A change at No. 4.
The Hanwha Eagles’ foreign-born batsman Nick Williams will bat fourth. He replaces Chae Eun-sung in the starting lineup against the KT Wiz in Daejeon on April 18. Chae will start off the bench. Kim In-hwan returns to the first team and starts at first base in the sixth spot. Kim Tae-yeon will bat fifth and third, and Noh Si-hwan will bat third and designated hitter.
Chae Eun-seong has been playing full-time all season. She had a hamstring injury. It’s a tough situation physically. She hasn’t been able to rest properly and has been playing constantly, which has led to a drop in her hitting in the second half of the season, especially recently.안전놀이터
In his last 10 games, he’s 7-for-36 with one double, one home run, and six RBIs. That’s pretty disappointing for a No. 4 hitter. In the first half, he batted .289 (84-for-289) with 11 home runs, 47 RBIs, and an OPS of .820 in 74 games. In the second half, he was just 2-for-35 (159-for-35) with six homers and 23 RBIs in 42 games.
With runners in scoring position, he went 3-for-33 (27-for-81) in the first half, but 2-for-6 (38-for-38) in the second half.
10 hits) in the second half.
Her batting average dropped to 2-for-6 (119 in 448 at-bats) for the season.
Choi Won-ho said, “Chae Eun-sung is very tired. I’m thinking of using her as a pinch-hitter in the late innings today,” Choi said.
Hanwha, which has lost four straight games, had a voluntary practice before the game on the 18th. They have now played two games of a hellish nine-game road trip.