“It feels good to break the losing streak and go straight into a winning streak.”
Hanwha Eagles’ Moon Hyun-bin “Gojoluki” (19) hit his 112th hit of the season in the second inning against the Lotte Giants in Daejeon on May 15. His 143rd hit was a two-run homer. The tiebreaking home run was a stepping stone to a 7-4 comeback win.
Trailing 0-2 with one out in the bottom of the second inning. In the 2B1S, he took a 144-kilometer-per-hour fastball thrown by Lotte starter Na Kyun-ahn and sent it into the right-field stands.
It was his first home run in 35 days after hitting No. 4 against the Kiwoom Heroes at the Gocheok Dome on Sept. 10.
Moon hit his first professional home run on June 14 against Lotte at Sajik Baseball Stadium in Busan. The opposing pitcher was Dan Streeley. The next day, on June 15, he hit his second home run off Na Kyun-ahn. More than two months after the opening day, he hit his first and second home runs against Lotte.
Of his five home runs this season, three came against Lotte and two against Na Kyun-ahn. He has a long history with Lotte when it comes to home runs.
Moon Hyun-bin hit an RBI single in the bottom of the sixth inning. He finished with two hits and three RBIs.메이저놀이터
Moon Hyun-bin, who graduated from Bukil High School, is a second-round pick in the 2023 rookie draft. He has been one of the best performers among rookie outfielders this year. He reached the 100-hit mark on April 2 against the NC Dinos. He is the seventh high school player to reach 100 hits in his rookie season.
“I want to give myself a lot of credit for staying in the first team regardless of my record,” Moon said.
After the regular season, he will take a day off before heading to the Miyazaki Education League. “I’m looking forward to the education league. I heard that there are good pitchers. I want to hit well. I’ll have a way to cope with them. I think it’s a good opportunity.”