Doosan coach Lee Seung-yeop appointed a dedicated coach (Lee Young-soo Futures batting coach) to help foreign hitter José Rojas recover his sense of hitting. The effect is gradually emerging. He is showing signs of recovery, completing a three-hit game against Ulsan Lotte on the 30th of last month. 

Coach Lee Seung-yeop, who met with reporters ahead of the Pohang Samsung game on the 4th, said, “I will have to see more, but I feel that I am getting better little by little.” Persistence is needed. I hope he continues to play and find his own.” 

He continued, “I can’t judge after a few games because I haven’t been in good shape for more than two months, but I think Rojas is also looking for peace of mind because he is still on base.” 

Regarding the reason for entrusting coach Lee Young-soo with the important responsibility of restoring LOHAS hitting, coach Lee Seung-yeop said, “I know LOHAS well since I have been with them since spring camp. He’s a foreign player, so if he’s not in good shape, he’ll think he’s alone and he can’t help but be timid. I look forward to the effect of regaining psychological stability as well as technical aspects while talking with coach Lee Young-soo.” 

Coach Lee Seung-yeop, who has played in Japan for eight years since 2004, also knows the position of foreign players better than anyone else. “It is difficult to live abroad,” he said. It’s all good when it’s good after coming to a distant country, but it’s definitely more difficult when it’s not good. You need a lot of help from those around you to get out of the slump quickly. Even if you do not play baseball, you should be comfortable with your mind to increase your chances of rebounding. I think the expression and reaction to fighting at bat are definitely getting better.” 토토사이트

Rojas said, “We are talking more psychologically than technically while working with coach Lee Young-soo at the Australian camp and in Icheon.” When Coach Lee Young-soo said that LOHAS’ sense of hitting seemed to improve after he became the exclusive coach, he said, “I think that the technique was shaken due to the psychological part in the end, but Coach Lee Young-soo talked a lot about that and instilled a lot of confidence, so it was helpful. It is becoming,” he said, expressing his gratitude.

The current feel is good. Rojas said, “I feel like I have a lot of balance and I can see the ball well. In the future, I want to maintain this image and help the team a lot.” In the game on the 5th, Rojas contributed to a 5-3 come-from-behind victory by achieving 100% on-base with 2 hits, 2 hits and 3 walks in 2 at-bats, including a double. If Lohas gets back on the right track, I think he will have to treat Coach Lee Young-soo properly.

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