“I still lack experience…”
‘Little Lee Jong-beom’ Kim Do-young (20, KIA Tigers) joined the first team ahead of the Gwangju kt Wiz match on the 23rd of last month. He joined the team more than two months after suffering a fractured left little toe during a base run in the season’s opening series.온라인카지노
Immediately after joining the first team, Kim Do-yeong is revitalizing the airlifting team. He is playing a big role as a table setter with a batting average of 0.367 (22 hits in 60 at-bats), 2 home runs, 7 RBIs, and 7 stolen bases with an OPS (on-base percentage + slugging percentage) of 0.930 in 14 games.
With the addition of Kim Do-young, KIA’s lineup was able to breathe. From punching power that can produce long hits and active base running using quick feet, the team is gradually improving its ranking by utilizing various attack routes.
KIA coach Kim Jong-guk recently met with reporters and said about Kim Do-young’s performance, “Kim Do-young is in good condition. Once on base, the team has many (scoring) options. He has a lot of points, but he has the ability to get in scoring position even with a single hit.”
However, he mentioned points for improvement. It is the lack of experience of younger players. In reality, Doyoung Kim almost made a dizzying mistake. On the 7th, he reached first base with a surprise bunt in the top of the 8th inning when a 2-2 tight match against Suwon kt continued. Afterwards, he was caught out by relief pitcher Son Dong-hyun, but was judged safe by video review. Kim Do-young, who came back from the dead, immediately stole second base, and then scored the final score by stepping home on Choi Hyeong-woo’s one RBI and timely hit.
After the game, Doyoung Kim confessed that he had not seen the autograph. The KIA bench ordered Kim Do-young not to run second base. This is because the opposing catcher was out to the side to stop stealing, and the flow was connecting to the center line. However, Kim Do-young, who was too excited to see the sign, ventured to steal second base.
The result led to the final score with a safe, but he was still guilty of not properly grasping the sign. He even got a little scolded by base coach Cho Jae-young after the game because if he failed, he could put cold water on the heating atmosphere.
Coach Kim said a day later (8th), “I still lack experience, so I am not able to see through the opponent’s goal. The deficiencies were explained.
Immaturity comes easily to rookie-level players, but can be resolved naturally as pro experience accumulates. That’s why I expect more from Kim Doyoung. He is showing an impressive performance that is unbelievable that he is currently in his second year as a pro. Many fans are paying attention to whether he can grow into a complete player like Lee Jong-beom, the legendary infielder left in the club’s history, if he accumulates ‘experience’, which is considered to be somewhat lacking, along with his outstanding ability.