‘Chasing a 7-game winning streak’ Lee Seung-yeop’s man plays shortstop this time, responds to 3G streak?

Doosan Bears head coach Lee Seung-yeop has named free agent infielder Park Joon-young as his starting shortstop for Game 15 against the KIA Tigers at Gwangju-Kia Champions Field on April 18.

Doosan’s starting lineup is Jung Soo-bin (center field), Rojas (designated hitter), Yang Seok-hwan (first base), Yang Ji (catcher), Kang Seung-ho (second base), Kim In-tae (left field), Heo Kyung-min (third base), Park Jun-young (shortstop) and Cho Su-hyun (right field).메이저사이트

Lee is having a lot of fun with Park Jun-young in the Gwangju series. In the first game of the series against KIA on April 15, he came in as a pinch-hitter in the eighth inning with the score 5-6 and hit a solo home run to tie the game.

In the game on the 17th, the team dropped Kim Jae-hwan, who was struggling with his hitting, and used Park Jun-young as the No. 8 designated hitter. He led off the fifth inning with a 2-1 lead and hit a solo shot to left field off the tricky Thomas Pannoni to win the game.

Lee used Park Jun-young at shortstop instead of veteran shortstop Kim Jae-ho.

Lee said, “Jun-young will play shortstop and third base. When Kim Jae-ho and Heo Kyung-min were struggling, he played like an altar boy. After his pinch-hit home run on the first day, I didn’t want to use him as the No. 8 hitter yesterday. He was in good shape against Panoni, so I sent him out.”

“Today, we’re playing Jun-young at shortstop to rest Jae-ho. He’s in the best shape, so it’s a natural fit for him to play.”

For the second day in a row, Kim In-tae played left field without Kim Jae-hwan. “In-tae has been good lately. Jae-hwan is not in perfect shape, so In-tae goes first,” he explained.

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