did not have a hit. 온라인카지노 Austin had the only multi-hit game with three hits and two RBIs, while Moon Bo-kyung went 1-for-1 with a double and two walks for a 100% fielding percentage.
Hae-min Park had three hits for Jangta, while Kim Min-seong, Kim Hyun-soo, and Moon Sung-ju each had one hit.
In the second inning, Moon Bo-kyung led off with a walk against left-hander Son Ju-young, and Kim Min-sung followed with a single to center field. “I’m looking forward to Kim Min-sung’s performance against a left-hander like NC’s Kim Sung-wook yesterday,” Yoon said with a smile.
In the third inning, Park Hae-min led off with a triple to right-center field, and Kim Hyun-soo followed with a sacrifice fly. Two batters later, Oh Ji-hwan laid down a bunt and scored on the pitcher’s infield hit to third base. With runners on first and second, Moon Sung-joo hit a single to left field to score a run.
At the end of the season, Coach Yeom said, “Sung-ju doesn’t hit well when there are runners on second and third base. I’ll have him practice hitting with runners in scoring position in the Blue-Black game.” He hit a single in his first at-bat.
However, on the left fielder’s home run, Moon stepped on first base and tried to advance to second, but was late. The catcher quickly threw to first base and tagged him out. Moon tried to make an aggressive run but was thrown out at the plate. The inning is over. It was good to get the hit, but it ended any chance of scoring. “If that happens in a game…” said Yeom bitterly.
In the sixth inning, Moon Bo-kyung led off with a single to right, and Moon Sung-ju came to bat with the bases loaded. Moon laid down a sacrifice bunt, but the ball went straight to the pitcher. Pitcher Lee Sang-young caught it and threw to second for the out at first base. The tying run was on first base.
It was an unsuccessful bunt by Moon, who hadn’t had much luck with sacrifice bunts in the regular season. Coach Yoon also mentioned Moon’s bunting ability in this scene, and he had some unfortunate things to say about it.