In professional baseball, when the bases are loaded, you would think that the batter has an advantage.
However, there are reports that KIA’s left-handed pitcher Lee Yi-ri deliberately creates a bases-loaded situation and uses it as an opportunity.
Reporter Park Soo-joo met with Lee, who has been nicknamed “The Last Man Standing.
Lee took a break from the second team due to a slump.온라인카지노
In his comeback game on the 8th, he struck out eight batters in five innings and paved the way for the team’s complete game victory.
In particular, he seemed to have shaken off his pitching anxiety as he reduced his walks to two.
‘Irisi Challenge’. This is a phrase that has been circulating among baseball fans, referring to Lee’s ability to escape a bases-loaded, no-hitter with consecutive strikeouts.
This has led to the nickname “Man-Ru Pervert,” which Lee is hoping to erase.
“I think the fans gave me that (nickname) because they were upset, but it’s my goal to do a good job so that it goes away. (Am I a thrill-seeker?) No. Not really.”
One player he’d like to emulate is right-hander Max Scherzer, who held the major league records for most wins and most strikeouts in the 2010s.
“(Max Scherzer) is cool on the mound, and he makes a lot of bold moves and things like that, so I’ve come to like him, and I think I need to make some plays like that, so I watch him a lot.”
In Korea, Yang Hyun-jong, a “luxury lefty” from the same team, is his role model.
“I want to be a consistent player like Yang Hyun-jong.”
At the Hangzhou Asian Games, where he will be wearing the Korean flag for the third time, Lee vows to start and help his team win.
“First of all, I want to win a gold medal. I think the fans will like me a lot if I don’t let my guard down and play my best until the end.”
This is Park Soo-joo from Yonhap TV.