Hanwha Eagles demoted three players to the second team

The Hanwha Eagles of the Korean Baseball Organization (KBO) have made a roster adjustment, demoting three players to the second team.

Hanwha removed three players from the first team roster: infielder Jeong Eun-won, outfielder Lee Won-seok, and pitcher Han Seung-ju on Monday, Nov. 20, a day off from play.

Jeong Eun-won was designated for assignment again. In 27 games this season, Jung is batting 1-for-7 with 11 doubles (64 at-bats), one home run, six RBIs and a .609 OPS. He spent 17 days in the second team last month, from Aug. 8 to 24, before returning to the first team on Aug. 25 and receiving a chance to play center field.

He hit a two-run home run in the fifth inning of the Gwangju KIA game on March 3 to lead the team to victory, but was unable to continue his hot streak. 스포츠토토 After returning to the first team, he was sent back down to the second team after failing to make an impact with a 1-for-8 record (8-for-43), one home run, six RBIs, and a .629 OPS in 18 games.

Right fielder Won-seok Lee was also dropped from the roster.

In 21 games with the first team this season, Lee is batting 1-for-4 with one home run, one RBI and one stolen base in seven at-bats. Pitcher Han Seung-ju was also sent back to the second team after struggling with a 1-0 record and 14.54 ERA in eight games (8⅔ innings).

In addition, LG Twins infielder Song Chan-ui, pitcher Woo Kang-hoon, SSG Landers pitcher Kim Joo-on, NC Dinos infielder Kim Soo-yoon, outfielder Lee Jae-hwan, and Lotte Giants pitcher Lee Min-seok were all removed from the roster.

Lee Min-seok, who returned to the first team after rehabbing from elbow surgery, pitched well in his last start against the Jamsil Doosan on April 19, allowing two runs on three hits with one walk and four strikeouts in 3 1/3 innings. 토토사이트 추천 He threw his fastball up to 154 mph, but was removed after just 65 pitches as a precaution due to minor bruising on his finger.