Noh Si-hwan (23), the “Hanwha Geopo Prospect,” led the team to victory.
Hanwha Eagles infielder Noh Si-hwan’s 2023 season is hot. Noh Si-hwan played 29 games before playing against the Daejeon Samsung Lions on the 10th of this season, recording a batting average of .351, 40 hits, 4 homers, 15 RBIs, 18 runs, and an OPS (on-base percentage + slugging percentage) of 0.961. A good record that ranks 5th in hitting and 3rd in most hits-slugging percentage.
From the opening until now, the sense of hitting has not cooled down. During the month of April, he had a batting average of .316 with 30 hits, 2 home runs, 10 RBIs and 14 runs scored. Along with Chae Eun-seong, who came over from the LG Twins, he played a proper role in the Hanwha-centered batting line.
Even in May, Roh Si-hwan had a batting average of .526, 10 hits, 2 homers, 5 RBIs and 4 runs until the game on the 10th. In the match against Doosan Bears in Jamsil on the 4th, he hit multiple home runs and gave the team a winning streak.
Hanwha coach Carlos Subero, who we met before the game on the 10th, said, “Roh Si-hwan is a player who will show much more than the fans’ expectations or the potential he showed. He is currently asking a lot of questions about advanced baseball, and has a great desire. I hope he becomes the kind of player who always aspires to be above.”
On this day, Noh Si-hwan started as a third batter and third baseman. His first at-bat in the 1st inning went away with a hit, but in the 4th inning, in the 2nd at-bat, he shot a cool two-run four that broke the balance of the game. He pulled and hit Won Tae-in’s 118km changeup in the safe first base situation and made a cool preemptive two-run four.
He had a giddy throwing error in the 6th inning, but made up for it with a home run right away. Noh Si-hwan hit Won Tae-in’s 128km change-up into a home run in the bottom of the 6th inning when the team was leading 2-0, with no runners out. It was the season’s 2nd, individual 3rd consecutive home run.
On this day, Noh Si-hwan recorded 2 hits and 3 RBIs in 4 at-bats. Both hits were home runs. In addition, Won Tae-in allowed 3 runs that day, all because of a home run allowed by Roh Si-hwan.
Hanwha won 5-1 against Samsung thanks to Roh Si-hwan’s home run and starter Felix Pena’s perfect pitch 메이저사이트.
Last season, Noh Si-hwan recorded a batting average of 0.281, 122 hits, 6 homers, 59 RBIs and 55 points. Although he only had 6 home runs, he has already hit 6 home runs this season. he filled it all up He runs toward 18 home runs (2021 season), the most home runs in a single season for an individual.