Lee Jae-won (23), the ‘big boy’ of the professional baseball LG Twins, has finally joined the first team.

Yeom Gyeong-yeop, LG coach, announced Lee Jae-won’s registration in the 1st team at Jamsil Stadium in Seoul on the 6th and said, “Lee Jae-won received good reviews in the 2nd team.” said.

Coach Yeom said, “I want Lee Jae-won to show ‘puff baseball’ with Park Dong-won in the lower batting order.”

Lee Jae-won is a big shot who hit 13 homers in 85 games last season. His precision is somewhat lacking, but he is a hitter who produces long hits with formidable power.

Originally, Lee Jae-won was scheduled to join the Sangmu baseball team after last season, but he delayed his military service at the request of newly appointed coach Yeom Gyeong-yeop.

However, Lee Jae-won injured his left side in spring camp, and after going through recovery training, he played second-team games until recently.

Lee Jae-won showed off his superpowers in the Futures League this season. He went 4-for-16 (0.250 batting average) in 5 games, with 3 of those 4 hits being home runs.

Coach Yeom Gyeong-yeop said, “I don’t plan to burden Lee Jae-won,” and expected, “Because he is a player with good talent, he will be able to play his part.”

On this day, LG canceled infielder Song Chan-eui from the first team entry.

Coach Yeom Kyung-yeop said, “Song Chan-eui needs to improve his defensive skills by playing many games.”토스카지노

The match against the Doosan Bears on this day was canceled due to rain. After playing against the NC Dinos on the 3rd, LG took a long break as three consecutive games were canceled.

LG foreign pitcher Casey Kelly, who was scheduled to start on the 6th, will start against Doosan on the 7th.

Director Yeom Gyeong-yeop said, “It’s time for Kelly to find his skills.”

Kelly, who has been active as an ace since 2019, is sluggish with an average ERA of 5.66 with 1 win and 2 losses in 6 games this season.

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