Growing up struggling with two-tone rhythms…passing exams with desperation

By Dae-ho Lee With a record of 19 wins and 27 losses, the Kiwoom Heroes have fallen to eighth place in the standings, proving the adage that baseball is a pitcher’s game.

Despite ranking fourth in the league with a team ERA of 3.51 and third in the league with a starting ERA of 3.39, the team has fallen to the bottom of the standings.

Despite leading the league in quality starts (6+ innings of 3 earned runs or less) with 29, well ahead of the second-place Doosan Bears (21), the team has struggled with batting silence.

The hitters’ batting cycles have been on a downward spiral, making it difficult for them to even score runs.

“We may not be lucky with our batting, but all of our batting indicators are dropping, so we’re trying to make a breakthrough with a change in the batting order,” said Kiwoom manager Hong Won-ki ahead of the 27th game against the Gocheok Lotte Giants.

Kiwoom, who has lost three straight, has scored just one run in his last three games.

As for the focus on the team’s center fielder, Lee Jung-hoo’s slump, he said, “The whole batting lineup is going down, so it’s cruel to put all the blame on Lee Jung-hoo. It’s not just him,” he emphasized.

Kiwoom’s team batting average is 0.244, which ranks ninth in the league, and their average runs scored per game is 3.7, which ranks ninth in the league.안전놀이터

To combat the frustration, the team took a light-hearted approach to the game.

Coarse salt was sprinkled around the Keum dugout, and two bottles of rice wine were found in the dugout trash can.

Typically, professional baseball teams have a big workout before the start of the season to ensure good performance and prevent injuries.

The Kiwoom staff, hoping to end their losing streak, sprinkled rice wine near the Kiwoom dugout and all over the infield, except for the batters and mound

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