A welcome home run hit.
Nick Williams, a foreign hitter for the Hanwha Eagles, hit his second home run of the season. On the 26th, against the Kiwoom Heroes held at the Gocheok Dome in Seoul, he played the 7th-left fielder and hit a superior two-run home run in the top of the second inning. It’s a come-from-behind home run from 0-1.
On June 30, against the Samsung Lions, he hit his first home run and started the cannon in 10 games.
In the top of the 2nd inning, 2 outs on 1st base, ball count 1B2S. A curve thrown by Heroes starter McKinney entered the high course in the middle of the strike zone. He hit the ball and sent it over the right fence.
I was worried about the recent sluggishness. Williams, who joined as a substitute for Brian O’Grady, the worst foreign hitter, recorded a batting average of 109.6 (11 hits in 56), 1 home run, and 6 RBIs in 13 games until the match against the Heroes on the 25th.
He batted 8 and hit 2 hits in the game the day before, improving his batting average. He showed his presence by striking a timely hit.
He started as a batsman at number 4, progressed to number 2, number 7, and went down to number 8. He is a humiliating 8th batting order for a foreign hitter.꽁머니사이트
His poor hitting continued into the second half. On July 21-22, he scored 2 hits and 1 RBI in 8 at-bats in two consecutive matches with NC. Coach Choi Won-ho said, “I will watch about three games and actively intervene if it doesn’t improve.” He has a bad swing and bad timing. He even pointed out that there was a problem with the hitting mechanism.
Coach Won-ho Choi raised Williams, who had 2 hits and 2 RBIs on the 25th, to 7 on the 26th.
O’Grady left the team without hitting a home run in 22 games and 86 at bats.