Lee Myung-gi’s time has returned… Returning from injury after 6 months with 2 hits and 3 RBIs, “Having 1,100 hits in total is motivation.”
“It was a good motivation to be able to achieve 1,100 hits while coming back after rehabilitation.”
Hanwha Eagles’ veteran outfielder Lee Myung-ki (36) hit two hits and had three RBIs. On the 4th, he played well as the designated hitter in the Daegu Samsung Lions game. He returned from injury and had his first hit and first RBI.
Hanwha, with a strong batting lineup, concentrated 13 hits, including 2 home runs, and won 11-7.
Lee Myung-gi, who walked in his first at-bat in the top of the first inning, retired with an infield ground ball in the second and fourth innings. He recorded an RBI on a grounder to second base in the second inning.메이저사이트
In the top of the 5th inning with a 7-4 lead, Lee Jin-young and Choi In-ho hit consecutive home runs. 9-4. Number 4 Nick Williams hit a double with 2 outs and runners on second base. Lee Myung-gi then scored the first hit. He hit a double to left and brought Williams, the runner on second base, home.
He returned from the game against NC Dinos on the 1st and hit a hit for the first time in three games. It was his 1,100th hit in his career. He said, “Actually, I was a bit discouraged this season as I got injured just one hit away from reaching 1,100 hits. But I think that attitude helped me focus on rehabilitation.”
In the 7th inning with 2 outs and runners on second base, he scored 1 RBI with a timely hit.
Myung-gi Lee said, “I didn’t play in a few games, but I kept catching well-hit balls, so I tried not to worry about it. Today, I went to bat with a little less pressure, and it led to multiple hits.”
Myung-gi Lee suffered a serious injury to his right ankle in the 5th inning of the Daejeon SSG Landers match on April 7. He hit a single and succeeded in stealing second base, in the process injuring his right ankle. They fell out of power after just 6 games of the opening season. He returned after six months after undergoing surgery, rehabilitation treatment, and rehabilitation training.
Although he is not yet at 100% of his pre-injury condition, Hanwha needed a veteran with a career batting average of .366.
“I will try my best to help the team win more games for the rest of the season.”