San Francisco’s Lee Jeong-hoo excluded from MLB’s second starting lineup

San Francisco Lee Jeong-hoo

Jeong-hoo Lee (25, San Francisco Giants) was left out of the starting lineup for the second time since entering the Major League Baseball (MLB).

San Francisco will play its home game against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Oracle Park in San Francisco, California, USA at 11:15 a.m. on the 20th, Korean time.

Lee Jeong-hoo’s name does not appear in the starting lineup released by San Francisco before the game.

Tyler Fitzgerald will start in center field instead of Jeong-hoo Lee.

San Francisco is playing its 21st game of the season today, and this is the second time that Lee Jeong-hoo has been missing from the starting lineup since the game against the Washington Nationals on the 11th. In the game against Washington on the 11th, Lee Jeong-hoo did not step on the field at all. 슬롯사이트

Lee Jung-hoo, who entered the big league this year, posted a batting average of 0.282 (22 hits in 78 at-bats), 1 home run, 5 RBI, 2 stolen bases, and OPS (on-base percentage + slugging percentage) of 0.672 in 19 games.

Recently, he has been on a 10-game hitting streak.

The 10-game hitting streak is the longest record for a Korean batsman in his first MLB season, equal to the records of Kang Jung-ho (then of the Pittsburgh Pirates) in 2015 and Kim Hyun-soo (then of the Baltimore Orioles) in 2016.

Even if Lee Jeong-hoo misses the game on the 20th, if he continues his hitting streak in the next game, he will set a new record for consecutive games in his debut season as a Korean big leaguer.

The San Francisco team also paid attention to Lee Jung-hoo’s hitting streak, saying, “Just before Lee Jung-hoo, the rookie who had a 10-game hitting streak for our club was Patrick Bailey. Bailey had a hitting streak in 11 consecutive games last year.” 토토사이트 추천

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