8 runs in 7 games, team batting average ‘0.191’, rearranging the batting order Manager Hong Won-ki “We have to try anything”

The entire batting lineup is frozen.

From May 19 against the KIA Tigers to May 26 against the Lotte Giants, the team batted 1-for-9 in seven games. The Kiwoom Heroes have come up empty in their last seven games, scoring just eight runs. They have the fewest runs scored and the lowest batting average among the 10 teams in that span. They have six doubles without a home run. Went 6-for-38 with runners in scoring position.

He lost 0-3 to KT Wiz on the 25th and 0-2 to Lotte on the 26th. They scored one run against KT on the 24th, so they totaled one run in three games.

Core hitter Lee Jung-hoo’s slump was disappointing. In the last seven games, he has just three hits in 24 at-bats and a 1-for-2 record. As a center fielder, Lee’s slump is bound to be noticeable.

Before the game against Lotte on the 27th, manager Hong Won-ki said, “I don’t blame Lee Jung-hoo, but the whole lineup.

sank. Lee was unlucky to get a good pitch that went right in front of him. I don’t want the players to be impatient. It’s not easy for me to let go of my impatience,” he said.스포츠토토

Hong’s wrinkles deepen with the batting slump.

The Heroes made changes to their starting lineup against Lotte on July 27. Kim Hwi-jip batted second, Lee Jung-hoo batted third, Kim Hye-sung batted fourth, and Edison Russell batted fifth. Lee Hyung-jong, who was left out the day before, was named the ninth outfielder. Hong said, “We have to try anything. I put Kim Hui-jip in the second spot and Kim Hye-sung in the fourth spot, but it doesn’t mean much.”

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