Roh Si-hwan, the second youngest ever to hit 30%


    Roh Si-hwan, the second youngest ever to hit 30%

    ++Roh Si-hwan, the second youngest ever to hit 30%, 30 homers, and 100 RBIs++

    Director Lee Seung-yeop reached the age of 21, and Talent Donation Committee member Jang Jong-hoon achieved the record at the age of 23

    Doosan Bears manager Lee Seung-yeop (46), who represents Korean baseball, recalled Munetaka Murakami (23, Yakult Swallows), a Japanese giant who was born in 2000 last year, before ascending to the command tower, and wished, “I hope that a young giant will be born in Korea as well.” .

    Director Lee looks at Noh Si-hwan (22), born in December 2000, who wore a Hanwha Eagles uniform at Doosan Dugout in 2023 and established himself as a "young giant" with a special gaze.

    Roh Si-hwan hit 5 home runs in the last 5 games (KIA Tigers on the 4th - against kt wiz on the 9th), gaining an advantage in the home run king competition.

    He hit 3 homers in a game for the first time against kt on the 9th.

    Choi Jeong (36, SSG Landers), who finished second in home runs, also hit one home run, but the gap between the two widened further.

    By the 9th, Roh Si-hwan had 26 home runs, leading Choi Jeong with 21 home runs by 5 cars.

    Noh Si-hwan is running toward his meaningful record.

    He finishes the 2023 season before turning 23.

    In the KBO League, there are only two batters who have won the home run title before the age of 23: coach Lee Seung-yeop, who holds the record as the youngest home run champion (1997) at the age of 21, and Jang Jong-hoon, a member of the KBO Talent Donation Committee, who won the title in 1990 at the age of 22. .

    If Roh Si-hwan wins the competition with Choi Jeong, he will become the third youngest home run king in the history of the KBO League, following coach Lee Seung-yeop and commissioner Jang Jong-hoon.

    If the RBI and batting average records are added, it is possible to achieve the 'second youngest record ever'.

    Noh Si-hwan harvested 71 RBIs while maintaining a batting average (0.307) in the 30% range until the 9th.

    He is in a situation where he can challenge '30% batting average, 30 home runs, 100 RBI'.

    The first hitter to achieve this record in KBO League history is Commissioner Jang Jong-hoon.

    Commissioner Jang Jong-hoon posted a batting average of 0.345, 35 homers, and 114 RBIs in 1991 at the age of 23.

    In 1997, at the age of 21, coach Lee Seung-yeop set the record for the youngest ever with a batting average of 0.329, 32 homers and 114 RBIs.

    If Noh Si-hwan maintains a batting average of 30% and hits 30 home runs and 100 home runs, he will be the second youngest at the age of 22, following manager Lee Seung-yeop.

    In 2003, when he was 21 years old, KBSN Sports commentator Kim Tae-gyun, whom Roh Si-hwan showed respect for, hit 31 homers with a batting average of 0.319, but his RBIs were 95, which did not exceed 100.

    Even if Noh Si-hwan achieves only 30 homers and 100 RBIs, he will set a record for the second youngest ever in this category.

    The variable is the Hangzhou Asian Games, which open on September 23rd.

    Baseball games start on October 1st.

    Noh Si-hwan was selected as a representative of the Asian Games.

    The KBO does not suspend the regular season during the Asian Games.

    Noh Si-hwan cannot participate in the regular season of the KBO League for more than two weeks.

    In the 2023 season, Noh Si-hwan will play about 130 games, not 144 games.

    After Lee Seung-yeop (467 homers), Choi Jeong, who became the second player in KBO League history to reach 450 home runs, is good at "running", so Si-hwan Noh needs to widen the gap before joining the Asian Games national team to become the "third youngest home run king ever." can


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