It’s Samsung in fourth place, but the batting is still low… Does it not register as the 2nd-tier home run king

Samsung Lions ranks fourth in the league. However, Samsung Lions is still at the bottom of the team batting list this season.

The Samsung Lions have maintained a winning rate of 5 wins, 5 losses, and 50% in the last 10 games, marking a total of 38 wins, 1 draw, 31 losses, and a winning rate of 0.551 in the season, ranking fourth in the league.노래방알바

He swept three consecutive games of the Daegu LG Twins held during the week last week, and recorded one win and two losses against the Changwon NC Dinos on the weekend, but trailed the third-place Doosan Bears (40 wins, two draws and 31 losses) by one game and led the fifth-place SSG Landers (36 wins, one draw and 33 losses).

Unlike in previous years, Samsung’s mound has remained stable. Notably, Samsung ranks fourth with a 4.67 ERA, the same as the league’s ranking.

In addition, foreign pitcher Reyes has won seven major titles in the pitching category, tying for second in victory, and native ace Won Tae-in is ranking second in the league alone after KIA Tigers Nail (2.21) with a 3.04 ERA.

In addition, the bullpen pitcher lineup is also showing stable performance. Lim Chang-min, a must-winner, pitched in 32 games with a record 18 holds and an earned run average of 3.86. He is ranking first in the hold category, while Oh Seung-hwan, the closing pitcher, also made 21 saves to rank No. 1 in the save category, beating over Jung Hae-young of Kia, a “big closer.”

However, Samsung boasts a solid mound, but its batting index was still disappointing. In particular, the absence of long hitters, which had been pointed out every year, is not improving. Park Byung-ho, who was hired in a trade with the KT Wiz, joined the attack with eight homers and 22 RBIs, but he is somewhat disappointed with the batting average of 0.206.

He is also at the bottom of the standings with a team batting average of 0.268, ranking eighth in the league with a team on-base percentage of 0.345, and seventh with a slugging percentage of 0.409. This is Samsung’s batting lineup, which remains at the bottom of the league.

Samsung has weak batting power compared to pitchers’ power. Against this backdrop, Samsung has put promising players in the Futures League (second tier).

The main character is infielder Lee Chang-yong. After graduating from Dongducheon Shinheung High School – Gangneung Yeongdong University, Lee Chang-yong wore Samsung’s uniform as the No. 73 player in the 8th round in the second round of rookie draft in 2021, joined the military as an industrial technician in November that year, and quickly completed his military service and returned to the ground this season.

Lee Chang-yong has displayed remarkable performance in the Futures League. As of Thursday, he had a batting average of 0.320 40 hits, two hits, 10 homers, 31 RBIs and a slugging percentage of 0.656 with an on-base percentage of 0.366 OPS (on-base percentage + on-base percentage) of 1.023 in 40 games in the Futures League.

In particular, it ranks first in the league in home runs and OPS, and ranks sixth in batting average and third in RBIs, matching the title of “big shot prospect.”

Samsung coach Park Jin-man may have also confirmed that a promising player has been created in the Futures League. However, Lee is still playing in Gyeongsan (Samsung Futures Stadium) and as a nurturing player.

It could be regrettable for Lee Chang-yong, who has a good batting sense. Why is Lee unable to play in the first division of Samsung that needs a big hit.

The reason for this was simple bruising. Lee was reportedly scheduled to join the first team entry along with the official registration last week.

According to a Samsung official on the afternoon of the 17th, “Lee Chang-yong was planning a call-up for the first team last week. However, while dealing with Choo Shin-soo’s ground ball to the first base during defense in the top of the first inning against the SSG Landers in Gyeongsan on the 5th, he was simply bruised with an irregular bound. After a six-day break, he started playing again from last week, but his registration as a first-team player failed due to a recurrence of pain during the game on the 13th.”

He added, “After that, I will take a break, including this weekend, and then play again from the Futures League game on the 18th.”

He is also said to be in good condition. He does not have pain in his bruised finger and is expected to play normally on Wednesday. If he shows the same feeling of hitting as before the bruising, Lee’s debut match in the first division is also expected to go smoothly.

Samsung’s new big gun resource will enter the batter’s box at Lions Park. Lee Chang-yong, who is about to make his first debut in the first division, is expected to finally shine.

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