Mount Jeon, who was determined to make it to the second camp, can see the way a little bit.
“I wanted to do everything I could.”
Infielder Jeon Eui-san (23-SSG) burst onto the scene last year. In just his rookie season, he hit 13 home runs in 77 games. He showed his potential as a big hitter. Sophomore jinx (second-year jinx). He’s struggled a bit this year. In 35 games, he’s batting in the low teens (.185). His three home runs have been slower than last year’s pace. He was removed from the first team roster once, giving him time to refine his skills. “It was really hard to think that I couldn’t help the team,” Jeon said.
Power is one thing. However, being labeled as a “big-time prospect” sometimes proved to be toxic. The manager took note of Jeon’s batting swing. His swing kept getting bigger because he wanted to hit something big. SSG coach Kim Won-hyung said, “He’s only playing baseball this year and next year. He’s the future of SSG. If he continues like this, he can only remain a prospect.” He analyzed it soberly. He added, “You can’t hit a long ball just because you want to. You have to know how to hit first. You have to go step by step,” he added.안전놀이터
The head coach ordered them to improve their accuracy first. Coach Kim Won-hyung said, “You should try to hit accurately from practice. However, in the game, I told them to focus on themselves. If you make it one by one through training, it will naturally come out in the game.” Full of passion “I’m paying a lot of attention to it,” said Jeon Eui-san, “At first, I thought I was going to be accurate, but then my timing got worse. Recently, I’ve been getting better at it. When I’m in the game, I’m just focusing on the pitcher.”
Encouraged by the support around him It’s been a three-game hitting streak lately. Against the Incheon SSG on the 17th, he hit a crucial three-run double. “My hitting coaches always tell me, ‘Enjoy your chances,'” Jeon said. I tried to be confident, and I think it paid off,” said Jeon. Trying to clear his head also helped. “As a human being, you want to do better and better,” said Jeon, “and when it was too bad, I said to myself, ‘I’ll try everything I want to try, and if it doesn’t work, I’ll go to the second team.’ “When you’re on first base, the fans are really, really loud. I think it makes you more focused.”