She batted fourth in the sixth spot in the batting order.
Hanwha Eagles leadoff hitter Chae Eun-sung (33) hit her 18th home run in five games. She hit a two-run homer in the bottom of the fourth inning against the SSG Landers at the Daejeon Baseball Stadium on Sept. 19. After Kim Tae-yeon led off with a single, she immediately added another run. It was a home run that set the tone for the game.스포츠토토
A full-count battle ensued at first base. Moon took a high fastball (147 kilometers per hour) from SSG starter Seung-won Moon and sent it over the left-center field fence. The distance was 130 meters.
Chae Eun-sung, who was batting at No. 4 in the first half, slowed down in the second half. Her batting average hovered in the low double digits in the second half. It wasn’t a one-time slump, but a slump that lasted nearly two months. Even though she was physically tired, it was difficult for the team to rest her.
Manager Choi Won-ho pulled Chae Eun-sung from the starting lineup against the KT Wiz on April 18. He gave baseball’s longest-serving veteran a break.
Against SSG on the 19th, he batted sixth and designated hitter. It was the first time he started in the batting order other than center field. It was a batting order adjustment with the intention of reducing the pressure. Chae Eun-sung, who has a strong sense of responsibility, responded to the manager’s consideration with a home run.