He also hit a grand slam. OPS 1.371. ‘Jamsil Big Boy’, who is chewing on the 2nd team, will he break the 1st team barrier this time? 

 It’s really difficult. He doesn’t have the skills to play in the 2nd team, but he doesn’t show up in the 1st team.안전놀이터

LG Twins’ ‘Jamsil Big Boy’ Lee Jae-won is bombing the Futures League as soon as he drops to the second team. Jaewon Lee was moved down to the 2nd group on the 3rd.

That’s because he didn’t produce any notable results in August. He was promoted to the first team on August 1, hoping to be a force against left-handed pitchers, but he batted just .204 (6-for-25) with 4 RBIs before being sent down to the second team. As the number of at-bats decreased, his batting ability deteriorated, so he was sent down to the second team to find his hitting again.

He’s hitting tremendously as soon as he gets down to the second tier. In 6 games through the 9th, he has 7 hits in 18 at-bats, a batting average of .308, 9 rims, 2 home runs, and 8 RBIs. He got a whopping 9 walks and struck out only 4. He even scored in all six games. His slugging percentage is .707.8 and his on-base percentage is .59.3. The OPS is a whopping 1.371.

They are literally ‘chewing up’ the Futures League.

On the 5th against Goyang Heroes, he was 0-hit in 2 at-bats, but had 3 walks and scored 2 runs. Against Goyang on the 7th, he was 0-hit in 1 at-bat, but only 4 walks. Against Doosan on the 8th, he went 3-for-4 with two doubles and 3 RBIs, and against Doosan on the 9th, he went 2-for-3 with a home run and 4 RBIs. Lee Jae-won, who hit a double in his first at-bat in the bottom of the first inning and scored the first run, hit a grand slam over the left field fence from Doosan pitcher Cho Sun-myeong with the bases loaded and two outs in the bottom of the seventh. Even in his chances, he seems to be showing off his batting ability without regret.

It’s this good, but I can’t upload it right away. Since you were dropped to group 2 on the 3rd, you can move up to group 1 again on the 13th. LG does not have a game on the 13th and can be promoted to the first team starting with the Changwon NC Dinos game on the 14th.

This time, the question is whether the good hitting and confidence from the second team can be demonstrated in the first team. Jaewon Lee’s overall batting average in the Futures League is .3093 (24 hits in 61 at-bats). He has 6 home runs, 19 RBIs, a slugging percentage of .700, 800, and an on-base percentage of .502, 0.6 and an OPS of 1.313. However, his first-team performance was limited to a batting average of .206, 3 home runs, and 17 RBI.

What LG manager Yeom Kyung-yeop wanted from Lee Jae-won was for him to grow while being able to freely use his swing in his lower-ranking lineup. However, he was unable to develop his strengths and was held back by his weaknesses.

Will he be able to break the ‘wall’ of the first team this time? In the end, Jaewon Lee has to overcome it on his own.


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