Hanwha Eagles third baseman Noh Si-hwan is earning records step by step toward a career high.

Noh Si-hwan hit his 18th home run of the season with a two-run arch at the end of the 5th inning against Lotte in the ‘2023 KBO League’ held at Daejeon Hanwha Life Insurance Eagles Park on the 5th.먹튀검증

It’s an unusual face.

Noh Si-hwan, who joined Hanwha in the 2nd round (3rd overall) in 2019, received attention as the future of the team until last year and was given a steady opportunity.

He hit his first double-digit home run (12) in 2020, followed by a personal record of 18 home runs in 2021.

His missing home run came back as he lost weight.

Roh Si-hwan did not show his presence with 2 home runs for a month after the opening, but exploded his unique long hitting power with 7 in May and 6 in June, and has already hit 3 home runs in July, drawing a perfect upward curve.

As Noh Si-hwan exerts his strength, Hanwha’s performance is also in the same direction. Hanwha, which was at the bottom at the beginning of the season, has recently climbed to 8th place with Noh Si-hwan’s increase in the number of home runs, such as a 9-game winning streak.

At the current pace, Noh Si-hwan seems to be able to win the first Golden Glove in his life. The problem is Choi Jeong (SSG), who is holding on to the third baseman division.

Choi Jeong also took the lead in the home run category, recording a batting average of 0.311, 19 homers and 58 RBIs, and has surpassed the Golden Glove and activated the MVP mode.

Currently, there is no big difference between Choi Jeong and Roh Si-hwan’s records. They are similar in many ways, such as a batting average in the early 30%, an on-base percentage approaching 40%, and an OPS in the mid-to-late 90% range.

In the end, the competition between the two players to be the best third baseman this season is expected to continue until the end of the season, and it seems that the home run title will be decided.

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