‘Strong bottom’ Kiwoom Coach Hong Won-ki picks the key to victory in the second half

Kiwoom manager Hong Won-ki being interviewed

The professional baseball team Kiwoom Heroes is a team that can be paradoxically described as a ‘strong bottom’.

With the first half of the season coming to an end, they are at the bottom of the standings, but their winning percentage itself is not bad at 34 wins, 45 losses, and a winning percentage of 0.430.

Kiwoom, which has the highest win rate since the 10-team system began in 2015, is currently six games behind 5th place SSG Landers.

Depending on the results in the second half, it is a situation where we can challenge for not only escaping the bottom, but also advancing to the post-season.

Kiwoom Heroes manager Hong Won-ki, who has recently enjoyed an upward trend with five consecutive wins, chose ‘stabilization of the pitching staff’ as a condition for a second-half counterattack ahead of the game against LG Twins to be held at Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul on the 3rd. 카지노사이트

Coach Hong said, “Ha Young-min is struggling as the third starter, and Kim Yoon-ha showed potential at the end of the first half. If Kim In-beom can also perform as well as he did at the beginning of the season, we will be able to do our best in the fight for rankings in the second half.”

It is also good news for Kiwoom that veteran outfielder Lee Hyeong-jong can return at the start of the second half.

Lee Hyeong-jong, who was out of the first-team squad at the end of April due to an ankle injury, recently completed rehabilitation and is playing in Futures (second-team) league matches.

Coach Hong said, “If there are no issues after Lee Hyeong-jong plays all the games up to the 9th inning, we will decide the exact time of his call-up during the All-Star break.” 토토사이트 추천

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