Lee Jae-won’s batting speed, the ‘new big shot’ of professional baseball LG, is a hot topic every day.
He is hitting the ball with explosive force as if trying to blow away the regret of his late start to the season because of his injury.
This is reporter Hong Seok-jun.
Another ‘light speed mankind’ has appeared in professional baseball.
The main character is LG’s ‘Jamsil Big Boy’ Lee Jae-won.
While Moon Dong-ju of Hanwha Eagles threw 160km/h on the mound, Lee Jae-won is hitting bullets with a speed of over 180km at bat.
Lee Jae-won’s batting speed, which was a sweeping final double in the KT game on the 17th, was 181.8 km based on the team’s Trackman measurement, and center fielder Alford was unable to respond.
LG coach Yeom Gyeong-yeop praised Jae-Won Lee, saying, “The batting speed of the top class in the major leagues”.
On the 16th, Lee Jae-won is also showing off his strength after returning from injury, with two consecutive homers hitting the mid-to-late 170km mark.
Although the sample is small, compared to his previous seasons, Jaewon Lee’s average exit velocity has increased by leaps and bounds.토토사이트
With a height of 192 cm and a weight of 100 kg,
<Lee Jae-won / LG Outfielder> “I tried a lot, but I think I should thank my parents.”
The main analysis is that he achieved growth as he accumulated first-team experience.
<Jang Seong-ho / KBSN Sports Commentator> “Because hip turn (pelvic rotation) and waist rotation are far superior to other players… Good speed comes out when swing know-how and ability to handle the ball are combined together.”
The paintings that 24-year-old Lee Jae-won will show at Jamsil Bee in the future are still inexhaustible.
This is Hong Seok-joon from Yonhap News TV. (email@example.com)