Lee Jung-hoo (San Francisco Giants), who hit his first home run against the San Diego Padres, will challenge for his second consecutive home run.

San Francisco will play its home game against the Washington Nationals at Oracle Park in San Francisco, California on the 9th (Korea time).

It is the first time in a three-game series against Washington. San Francisco, like in its previous game, deployed Lee Jung-hoo to center field, the offensive leader. The second is Wilmer Flores, the first baseman.

Next came left fielder LaMonte Wade, designated hitter Jorge Soler, and third baseman Matt Chapman. They were also followed by right fielder Mike Yastrzemski, second baseman Tiro Estrada, catcher Patrick Bailey and shortstop Nick Ahmed.

Lee Jung-hoo showed poor batting performance in the second half of last week. He did not have a hit from the 4th to the 7th, and as a result, his batting performance dropped sharply.

However, Lee had his first hit at a home game against the San Diego Padres on Tuesday, setting the stage for a twist in the mood. I expect Lee to have a hit again in today’s game.

Washington starting pitcher Trevor Williams, whom Lee will face, is a right-handed pitcher. This season, he allowed two runs in 5 1/3 innings in one game.

The four-seam fastball’s average speed is 89.7 mph, which is not fast and uses sliders and changeups as breaking balls. He also throws curveballs at a very low speed. 안전놀이터

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