Demonstration match 0.194 → regular season 0.350. “I will break the curse” I guess it’s not a lie. Among the new foreign hitters, LG Austin ranks first

Is it really like his own words to cut off the foreign batter’s curse?

Austin Dean, a foreign hitter for the LG Twins, shows how he quickly adapts to Korean baseball by hitting hits every day.

As of the 6th, Austin has a batting average of 3.5 (7 hits in 20 at-bats) with 1 RBI and 6 runs scored. It is unfortunate that there are few RBIs, but having 6 runs means that they are creating good chances. He is on a four-game hitting streak and scoring after going hitless in the opener. On the 6th, Kiwoom Heroes came out as the lead batter in the beginning of the second inning and hit a double in the middle left from opponent starter Jang Jae-young, then hit home with Oh Ji-hwan’s right-handed hit in the 5th. His batting average was just 109.4 in the demonstration game, which gave birth to worries, but it was unfounded.먹튀검증

Not only is he good at hitting, but his hard work in everything also impresses fans. I can feel the way he always sprints and tries to go one more base through his actions. On the 4th, Kiwoom Jeon did not avoid the ball coming towards his body, but rather showed a gesture as if he was going to be hit, and the way he walked out with the ball that fit his body made fans go wild.

He only had one RBI, which is a bit disappointing, but he only had five at-bats in scoring position and went 1-for-4. If more scoring opportunities are given, it is expected that more RBIs can be produced.

Austin shines more because other new foreign hitters aren’t doing so well in the beginning.

Brian O’Grady of the Hanwha Eagles, who drew attention with his big shot, recorded a batting average of .201.1 with 4 hits in 19 at-bats. No extra hits in 4 hits. SSG’s Guillermo Heredia, who recorded a batting average of 3.2 in the exhibition game, is staying at the batting average of .20 with 2 hits in 10 at-bats. Jose Rojas of the Doosan Bears, who hit a home run to end the opening game, only had one hit (home run) in the following four games, and his batting average remained at 1.58. Jason Martin of the NC Dinos recorded a batting average of .222 (2 hits in 9 at-bats) and 1 home run and 2 RBIs in 4 games, but withdrew from the first team due to microscopic damage to the internal oblique muscle in his side.

Austin showed confidence, saying, “I am well aware of LG’s foreign hitter curse. I want to break it.” Looking at it so far, it seems quite possible.

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