‘This is why I have no choice but to fall in love’ No. 1 Lotte rookie top hitter’s never-drying knee wound

The knee wound of Lotte’s new outfielder Kim Min-seok (19) never dries up. Lotte lead-off Kim Min-seok, who regained the 1st place alone in 13 days. Fans are also falling in love with his performance despite his injuries.카지노사이트

On the 16th, against Hanwha in Daejeon, Kim Min-seok started as the first hitter in center field. He hit base against Hanwha foreign starter Felix Pena in the first at-bat with a ball that hit him and succeeded in stealing second base.

Kim Min-seok, who received an autograph from 3rd base coach Jeon Jun-woo when An Chi-hong made a left-handed hit, ran without hesitation. Kim Min-seok scored a goal by extending his left foot and bending his right foot inward, digging into the groove with a bent leg slide. In the process, Kim Min-seok suffered a wound on his right knee.

Min-seok Kim shared the joy of taking the first step with his dugout colleagues, then pulled up his right pants to check the wound on his knee. There was already a bandage on his knee, but the bandage was swept off again, leaving a new wound. His uniform and knee bandages were clearly marked with scratches and chafing bloodstains.

Minseok Kim, who confirmed the wound on his knee, was calm. He casually showed the knee wound to the team staff and asked for treatment. His eyes were already on the ground, drawing on the next defense and the next turn at bat.

Kim Min-seok, a right-handed left-hander from Whimoon High School, is a former youth representative and received attention as a top-class prospect as much as his high school senior Lee Jung-hoo (Kiwoom), and was called by Lotte with the 3rd overall pick in the first round of the rookie draft. At the time, Lotte general manager Seong Min-gyu said, “I highly appreciated his excellent batting ability.” 

Those words are being realized right from the first year. After boarding the opening entry, he has a batting average of .25 (22 hits in 88 at-bats), 10 RBIs, 6 walks, 19 strikeouts, .305 slugging percentage, .295 OPS and .600 in 28 games of the season.

He doesn’t excel on the record, but after adjusting in April, he emerged as the team’s leadoff in May. Hwang Seong-bin and Ahn Kwon-soo are not missing the opportunity that came with injuries. He is playing with a batting average of .344 4 runs (11-for-32), 4 RBI, 2 walks, 6 strikeouts, .400 slugging percentage, .406 OPS, and .806 in 9 games in May. 

Is there anything more painful and annoying than being hurt again by an open wound? With the performance of 19-year-old rookie Kim Min-seok, who stirs the ground without a chance to kneel, Lotte is soaring to No. 1 alone in mid-May, surpassing ‘Bomde’. /

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