veterans head to second string will new ‘heroes’ emerge?
Kiwoom Heroes Lee Ju-hyung.
The Kiwoom Heroes have effectively hit the “rebuild” button, trading away starting pitcher
Choi Won-tae after the injury to their top hitter Lee Jung-hoo. The roster has been getting
younger lately, 카지노사이트 with veterans being sent down to the second team one by one.
Kiwoom sent outfielder Lee Yong-kyu (38) down to the second team on the 21st, a day without a
game. The move was not due to injury, but to reorganize.
Lee Yong-kyu returned from injury after Lee Jung-hoo’s departure and took over as the team’s
captain. However, he hasn’t done much of anything since his return, batting just .206 (14-for-68),
so he was sent back down to the second team.
It’s Kiwoom’s row that’s noteworthy. Kiermaier has been sending veterans down to the second team more frequently this month.
On the last three days, Kiwoom sent outfielder Lee Hyung-jong (34) to the second team. Lee is
a veteran who signed a four-year, $2 billion contract as a free agent before the season. He struggled
at the plate and didn’t make the first team until the end of August.
On the 13th of the same month, main catcher Lee Ji-young (37) was removed from the first team for the first time this season. Lee was sidelined with a sore throat. She is the only veteran to be recently removed from the first team and placed on the injured list.
On the 18th, starter Chung Chan-heon (33) was also sent down to the second team. The team traded Choi Won-tae to LG to take over the starting spot, but he failed to live up to expectations with three consecutive poor performances. Jung Chan-heon was also a pre-season free agent signing.
The next day, on the 19th, infielder Lee Won-seok (37) was sent to the second team. Lee had already been sent down to the second team once in July and August for an adjustment period, 온라인카지노 but he was sent back to the second team just five days after his return. The veteran, who was acquired in a trade with the Samsung Lions during the season and signed an extension, continued to struggle.
The series of moves left Kiwoom’s first-team roster with only one pitcher, 1980s-born closer Im Chang-min (38). Im has been a stalwart of the team’s back door all season. It’s hard to imagine Kiwoom’s bullpen without him.
It’s true that there has been a combination of sluggishness and injuries, but unlike the first half of the season, when it was a “win now” situation, the veterans are being judged soberly. While the team hasn’t declared itself a “rebuilding team,” it’s actually an acknowledgment that this season won’t be easy.
This could be a good thing for prospects. It’s a great time for them to make their presence felt as the veterans’ spots become a “no-holds-barred” competition.
Lee Joo-hyung, 22, who was acquired in the Choi Won-tae trade and immediately earned a spot in the lineup, has made the most of his opportunity, hitting .308 with three home runs so far. He’s also dealt with military issues at a young age, so Kiwoom is a great environment for him to showcase his skills.
While Lee is the most prominent name on the list, there are other noteworthy prospects making their way to the first team.
Kim Dong-heon, catcher for the Kiwoom Heroes.
Kim Dong-hun (19) and backup Kim Xiang (22), who quickly became the starting catchers in Lee Ji-young’s absence, have seen their first-team playing time increase.
Rookie right-hander Oh Sang-won (19) made his first career start against the Lotte Giants on April 20, and outfielder Joo Sung-won (23) is also receiving more opportunities than ever before. Joo also has experience with cycling hits in the second team.
Kiwoom Heroes pitcher Oh Sang-won.
A completely different team color and direction in just one month. While many fans may be confused or disappointed, it also creates an opportunity for new star players to emerge. 카지노사이트존 That’s why it’s interesting to see what the ‘last place’ Kiwoom is doing.