He hit double-digit home runs for six consecutive years from 2017 to 2022. He averaged 22.8 home runs during this period. He hit 41 home runs in 2018 and 31 home runs in 2021. Both seasons, which exceeded 40 and 30, were ranked in the “Top 5” of home runs.
Slugger, who hit more than 20 home runs every year, stopped producing home runs like a lie. He has two at-bats in 59 games this season. He went down to the second division and had a two-week reorganization, but it hasn’t worked yet. The players themselves and the team are frustrated.
SSG Landers Han Yu-seom (34). Nightmare time goes by.
It was awarded from the beginning of the season. In the first month of the opening, he remained at a batting average of 10 percent. On May 4, he hit his first home run 토토체험머니 of the season against KT Wiz’s Kim Min. He reported a home run a month after the opening. The first home run was not the momentum for escaping the slump.
On May 25, he hit his second season against Casey Kelly against the LG Twins. Since then, he has not been able to add a home run for more than 40 days over a month. During this period, he had 9 hits in 55 at-bats, a batting average of .164, six RBIs, an OPS (on-base percentage + slugging percentage) of 0.490 and struck out 16 in 20 games, which is a disastrous record.
Han Yu-seom played as the No. 7-right fielder against the Hanwha Eagles in Daejeon on the 9th and had no hits and one walk in three at-bats. He hasn’t hit in the last three games.
There was a problem in the process of returning from changing the batting posture last winter. He had a strong will to do better by filling in his weaknesses, but it was not easy. The attempt to change ended in a disastrous failure. He even lost his strengths.
A club official said, “We revised our batting posture to reduce the burden on the leg due to a hamstring injury. I practiced in a changed position during spring camp. However, during the actual game, he and the coaching staff judged that it was difficult to adapt to the changed batting form in a short period of time. “I’m trying to get back to my previous posture,” he said. In the process, the batting balance collapsed.
Coach Kim Won-hyung said, “I’m not a loose player. He said, “I believe it will definitely rebound as I continue to think about it while working hard. It is even more regrettable that he knows the player’s heart better than anyone else. Coach Kim was confident of the revival of Han Yu-seom.
As of the 10th, he had 34 hits in 182 at-bats and a batting average of .187.
Outfielder Han Yu-seom, who represented the Landers, was caught in a tunnel of darkness. He continues to struggle to find an exit.