SSG Choi Jeong, ‘6 Home Runs Against NC Dinos’

SSG Choi Jeong, ‘6 Home Runs Against NC Dinos’, Speeds up Rehabilitation to Participate in Semi-Playoffs

Excluded from entry due to thigh pain at the end of the regular season… Jun PO is scheduled to participate.

Choi Jeong (36, SSG Landers), who finished the regular season ranked second in home runs (29),

jokingly said, “Oh, my batting was good.”

Choi Jeong was left out of the first team lineup on the 13th due to thigh pain and was unable to play the final four games of his regular season. 온라인카지노

Young slugger Noh Si-hwan (22, Hanwha Eagles) also failed to add a home run during this period,

but the home run king title was taken by Noh Si-hwan, who hit 31 home runs.

Choi Jeong-eun, whom we met on the 17th, the last day of the 2023 Korean Professional Baseball regular season,

said about maintaining first place in slugging percentage (0.548),

“I think I got to first place because I didn’t play a game at the end of the season.

My slugging percentage may have dropped,” and said, “I missed out on the home run title.”

It also showed a different reaction.

Second place in slugging percentage was Noh Si-hwan with 0.541.

For now, Choi Jeong has put aside any regrets about the regular season and is increasing his training intensity in order to properly play the semi-playoffs (quasi-PO) against the NC Dinos starting on the 22nd.

Choi Jeong-eun said, “My body is still not normal due to microscopic damage to my thigh muscles.

“I resumed training on the 16th, and increased my training volume on the 17th.”

“We are trying to do it normally,” he added.

Choi Jeong-eun is a right-handed slugger who ranks second in career home runs (458) in the KBO League.

Next year, it is highly likely that he will surpass Doosan Bears manager Seung-yeop Lee’s record (467 home runs), which ranks first in this category.

Before that, Choi Jeong is preparing for her fall stage performance.

Jeong Choi appeared in 73 games for his personal postseason career,

posting 67 hits in 241 at-bats (0.278 batting average), 12 home runs, and 38 RBIs.

Last year, in the Korean Series, he performed well with 10 hits in 21 at-bats (batting average of 0.476),

2 home runs, and 9 RBIs, contributing to SSG’s combined championship (regular season and Korean Series championship).

In 2008, he was named the Most Valuable Player (MVP) of the Korean Series.

Choi Jeong said, “Thanks to playing for a good team, I play the postseason often.

No matter how many times I play, I still feel nervous and happy about the fall stage.

This year, the postseason starts a little earlier than last year (which went straight to the Korean Series),

but I went from low to high.”

“It’s also fun to go up,” he said, expressing his motivation to advance to the Korean Series again.

First of all, SSG must defeat NC in the semi-PO of 5 out of 3 wins to advance to the PO and face KT Wiz for a ticket to the Korean Series.

Choi Jeong is the most certain weapon that SSG will show off in this Jun-PO.

In the regular season against NC, Choi Jeong-eun was very strong with 15 hits in 44 at-bats (batting average of 0.341), 6 home runs, and 9 RBIs.

He also hit 2 hits in 4 at-bats against NC ace Eric Peddy.

If Choi Jeong’s bat catches fire once again in the postseason,

SSG Landers can dream of winning the Korean Series for the second year in a row.

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