Produce ground balls instead of home runs… I felt the heat of 35 degrees, the ‘national hitter’ with a bat

“It’s an honor?”

The ‘home run hitter’ started hitting the ground ball. There are even people who stick out their tongues and say that he plays well.

Doosan Bears manager Lee Seung-yeop made a name for himself as a ‘home run hitter’ during his active career. He drew온라인바카라, 467 arches in the KBO League alone, setting the record for the first place in career home runs, and the name of manager Lee is still engraved on the top home run.

My first spring camp as a coach. The bat was still in Lee’s hand. In the heat of up to 35 degrees Celsius, Lee vigorously turned the bat during the morning fungo training.

Director Lee’s batted ball went all over the infield, and Doosan’s fielders threw their bodies to catch the ball. When infielder Jeon Min-jae threw himself to catch the ball, manager Lee put down the bat for a while and clapped his hands to cheer him up.

Prior to training, coach Lee replied, “I think the players will be uncomfortable” when asked, “Do you have any plans to play fungo?” There is one reason why coach Lee threw a fungo. He wanted to get closer to the team.

Coach Lee said, “I’m a long hitter, but I like to hit ‘slowly’. It’s good that I work hard,” he said. It won’t be well. Today, I wanted to move my body once and feel how much it feels while being together as the weather is hot.”

Coach Lee continued, “(The players) did well. When I played fungo, I saw that they had a strong will and effort to do diving catches. When the time comes, the team will be able to change dramatically.”

The players also smiled at Lee’s Fungo. Yang Seok-hwan said, “He didn’t make many mistakes and he hit well,” and “I’m grateful that he seems to care a lot about the team.”

On the 10th, the day before, he tossed the ball during tee batting training. Kim Jae-hwan smiled, saying, “I wasn’t nervous or anything.

What does the training of the ‘national hitter’ directly mean? Manager Lee laughed, saying, “I can’t catch catcher’s fly or outfield punch.”

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