Hanwha Chae Eun-seong tasted it after 21 days.
On the 9th, Chae Eun-seong made a runaway run in the 6th inning with a 3-0 lead against SSG in Daejeon. Chae Eun-seong, who started as the lead batter, hit the second cut fastball (139 km) from SSG second pitcher Ro-Woon Lee and ball count 0B-1S and blew it out of the middle fence. The flying distance is 125m. It was a ball big enough to intuit a home run the moment he hit it. The 11th season arch that broke out 21 days after the Daejeon Kiwoom match on the 18th of last month. Hanwha defeated SSG 7-0 and broke the losing streak. 온라인바카라
Chae Eun-seong, who met with reporters after the game, said with a bright smile, “I lost yesterday unfortunately, but I am happy to win the last game of the week and rest.” Chae Eun-seong, who had not felt good at hitting, hoped that a blow in 21 days would be a turning point. He said, “Recently, the feeling of hitting has come and gone, but the direction of the hit was good, and I think it will be a turning point (to recover the feeling of hitting).”
Chae Eun-seong, who played for LG until last year after making his professional debut in 2009, obtained FA status after the season and transferred to Hanwha under the condition of a maximum total of 9 billion won for 6 years. General manager Son Hyuk revealed the reason for the recruitment, saying, “Chae Eun-seong is an exemplary player who has played in more than 100 games for the last 7 consecutive years along with his steady performance, and his long hitting power and RBI production are excellent.” He added, “Inseong is also a great player. I decided that he could be a model for veterans who lead by example in our team, which has many young players.”
As of the 9th, Chae Eun-seong has played in 73 games and is recording a batting average of 2.95 li (84 hits in 285 bats), 11 home runs, 47 RBIs, 46 points, and an OPS of 0.831. He’s not just talented. Chae Eun-seong is setting a good example for the younger players on his team. Young players, including Noh Si-hwan, say in unison, “I’m learning a lot from senior Chae Eun-seong.” In response, he lowered himself, saying, “It’s because the players felt through failure and worked hard. I haven’t done anything. If you come up and ask, all I can do is tell you.”
He became a hot topic by leaving a saying to his juniors, “It’s fun to win.” He emphasized, “I was talking about it for a laugh, but it became an issue. Hanwha, which was classified as the weakest team ahead of this season, created a stir by winning eight consecutive victories in 18 years. Chae Eun-seong predicted, “There are many good materials for the pitching part, so there are many things to look forward to in the second half. Young players have also gained a lot of confidence by repeating success and failure, so they will do better.”
Having been selected as an All-Star in the first baseman division of the Sharing All-Stars, he drew the line that he had no intention of organizing a surprise event. “I’m thinking about participating in the All-Star Game. I’m not the type to do a lot of action. (Surprising events) It’s fun to be a regular player, but it’s not fun if I do it,” he laughed.