After ending his active career last season, ‘Big Boy’ Lee Dae-ho (41), who continues to be active, generously passed on his know-how to his juniors, creating a calm impression.
Lee Dae-ho recently posted two photos on his Instagram. It was a photo of Han Dong-hee (Lotte), Noh Si-hwan, and Kim Geon (above Hanwha) talking to juniors at an indoor baseball practice field, and a selfie photo taken by the four of them affectionately. He also added a cheering phrase, “Juniors, let’s do well this year.” 토토사이트
According to an official from Universe Sports Management, Lee Dae-ho’s agency, on the 10th, Lee Dae-ho, who is appearing on the JTBC entertainment program ‘Strongest Baseball’, also trains with his juniors as well as personal training, generously telling them about his know-how and mentality as a baseball player. there is.
However, the gay official explains that he does not give technical advice as long as he is the club’s hitting coach.
This official said, “Noh Si-hwan (Lee Dae-ho) wanted to ask too many things, but he is actively working on it. He said the other players are working hard too.” Han Dong-hee went abroad for personal training, and Roh Si-hwan, Kim Gun, and Jeon Eui-san (SSG) plan to absorb the legend’s know-how like a sponge until they leave for spring camp.
Meanwhile, Lee Dae-ho, who started his pro career at Lotte in 2001 after graduating from Gyeongnam High School, participated in 1971 KBO games and recorded a batting average of 3.9 li (2199 hits in 7118 at-bats), 374 homers, 1425 RBIs, 972 runs scored and 11 stolen bases.
Lee Dae-ho left the best performance last year, which predicted his retirement. He appeared in 142 games and he had a remarkable performance with a batting average of 3.3 1 Lee (179 hits in 540 at-bats), 23 home runs, 101 RBIs and 53 runs scored. Unfortunately, he did not step on the fall stage, but his individual performance was an indicator that was second to none.
Lee Dae-ho has won seven Golden Gloves in his personal career. He was named the best first baseman in 2006, 2007, 2011 and 2017, and was named the 2010 Golden Glove Award for third baseman. He won the Golden Glove for the designated hitter in 2018 and last year.