“There is a sense.”
Samsung coach Park Jin-man (47) is salivating. Just looking at Ryu Ji-hyeok (29) makes me laugh. He’s doing just that well. He is a play that makes it impossible not to praise.토토사이트
Coach Park Jin-man said, “Ryu Ji-hyuk plays a game that shakes the opponent’s infield before the first game of the 2023 KBO League regular season KIA and weekend series held at Daegu Samsung Lions Park on the 18th. He definitely has the ability to steal. He didn’t know when he was playing for KIA. I didn’t know he was that good,” he laughed.
“Speed is not everything. Sense is important. It is also necessary to have the ability to catch the opponent pitcher’s habits. Ryu Ji-hyeok excels in this part. In the same game yesterday, the opponent’s ace came out. It is difficult for him to score points with consecutive hits. We need to play like Ryu Ji-hyeok,” he emphasized.
Ryu Ji-hyeok played an active role in the game against LG the previous day with 3 hits in 4 at-bats, 3 steals and 1 point. He stole three bases in a game for the first time in his career. Thanks to that, Samsung also won 4-2. 1 place LG and achieved a winning series.
Caught LG Casey Kelly. Ryu Ji-hyeok went out to the floor and made it difficult for the opponent. He came on as the leadoff batter in the bottom of the second inning and reached base with a hit, then stole second and third bases in succession. At the time of stealing second base, he collided with Min-sung Kim, causing pain in his thigh. But there were no problems.
Manager Park Jin-man said, “You have to be active when you get on base. That makes the opponent difficult. Ryu Ji-hyuk plays like that. He emphasized that the team atmosphere is improving as well.”
“I was surprised when he complained of pain when he stole second base in the second inning. He has never felt discomfort in his hamstrings. But it wasn’t his muscle problem, it was the pain from the bruise. He even stole third base. There was no problem,” he laughed.
Ryu Ji-hyeok has a batting average of 0.281, 1 home run, 35 RBIs, 48 points, 14 stolen bases, an on-base percentage of 0.353, a slugging percentage of 0.321, and an OPS of 0.674 in 95 games this season.
It’s not a huge hit indicator. But it’s more active than it looks. He produces runs when the team needs it, and knows how to run on base. This is the part that Samsung was relatively lacking. It goes without saying that he was good to bring in the trade.