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Lee Jae-won is training at LG Champions Park in Icheon

LG Twins “Jamsil Big Boy” Lee Jae-won is training at LG Champions Park in Icheon, Gyeonggi-do, as part of the second team’s spring training camp. He is preparing to enlist in the army in June and was left off the roster of the first team camp, which is training in Arizona, USA.

LG manager Yeom Kyung-yeop organized the spring training roster with players who can play full-time this season. Lee Jae-won, who applied to the Commerce Baseball Team, will enlist in early June if he is accepted. Lee, who can only play for about two months after the start of the season, was categorized as a non-first-team player.

At the beginning of February, when they met at the U.S. spring training camp, Dye said, “I don’t plan to use Lee Jae-won in the first team before he goes to the army. If he goes to the army, there will be a two-year gap. We need to develop other players. It’s better for the team,” he said, referring to team management.

But in mid-February, there was a change. Kim Bum-seok, a big-bat prospect, suffered an adductor muscle injury in spring training and was sent home.

Kim, who joined the team last year, 카지노사이트 is considered the next big catcher with long power. Yoon planned to use him as a backup catcher and backup first baseman this season. In order to give prospects like Kim Bum-seok and Song Chan a chance, he kept Lee Jae-won, who is likely to join the military, out of the first team.

Kim Bum-seok’s injury changed Lee Jae-won’s position.

Yeom criticized Kim’s failure to lose weight as the root cause of his injury. If Kim Bum-seok were to go down with an injury, he would give Lee Jae-won a chance in the first team.

When they met at LG Champions Park on the 22nd, Lee looked lighter. He said, “I lost about 4 kilograms. It was because of the amount of training, and I ate a lot,” he said with a smile. He continued, “The training for the second team camp is heavy. It’s hard to get up early, eat breakfast, and train for the day.” He added, “I don’t have a midnight snack at night.

Lee Jae-won read an article about coach Yeom Kyung-yup’s intentions. “Honestly, it hurt me a little bit,” Lee Jae-won said. Recently, Kim Bum-seok returned home due to injury, and the tide changed.

“Honestly, there’s nothing good about (Kim’s injury), it’s just the way it is. I’m just going to go my own way without thinking about it. If I don’t give up and keep going, I think good things will come,” he said calmly. “I’m trying to think that if I’m not good enough before I enlist, it’s enough, and if I’m good enough, it’s enough. I just want to have fun playing baseball,” he said.

Lee is focusing on putting in a lot of work at the second team camp. “I’m doing a lot of batting and defense. At this camp, I’m only playing first base defense. I want to play both outfield and first base if I go to the mercantile industry. I want to be good at both outfield and first base. want to be good at both positions so that I can be competitive…” he said.

He wakes up in the morning, eats, and starts his training at 9:30 a.m. with weight training.

At 10:30 a.m., we play catch, team play, and defense (fungo). After lunch, we start batting practice at 1:00 p.m., rotating between batting and baserunning. At 3:10 p.m., we have an hour of extra training and that’s the end of the afternoon. After dinner, he starts his night training (batting and self-development) at 6:30 p.m. and finishes his day’s training at 8 p.m.

Lee Jae-won took a fitness test in mid-February and is waiting for the final announcement. His preparation for the season is different from previous years.

“Last year was a rare opportunity,” Lee says. As soon as the manager took over, he told me he would give me a chance, and 토토사이트 추천 I wanted to live up to his expectations, even if it was only half. I think I pushed myself even harder. Then I got injured and got impatient. I got injured again, and it got worse and worse and worse.

This year, it’s been a 180-degree turn. I let go a little bit. I said, “I want to play the baseball I want to play, and I want to take it easy, and I want to have fun, and I want to have a lot of fun, and I don’t want to be chased, and I want to have fun. There was no pressure, no greed, no mindset.


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