LG held a New Year’s ceremony at Jamsil Baseball Stadium in Seoul on the afternoon of the 4th with CEO Kim In-sung, general manager Cha Myung-seok, head coach Yeom Kyung-yeop and players gathered.
Yeom Kyung-yeop, senior coach Kim Jung-joon, and battery coach Park Kyung-wan, who were newly appointed to the LG Twins late last year, greeted the players. In addition, new homeowners Park Dong-won, Yoon Ho-sol, and Kim Yu-young also greeted the team in glossy jumpers.
After the New Year’s celebration, head coach Yeom Kyung-yeop shook hands with the players one by one. He shook hands with “Jamsil Big Boy” Lee Jae-won and looked surprised once again by his big size. Lee Jae-won is 192 centimeters tall and weighs 105 kilograms. 카지노사이트
Coach Yeom Kyung-yeop said from the first day of joining the finishing camp, “I thought I should make him like Park Byung-ho while looking at Lee Jae-won. “We also thought about making one fourth batter, but they said they were going to the military,” he said, expressing regret.
However, as Lee Jae-won delayed his military enlistment, the project to make “LG Big Boy” Park Byung-ho has already begun in Yeom Kyung-yeop’s head, and there is a high possibility that he has taken action in earnest from the spring camp. In addition, Lee Jae-won is expected to have more opportunities to play as he joins the first baseman position, which has a gap with Chae Eun-sung’s transfer to Hanwha.
The LG coaching staff and the team are posing, shouting fighting.
Lee Jae-won was nominated 17th overall in the second round in 2018 and joined LG, and Lee Jae-won won the Futures League home run king in 2020 and 2021. He appeared in 85 games in the 2022 season, batting .224 with 13 home runs, 50 hits and 43 RBIs.
Meanwhile, the LG Twins will leave for the U.S. on the 30th.