I don’t think the ceremony is a bit off before the play is over.”

Lee Jung-hoo (Kiwoom) is heading to the major leagues after this season. The time to be interested in advancing to the major leagues has passed. Boras Corporation was hired as an American agency, and the new uniform and ransom to be worn in the 2023-2024 free agent market are of interest.

Lee Jeong-hoo went through personal training in 온라인카지노 LA this winter with Lee Eui-ri (KIA), a junior from his domestic agency. As he adjusted his batting posture ahead of his advance to the major leagues, he began preparing for the ball quickly from major league pitchers. He has many dreams, such as winning the batting title three times in a row, winning MVP two times in a row, and winning the Korean Series in Kiwoom.

There is a lot of talk about why the upcoming March WBC will be Lee Jung-hoo’s showcase. It is a stage where you can test your competitiveness against major league pitchers in advance. However, during a recent spring camp interview held at Salt River at Talking Stick in Scottsdale, Arizona, USA, Lee Jung-hoo said of the WBC, “It is not my showcase, it is a national team game. to represent the country. It is not a place to satisfy individual self-interest. I am running for my country.”

Seriously. Lee Jung-hoo does not focus on showing his competitiveness in the WBC, but is determined to sacrifice his bunt if coach Lee Kang-cheol sends his autograph. “You have to bet on the team and bunt. It’s a short game. Even if you do well in one or two matches in the WBC, it is not something that can be evaluated. It’s too small a number to evaluate in one game. Samples are small. I don’t think of it as a showcase at all.”

In fact, to Lee Jung-hoo, WBC is imprinted as ‘The Show’ of his father, LG coach Lee Jong-beom, and Doosan coach Lee Seung-yeop. In the 2006 tournament against Japan in the last game of the second round, coach Lee Jong-beom hit a double with one RBI from left-middle with one out, second base and third base in the top of the 8th inning when the score was 0-0. He was out on third base, but the ‘hurrah ceremony’ at that time still remains in the memory of many baseball fans.

Coach Lee Seung-yeop’s 2006 WBC 1st round match at Tokyo Dome left a deep impression on Lee Jung-hoo as he made a come-from-behind two-run four in the 8th inning, where he was trailing 1-2. Lee Jung-hoo even intuited this game on the spot. “I heard that I saw the 2002 Asian Games in Busan, but I was too young (born in 1998, 4 years old at the time) so I can’t remember. I still remember vividly seeing coach Lee Seung-yeop hit a come-from-behind two-run home run against Japan at WBC in 2006.”

The decisive blow and ceremony between the father and coach Lee was the heavy ‘The Show’ that raised the pride of Korean baseball. Lee Jung-hoo is also preparing to hit a shot at the upcoming WBC, not for his major league showcase, but for Korean baseball. He laughed and said, “I also remember my father holding a ceremony, but I don’t think the ceremony is a bit off before the play is over.”

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