In soccer, you can see a player who scored a goal against his home team refraining from the ceremony with arms wide open. The teammates next to him are happy, but the player who scored the goal is not happy.
Hanwha Chae Eun-seong was like that. Chae Eun-seong hit a solo home run that succeeded in overpowering the steamer from his first at-bat. However, his expression on the ground was not bright. There was a lot of meaning in his calm expression.
Hanwha Chae Eun-seong played as the designated hitter in the LG Twins’ game of the ‘2023 Shinhan Bank SOL KBO League’ held at Jamsil Baseball Stadium in Seoul on the 19th. This day’s game was the first match against Chae Eun-seong’s home team after moving to the Jamsil Baseball Stadium after moving to Hanwha. Chae Eun-seong obtained FA (free agent) qualification last winter and changed into a Hanwha uniform under good conditions of 9 billion won.
Chae Eun-seong, who joined LG as a reporting player in 2009, debuted in the first team in 2014 and played 1006 games for a total of 9 seasons until last season, recording a batting average of 0.297, 96 homers and 595 RBIs, showing a steady appearance. Last season, he was LG’s fourth hitter. Chae Eun-seong was the player who led the LG batting line, which had virtually no foreign hitters. He was a player loved by fans and colleagues not only for his skills but also for his personality.
LG fans did not forget him either.토스카지노 Chae Eun-seong, who entered the plate with a warm welcome, recorded a solo home run from his first at-bat. But he wasn’t happy. He was expressionless even when he was congratulated by his coach around the ground and congratulated by his teammates in the dugout.
Unlike his teammates who rejoice at hitting his own helmet, Chae Eun-seong thought for a moment watching the first base LG dugout and LG fans. He thought it was a courtesy to the LG fans who had supported him for 14 years, even though he was wearing a different uniform at the away dugout.