He also hit a grand slam. OPS 1.371. ‘Jamsil Big Boy’ chewing the fat in the second team, will he break the first team wall this time?

It’s hard. You don’t have the skills to play in the second team, but you don’t have the skills to play in the first team.

LG Twins’ Jamsil Big Boy Lee Jae-won has been bombing the Future League since he was sent down to the second team. Lee was sent down to the second team on the last three days.

This is because he didn’t perform well in August. He was promoted to the first team on August 1, hoping to give him a boost against left-handed pitching, but he was just 2-for-4 with six RBIs in 25 at-bats before being sent down. As his at-bats dwindled, he began to lose his feel for the game, so he was sent down to the second level to find it again.

As soon as he got down to the second level, he started hitting like crazy. Through nine days and six games, he’s 7-for-18 with two home runs and eight RBIs. He’s drawn a whopping nine walks and struck out just four times. He has driven in runs in all six games. His on-base percentage is 7-for-8 and his slugging percentage is 5-for-9. His OPS is a whopping 1.371.

He’s literally “chewing up” the Futures League.

Against the Goyang Heroes on the 5th, he went 2-for-2 but drew three walks and scored two runs, and against the Goyang on the 7th, he went 1-for-1 but drew four walks. Against Doosan on the 8th, he went 4-for-3 with two doubles and three RBIs, and against Doosan on the 9th, he went 3-for-2 with a home run and four RBIs. Lee, who led off the game with a double in his first at-bat in the bottom of the first inning, hit a grand slam over the left field fence off Doosan pitcher Choi Jong-myung with two outs in the bottom of the seventh. He is making the most of his batting chances.메이저놀이터

It’s so good, but I can’t post it right away. He went down to the second team on the 3rd, so he can come back up to the first team on the 13th. LG doesn’t have a game on the 13th, and he can come up to the first team on the 14th against the Changwon NC Dinos.

This time, it’s about whether his good hitting and confidence in the second team can be shown in the first team. Lee Jae-won is batting 3-for-9 in the entire Futures League (24 for 61). He has six home runs, 19 RBIs, a 7-for-8 slugging percentage, a 5-for-6 OPS, and a 1.313 on-base percentage. In the first team, however, he batted just 2-for-6 with three home runs and 17 RBIs.

What LG manager Yeom Kyung-yeop wanted from Lee was for him to develop his swing in the lower levels of the organization. However, he failed to develop his strengths and got stuck in his weaknesses.

This time, it’s up to Lee Jae-won to break through the “wall” of the first team.

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