Lee Jeong-hoo: “The pitcher I most want to face in the U.S. is Ryu Hyun-jin.”

Who is the pitcher that Kiwoom Lee Jeong-hoo, who will challenge for the Major League after this season, would most like to face in the United States? It was neither Otani nor Kershaw, but Ryu Hyun-jin, the ‘Korean Monster’.

crowd goes crazy when Lee Jeong-hoo, who had been out of the game for 80 days due to injury, comes in as a pinch hitter.

This was the last at-bat for Lee Jung-hoo, who will challenge for the Major League after this season, for his fans.

Starting with Rookie of the Year in 2017, Lee Jung-hoo has won most titles, including batting title, Golden Glove, and MVP, but what I am most attached to is the unexpected record.짱구카지노 주소

▶ Interview: Lee Jeong-hoo / Kiwoom Heroes outfielder
– “I was lucky enough to play in all games when I was a rookie at the age of 20. It’s never happened before, and it probably won’t happen again in the future.”

Lee Jeong-hoo, who advanced to the postseason for five consecutive years, said that he is not watching this year’s fall baseball at all since Kiwoom was eliminated.

▶ Interview: Lee Jeong-hoo / Kiwoom Heroes outfielder
– “I don’t watch it. I know the result, but I don’t look at it. Actually, I think that (Kiwoom being eliminated) is the biggest thing.”

The pitcher I wanted to face in the major league was not a foreign ace, but ‘Korean ace’ Ryu Hyun-jin.

▶ Interview: Jeong-hoo Lee / Kiwoom Heroes outfielder
– “When I entered the professional ranks, there was a place in the United States, and if I wanted to hit my senior’s ball, I had no choice but to go there. I want to experience the best pitcher’s ball in Korea.”

Now, Jeong-hoo Lee is challenging the world’s best stage with the determination to ‘do well’, just like his initial intention right before his professional baseball debut seven years ago.

▶ Interview: Jeong-hoo Lee / Major League Challenge
– “If I went back to this time 7 years ago and asked what I would be doing 7 years from now, I would have never imagined I would be doing this. I would like to say that I can do well.”

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