“Not a clumsy fastball for Lee Jung-hoo” Texas 1R prospect was also beaten… Another 95-mile fastball

Lee Jung-hoo started as the first batter in the 2024 Major League Texas Rangers exhibition game at Scottsdale Stadium in Scottsdale, Arizona, on the 2nd (Korea time), and continued to hit three consecutive games with one hit in three at-bats.

Lee Jung-hoo, who opened the game with a right-handed hit after hitting a breaking ball by “All-Star Pitcher” George Kirby from his first at-bat on his debut stage against the Seattle Mariners on the 28th of last month, showed off his slugging power by reporting a home run following his first double against the Arizona Diamondbacks on the 1st.

In the first inning against Arizona right-hander Rein Nelson, who had eight wins as a full-time starter last year, he pulled a low curveball to make a superior double, and in the third inning, he hit a fastball to make a home run. He swung a 94.7-mile (152.km ) four-seam fastball, which was thrown in the middle of the fourth pitch with a 2-1 pitch, to hit the right-center fence. The firing angle was as low as 18 degrees, but it flew 418 feet (127.4 meters) at 109.7 miles (176.5 kilometers) per hour.

When asked about Lee Jung-hoo at the San Francisco Giants after the game, Nelson said, “I played against him without analyzing him. Now I know he is a very good hitter,” adding, “I will try not to throw a fastball to him at the ball count 2-1. This happens when you throw a poor fastball to a good hitter.”

Lee also hit a fastball in a game against Texas on Tuesday. He stepped down in the first and third innings with a fly ball to center field and a foul fly to third base against right-handed Adrian Sampson, who pitched for the Lotte Giants in the 2020 KBO League, respectively, but in the last at-bat in the fifth inning, Lee created a hit to the replaced pitcher Cole Win.

After his first 94 mph (151.2 km) four-seam fastball was ruled a strike, his bat swung wildly in an 87-mile (140.0 km) changeup on the second pitch. He was concentrated on unfavorable count of two strikes, but Lee’s contact ability shone again here. He hit a 95-mile (152.9 km) four-seam fastball on the third pitch to garner a hit to the center field. He managed to secure a hit by passing the second baseman’s side and towards the center fielder without being pushed by a 95-mile fastball.

Wynn is a right-hander born in 1999 and was selected as the 15th overall pick in the first round of the 2019 draft. Wynn, who joined Texas with a down payment of $3.15 million after being selected as the high school player of the year, has been delayed in growth since being hit by a left ankle by a ball in Triple-A in 2022, and has yet to make his big league debut due to the collapse of the command, but still throws up to 97 miles (156.1 kilometers) of fastball.

BY: 바카라사이트

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