There was a time when I had 0 home runs in 117G

“Yes, it came out quickly this year.”

Kiwoom outfielder Lim Byung-wook (28)’s baseball life has been nothing but misfortune. He joined Nexen as the first choice in 2014, but was unable to blossom due to frequent injuries. I had to watch from a distance how my classmate Kim Ha-seong (San Diego Padres), who was not even nominated in the first round, took the shortstop following Kang Jung-ho, became the KBO league’s best offensive and defensive shortstop, and advanced to the major leagues. 스포츠토토

At the time of joining, in terms of shilling and potential, Lim Byeong-wook was the best ever. There were many insiders who predicted that he would grow more than Kim Ha-seong. Although his frequent injuries were the deciding blow, Lim Byeong-wook also failed to clearly appeal his baseball when he had the opportunity. In 2018, the semi-playoff 2 home run against Hanwha was a big success, and it was Lim Byung-wook’s final impact.

In 2019, he played as the starting center fielder, but in 117 games, he had a batting average of 0.243, 0 homers, 41 RBIs and 39 runs. He is not a home run hitter, but at the time, he played more than 100 games as a starter, and there was regret inside and outside the club, saying, ‘I can’t hit a home run like that.’

The 2023 season after returning from military service. Lim Byung-wook is no longer the starting pitcher. He didn’t even make the opening entry. However, from some time ago, more and more games are played in the outfield with Lee Jeong-hoo and Lee Hyeong-jong as the starting pitchers. It is a competitive system with veteran Lee Yong-gyu.

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