He is also a veteran.
Doosan Bears fourth hitter Kim Jae-hwan (35) is waking up. Shaking off the sluggishness in the early stages of the exhibition game, he is raising his batting pace steeply in line with the opening of the season.
Kim Jae-hwan, who was silent at the beginning of the exhibition game, raised his batting average to . Against Hanwha on the 24th, he led a 10-3 victory with 3 hits and 4 RBIs in 4 at-bats, including a three-run home run. In the game against Samsung on the 25th, he pushed lightly against Ace Buchanan and scored a hit, continuing his streak of hits.
Doosan coach Lee Seung-yeop, the온라인바카라“national hitter,” is also watching with satisfaction.
Head coach Lee Seung-yeop said, ahead of the demonstration game against Samsung held at Jamsil Baseball Stadium on the 25th, “Compared to 50 days ago when the camp started, the quality of the batted ball has greatly improved, regardless of the results. At good timing, line drive-type batted balls come out on the left and right.” “If a good batted ball leads to a hit, a home run is an extension of that,” he said, believing in his performance.
Kim Jae-hwan, along with Yang Eui-ji, Rojas, and Yang Seok-hwan, will lead the home run lineup of the Doosan line-up. Kim Jae-hwan needs to stand firm in the middle so that the other lines can explode synergistically.
Batter number 4 is making the best batting condition ahead of the opening, and his ability to adjust. It is a reliable center for Doosan, which needs firepower in the beginning of the season.