Doosan Jose Rojas met two decisive opportunities in the match against Jamsil NC on the 28th. At the end of the 7th inning, when he was leading by 1-2, 1 point, he stepped into the plate with a chance for 1 out and 3 base. Although they were trailing 1-4, Rojas was at bat with 1 out and 1st and 2nd base in the bottom of the 9th inning, which deserved a last chance. However, Rojas missed both opportunities. At the end of the 7th inning,토토꽁포인트 NC Kim Yeong-gyu’s high speed ball spun and struck out, and at the end of the 9th, Lee Yong-chan hit the finisher and retreated with a ground ball to second base.
From the point of view of the command tower, it was worth considering replacing the pinch hitter. Episode 7 in particular was a turning point. The pitching staff was struggling 1-2 against opposing ace Eric Peddy, and even a sacrifice fly was an opportunity to tie the game.
Doosan coach Lee Seung-yeop met with reporters at Jamsil Stadium on the 28th, when the game was canceled due to rain, and said, “I thought I should give Lohas a chance as I put him back in the first team. He wanted to give it a chance, and he wanted to convey the idea of ’show me everything about yourself’. In that sense, I didn’t give a substitute.” Rojas was dropped from the first team entry on the 11th due to continued sluggishness. He returned on the 22nd, but his performance is still not good. After his return, he had only 1 hit in 16 at-bats until NC on the 28th the day before.
Director Lee said, “I wanted to plant that kind of mind that ‘I can do it’ rather than being replaced by a pinch hitter in Lohas himself,” he said.
If a pinch hit was put in in a chance, the possibility of a tie or reversal might have increased that much. However, it is a story that he judged that replacing a pinch hitter would not be helpful for Rojas, who needed a rebound.꽁머니지급
Director Lee emphasized, “We talked about it yesterday, but the height of our batting line is ultimately Lohas.” In a situation where domestic batters show ups and downs, it is that Rojas must somehow survive.
Coach Lee said, “Rojas’ recent sluggishness is the aftermath of a back injury.” He explains that because of his bad back, the normal swing trajectory does not come out, and the quality of the ball is naturally poor. On the 28th, Rojas was hitless in 4 at-bats against NC. He struck out two, a fly ball to shortstop, and a ground ball to second base. He never sent a bat to the outfield. Rojas’ season batting average fell to 0.192.