LG Kim Hyun-soo, Moment we Raise our Shoulders

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LG Kim Hyun-soo, “The Moment we Raise our Shoulders, We Fall to Last Place”


Demonstrated desire to win 2nd consecutive victory with strong warning and weight loss

“The moment our shoulders go up, we go down to last place.”

Although he could still enjoy the joy of winning the championship for the first time in 29 years, Kim Hyun-soo (35, LG Twins) shook his head strongly.

Kim Hyun-soo, who met at Incheon International Airport before leaving for Arizona, USA, where the spring camp was set up with LG professional baseball colleagues on the 30th, said, “I am more worried than the satisfaction of winning last year,” and “It is more difficult to keep it than to go up.

We need to do it.” 온라인카지노

“We have to become stronger to stay at the top,” he said.

Kim Hyun-soo said, “I want to talk to my juniors during the spring camp about how much stronger we have to be and can become stronger,” adding, “Of course, I also have to become stronger.”

Kim Hyun-soo revealed his will to “become stronger” by “losing weight” before starting camp.

Kim Hyun-soo lost so much weight in the off-season that everyone who met him after a long time asked, “How much weight did you lose?”

Hyunsoo Kim said, “I have always controlled my weight.

“Last year, due to a back injury, etc., I lacked training during the season, so the weight loss this time was noticeable,” he said.

“I like sweet food, and recently I created and followed a vegetarian-centered diet.

“I tried to control my weight a little more actively this off-season,” he said.

“My clothes got bigger,” he said.

“Although it was due to the injury, the cause of the weight gain was lack of exercise.

“This year, I will maintain my weight well during the season,” he said.

Last year, Kim Hyun-soo posted a batting average of 0.293, an on-base percentage of 0.364, a slugging percentage of 0.383, 6 home runs, and 88 RBI.

Although it was a decent grade, it was not a satisfactory report card for Kim Hyun-soo.

Kim Hyun-soo said, “I have a lot of regrets about my personal performance last year.

It was buried because the team won,” and “I prepared that hard in the off-season.

There are many times when the results do not come out as I prepared, but this year, I hit more accurately and flew the ball farther, so I was most disappointed last year.

“I want to solve the lack of extra-base hits,” he said.

LG coach Yeom Kyung-yeop suggested Kim Hyun-soo to have a batting average of 0.330 as his goal for the 2024 season.

Kim Hyun-soo pledged, “The director set a very high standard, and he will work hard to reach that goal.”

There was also news that Hyunsoo Kim would welcome.

The KBO decided to limit defensive shifts this season.

Shifting is a tactic that leaves one side empty and focuses the infielders between first and second base or between third base and the shortstop in order to block left or right-handed batters who are pulling hard.

Kim Hyun-soo said, “I felt myself becoming passive when a batted ball that I thought was a hit was caught by a fielder,” and added, “I will feel much more at ease with the shift restrictions.”

Kim Hyun-soo, who sees the ‘whole team’, plans to say ‘bitter words’ to his juniors in this camp as well.

Kim Hyun-soo, who predicted, “I think I will continue to tell you to train hard,” looked at Kim Beom-seok, who had gained weight in his second year, and also revealed his “primary target,” saying, “I will help Beom-seok lose weight as well.”