Noh Si-hwan (23, Hanwha Eagles), who is showing a sense of climax, vowed to hit more homers by maintaining the current pace.
Noh Si-hwan started as a third baseman and third hitter in an away game against SSG Landers in the ‘2023 Shinhan Bank Sol KBO League’ held at SSG Landers Field in Incheon on the 12th, and played an active role with 2 hits, 1 RBI, and 2 points in 4 at-bats, leading the team’s 5- 2 led to victory.
Hanwha beat SSG, the No. 1 team, with Chae Eun-seong’s 3 stores (season 6) and Roh Si-hwan’s season 8 solo home run.
Noh Si-hwan drew a wedge arch in the top of the 9th inning, leading 4-2. He led Hanwha to three consecutive victories by hitting home runs in the last three games in a row, and showed great strength by driving six home runs in the last six games.
Noh Si-hwan said, “(The change of manager) the atmosphere of the team was a bit messy, but I didn’t care and focused on winning as much as possible. Since the players have to play, I focused before the game and was able to win.”
Manager Choi Won-ho, who won his first game in his debut, analyzed the approval, saying, “I was able to stably keep the lead with Noh Si-hwan’s home run.”
Regarding the recent feeling of hitting, he explained, “I think the current pace is okay. I think the most important thing is how well I maintain this. It’s still early in the season and the season is long, so I’ll keep my pace well.”토스카지노
Then, he laughed, saying, “Recently, I didn’t care about home runs, but because I was thinking about hitting the ball hard, I’m getting home runs like this. I’m not thinking about a home run title.”
He emphasized that a lot of long hits are produced because the hitting point is pulled forward.
Noh Si-hwan said, “Last year, the hitting point was a little behind, so the ball was formed a lot from the center field to the right field. But this year, the hitting point is pushed forward and the ball is going to the left field. It’s going well in the direction I planned.” .
He said, “Because I do it boldly, I feel more confident, and my grades seem to follow.”
Regarding the resignation of manager Carlos Subero, Noh Si-hwan said, “I was a bit sad and cried. I try to keep it in my heart. I told the director about my hardships in Korea, learned a lot from him, and said that I was happy while we were together. Good words with the director. We broke up while exchanging.”