Hangzhou AG manager Ryu Joong-il, former famous shortstop, visits Rapac to watch Lee Jae-hyun & Kim Joo-won on the 2nd
Hangzhou Asian Games national team coach Ryu Joong-il visited Daegu Samsung Lions Park on the 2nd, where the second game of the season between Samsung Lions and NC Dinos was held.
Head coach Ryu Joong-il, who visited the Daegu Samsung Lions Park for a field trip in preparation for the Asian Games to be held in Hangzhou, China in September, plans to keep an eye on Lee Jae-hyeon (20, Samsung) and Kim Joo-won (21, NC), shortstops from both teams. 바카라
Lee Jae-hyun, who joined Samsung last year after graduating from Seoul High School, posted a batting average of 2.3 and 5 Lee (54 hits in 230 at-bats), 7 home runs, 23 RBIs and 23 runs in 75 games in his first year of debut. Lee Jae-hyeon, who took over as the starting shortstop when Kim Sang-soo moved to KT, received intensive guidance from head coach Park Jin-man and defensive coach Son Joo-in, and his defensive ability improved even more.
As a right-handed shortstop, Kim Joo-won, a third-year graduate from Yushin High School, showed potential to become a large infielder by hitting double-digit home runs and stealing bases last year. In the regular season opener against Samsung on the 1st, he scored 3 wedges against Choong-yeon Choi in the 8th inning, leading 4-0.
The Hangzhou Asian Games have restrictions on the selection of players, such as age and year of joining, except for three wild cards. Coach Joong-il Ryu said he would visit the field frequently to listen to the evaluations of the coaching staff and see and understand the players with his own eyes.
He plans to visit the site frequently to form the best members under given conditions. He said that if there is a player he must see, he will go directly to Gwangju and Incheon, regardless of region.