The second baseman who will succeed Jeong Eun-won as Hanwha’s star is developing nicely.
Hanwha opens a three-game home series against KT at Hanwha Eagles Park in Daejeon on Sunday.
In the middle of the field, a player was practicing his defense with the sound of a pitch.
Rain and sweat beads were dripping down the face of “high school rookie” Moon Hyun-bin as he took a punt from coach Choi Yoon-seok.
Despite the hard training, Moon smiled affectionately and absorbed the defensive know-how of Coach Choi with his whole body.
Moon has been in the spotlight since he was a rookie and has been in the first team since the opening day.
He has played the most games of any rookie this year. As of the 16th, he has played 113 out of 120 games.
This is the third most on the team behind the irreplaceable Noh Si-hwan (120 games) and Chae Eun-sung (113 games).
In the beginning, she played mainly in the outfield, but recently she has been playing more at second base.메이저사이트
As she played second base at Gyogyo, she feels more comfortable there.
“When I was playing in the middle infield, I felt overwhelmed by the amount of training I had to do in both the infield and outfield, but now I can focus more on the infield,” she said.
The next generation of Hanwha’s second baseman, who will follow in the footsteps of Golden Glove winner Jeong Eun-won, is well on his way. Daejeon=Moon-young Choi /2023.09.16/