‘Lion King’ first baseman’s silent defense ‘the effect came right away’ KIA captured with iron wall baseball

On the 12th, Jamsil Baseball Stadium ahead of the weekend’s three-game series against KIA. Doosan coach Lee Seung-yeop took the glove himself안전놀이터.

Director Lee is the only legend who won the Golden Glove 7 times as a first baseman during his active career.

Among the fielders in defensive training, Lee took over as first base and silently received the ball. Even if he occasionally made a bad remark, he didn’t point it out right away, but just gestured with a puzzled expression. All I could do was nod my head at a good throw.

The previous day, in the match against Lotte held in Sajik, Doosan dedicated the score with Kang Seung-ho’s defense faltering in the early stages. The defense and pitching staff then gave up the game in the end.

Was it because of Lee’s silent defense?

Doosan became a completely different team in the match against KIA on the 13th. From the beginning of the game, second baseman Lee Yoo-chan’s fantastic defense came out and caught the flow of the game. Shortstop Park Gye-beom also showed stable defense.

At the beginning of the 7th inning, Heo Gyeong-min, the original defensive fairy, saved the team. KIA lead hitter Choi Hyung-woo reached base with a double, Hwang Dae-in hit a strong ball toward third base, and Heo Kyung-min blocked the run with a straight hit.

In the 8th inning, which was chased 3-1, Su-bin Sue’s picturesque diving catch came out with 1 out and 2nd base. It was a super catch that erased Ko Jong-wook’s anti-ball.

In the bottom of the 8th inning, Doosan scored 3 points with Lee Yoo-chan’s triple and put a wedge in the victory.

It was a Doosan-style victory with Kim Dong-joo’s good pitching and iron wall defense.

Head coach Lee Seung-yeop, who set the target for April at 50%, is aiming for a higher score in May. He won more than one important victory at the turning point in May, when the 50% win rate collapsed.

Before the game, coach Lee Seung-yeop, who participated in defensive training as a first baseman, was captured.

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