“I don’t think it’s a physical problem.”

If there was Shin Min-jae in the LG Twins this season, there was Moon Sung-joo last year. He played as an alternative outfielder, but gradually took the starting position with an advantage of accurate hitting.

During the month of July, he showed a tremendous blow of 37%, raising his pitch as an “outdoor batting king.” If the good batting sense continues until the end of the season, it is expected that it will be able to compete with Kiwoom Lee Jung-hoo for the batting king while filling the regulation at-bats.

However, the sense of hitting dropped sharply in the fall. He had a batting average of .336 until August, but fell into a slump of .149 in September, and eventually failed to meet the required innings. He finished the season with a batting average of .33, six home runs and 41 RBIs.

This season, the blow is falling in the second half of the season. Moon Sung-joo, who had a batting average of 313 until July, had a batting average of only 258 in August, and is still struggling with two hits in nine at-bats and a batting average of 222 in three games in September. He has a season batting average of .32%, 111 hits, two home runs and 38 RBIs until the 4th, so the key was whether he could keep his batting average of .300.

LG manager Yeom Kyung-yeop diagnosed Moon Sung-joo’s slump at the end of the season during the Arizona spring camp in January, saying, “It was physically difficult because it was my first full-time season.”

But he changed his mind this season. Coach Yeom said, “I don’t think it’s a physical problem.”

Coach Yeom said, “I thought Moon Sung-joo had physical problems last year, so I paid more attention to Moon Sung-joo’s physical management than other players this year,” adding, “I tried to rest much more than other outfielders such as Park Hae-min and Hong Chang-ki so that I could maintain a batting average of .32 until the end of the season.”

In fact, Park Hae-min played in all 112 games, and Hong Chang-ki took 517 at-bats as a top hitter. On the other hand, Moon Sung-joo played in 105 games and played 429 at-bats. As he entered the bottom lineup, the number of at-bats was small. That’s how much the physical save was made.

Nevertheless, Moon Sung-joo’s batting has slowed down over the summer of this season. Coach Yeom said, “It seems certain that it is not a physical problem,” hinting that there is a technical problem other than physical strength.

Will Moon Sung-joo’s September end in a slump like last year. Or will there be a rebound. Moon Sung-joo scored two RBIs with two ground balls against KT on the 5th, but he only had no hits in four at-bats, and his batting average collapsed by .300 to 298.토토사이트 순위

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