Kim Jae-hwan (35), the 4th hitter of Doosan, predicted a rebound with less pressure.
Prior to the 2022 season, Kim Jae-hwan signed a free agent contract with the original team Doosan for a total of 11.5 billion won over 4 years. However, the first year of his contract was below expectations. Due to a chronic knee injury, he had a batting average of 0.248, 23 homers, and 72 RBIs in 128 games, and an OPS of 0.800. He hit 20 home runs for three consecutive years, but his 23 home runs last year were below expectations.
Since then, Doosan has appointed ‘national hitter’ Lee Seung-yeop as the new head coach. Director Lee Seung-yeop’s appearance can be of great help to Kim Jae-hwan. This is because they know Kim Jae-hwan’s erotic matters more than anyone else.
Afterwards, the interview between manager Lee Seung-yeop and Kim Jae-hwan, which was released on the club’s YouTube channel Bear Stevie, became a hot topic. At the time, coach Lee said, “The team had 101 home runs. If the fourth hitter had hit 40, it would have gone up to 130.”
The command tower’s reprimand served as an opportunity to awaken Kim Jae-hwan. 메이저사이트
On the 2nd, we met at the Blacktown International Sports Park in Sydney, Australia, a spring camp site, and brought up the story of the 40th home run coach Lee Seung-yeop said. Just then, director Lee Seung-yeop passed by the place where the interview was being held to have lunch. At the same time, when his story came out, he cleared his throat and passed by.
Kim Jae-hwan, who laughed for a while, said, “I think the coach’s wish is my wish.” he emphasized.
Once the environment has changed. He handed over the captain’s seat to Heo Kyung-min, relieving some of the burden. In addition, hitting coach Koji Goto, who hit 44 homers in 2018 and helped him win MVP, is back. And that year, Yang Eui-ji, who supported Kim Jae-hwan in the 5th spot, also made a comeback.
The year with good memories and the situation became the same. Only Kim Jaehwan needs to do well.
He said, “A lot of things are going in the good direction, so I try to think positively. I will also talk a lot with Coach Goto in Australia. He is a coach with whom I can communicate well. Coming here, I’m happy that I have someone I can talk to about the difficult parts. Even when I was in NC, I met and contacted him often. Now that I see him every day, it’s better.”