Noh Si-hwan’s power praised by national batters “It’s a swing that puts pressure on the opponent”

Even in the eyes of hitters, the power of Noh Si-hwan of the Hanwha Eagles was extraordinary. He praised and showed caution, saying, “It’s hard to see that he’s in his mid-twenties.”

The Doosan Bears, led by coach Lee Seung-yeop, the “national hitter,” finished the losing series with 1 win and 2 losses in three consecutive matches against the Hanwha Eagles on the 11th and 13th in Daejeon weekend.

The game on the 11th was decorated with a great 11-4 victory and a good start, but the next day it fell to 1-6. The decisive blow was the dedication of 2 hits and 4 RBIs, including 1 home run, to Noh Si-hwan, the leading hitter of the Hanwha Eagles.

Roh Si-hwan hit his 27th home run of the season against Doosan’s native ace Gwak Bin. He hit the 147km fastball as it was and went over the right-middle fence. As the flight distance of 126m was measured, Noh Si-hwan’s unique power was reflected in the batted ball.

Noh Si-hwan broke the shell of a prospect this season and rose to the top of the league. Currently, he is ahead of SSG Landers Choi Jeong (21 home runs) by a large gap, and is cruising toward his first 30 home runs in his career and becoming the home run king. Hanwha is highly likely to produce a home run title holder this season, which has been lost since Kim Tae-gyun (31 homers) in 2008. 

Coach Lee Seung-yeop praised Noh Si-hwan’s power and unstoppable swing the next day, even though he was a player on the opposing team. Above all, he gave high marks to the skill of passing the fence by pushing.

Manager Lee Seung-yeop said, “Noh Si-hwan was really good. He made a home run by pushing, and his swing was very mature. He knew how to tolerate bad balls and when the ball came to his zone, he didn’t hesitate to turn his swing and hit a long hit. It was nice to see him.” highly evaluated. 

After retiring from active duty at the end of the 2017 season, coach Lee Seung-yeop worked as a baseball commentator until last year, emphasizing several times that a young geopo should be born to succeed Park Byung-ho (KT) and Choi Jeong. 

In particular, he expressed his wish that batters like Munetaka Murakami (23, Yakult Swallows), who exploded 56 home runs in Nippon Professional Baseball (NPB) last year, would appear in Korea as well. He took the position that he needed a first-class pitcher, but he needed a “game changer” who could shake the atmosphere of the game at any time while playing every day. 

The Korean baseball ‘young giant’ thirst was resolved with hope amid the rapid growth of Noh Si-hwan, a 5-year pro. Coach Lee Seung-yeop believes that Noh Si-hwan has a lot of room to grow into a bigger player in the future.메이저사이트

Manager Lee Seung-yeop said, “The best part of Noh Si-hwan is that he has a long hitting power and swing trajectory that can cross both the left and right fences.” slow,” he explained.

Also, “I can hardly see him swinging at an absurd ball. He seems like a very good hitter.” I feel that. I hope that our team will have such a good hitter as well.”

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