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"I'll show you that I can do it without (former) Mir," said Lee Seung-hyun of Kyungpook High School
Lee Seung-hyun started as the fourth catcher in the second round against Busan Industrial High School at the 51st Bonghwangdaegi National High School Baseball Tournament at Mokdong Stadium in Seoul on the 24th and scored three hits (one home run) and four RBIs.
From the first at-bat in the first inning, he adjusted his batting sense with a single in the center field and reported consecutive at-bats hits with a double on the deep left course in the fourth inning. And in the ninth inning with a 4-3 lead, he shot a two-run home run over the left fence with two outs and a runner on first, leading to a 6-3 victory. It was a cycling hit without a triple.
Lee Seung-hyun laughed after the game, saying, "I feel good because it's been a long time since I came out with a home run." "The players were tied up at the hotel because the game was pushed back by rain yesterday. "Because of that, it was difficult because I was heavy and unprepared at the beginning of the game, but I'm glad I overcame it well," he said. In fact, Kyungpook High School was dragged 1-2 until the fourth inning and seemed to be less relaxed.
Lee Seung-hyun said, "I think the modification of the batting form helped." He tried to relax his body and turn the bat as lightly as possible, and he used it not only on the upper body but also on the lower body.
Kyungpook High School will play without Jeon Mir (three years), the 'ace' who has been called up to the youth team. Lee Seung-hyun, who emphasized the goal of the tournament as "winning," said, "As I was unfortunately eliminated from the semifinals of this year's presidential competition, all of this tournament came out with clenched teeth." "I will show you that I can do it without (former) Mir," he said, expressing his ambition.
Thursday, August 24, 2023
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