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NC Kim Joo-won (21) laughed for the first time in a while. He fired a signal to escape the slump with multi-hit including home runs.

Kim Joo-won hit a come-from-behind timely hit in the fourth inning against the Doosan Bears in Jamsil on the 20th and a huge home run with a distance of 115 meters in the ninth inning. Doosan left-hander Lee Byung-hun’s 144km fastball was pulled over the left fence. Season seven. It’s been 67 days since the match against Doosan on June 14. NC defeated Doosan 12-5 with Kim Joo-won’s hard hit. Tanner Turley, a new foreign pitcher, won his first KBO League victory in his second appearance in six innings with three runs and a quality start. 토토

After the game, Kim Joo-won met with reporters and said, “As the results continued to not come out, I was too stressed out about one at-bat and one at-bat. “I didn’t have to do that, but I think I was too into it,” he said.

Kim Joo-won recently changed his batting posture and batting approach. This is because the slump was so long. Kim Joo-won said, “In the meantime, I only thought about fastballs, so I swung (the hitting point) too far ahead. So there were a lot of swings on the ball that fell,” he said.

I tried to hit as concisely as possible while reducing the take-back and minimizing the preparatory movement for hitting. Although it was not linked to a batting average, it began to work in detailed indicators. Prior to this day, Kim Joo-won struck out only three times in 55 at-bats in August. The ratio of swinging and swinging has also decreased significantly. In other words, the in-play batting did not lead to a hit, and the signs of a rebound have already begun to show.

Not long ago, Park Kun-woo, a senior member of the team, said, “Joo Won is going through a difficult time. “I also saw a lot of tears,” he said. Kim Joo-won said, “It’s because I sweated a lot after the game. I think you misunderstood,” he said with a smile. Kim Joo-won said it was a misunderstanding, but the pain was clear. The slump continues, and the well-hit ball rarely penetrated the defense. Kim Joo-won said, “I’ve been relieved since then when I hit a timely hit against Hanwha on the 17th.” I think it continued and came to this day, he said. “I want to continue my sense in the future.”

Since the slump was so long, there has also been talk again about whether it would be right to give up the switch heater. Kim Joo-won’s position is still clear. Kim Joo-won said, “I don’t care about that,” adding, “There are times when (the hit) falls and times when it gets better.” “I don’t think there’s any difference with a switch heater,” he said.

The Hangzhou Asian Games are back a month away. Kim Joo-won’s rebound is also urgently needed as a national team. Kim Joo-won said, “It’s natural to do my best in every game, and I’ll work harder to show you a lot of things like today.”

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