Professional baseball Hanwha expunges Jeong Eun-won, Han Seung-ju, and Lee Won-seok from first team entries

Hanwha Jeong Eun-won

The professional baseball Hanwha Eagles deleted three players from the first team entry on the 20th, a rest day.

Hanwha sent multi-player Jeong Eun-won, right-hander bullpen Han Seung-ju, and outfielder Lee Won-seok to the second team all at once.

Eun-won Jeong, who was active as Hanwha’s starting second baseman until 2022, switched to the outfield at the club’s recommendation to reduce the defensive burden after his batting average was only 0.222 last season.

However, Eun-Won Jeong has been unable to get out of his slump this season. He appeared in 27 games and had a batting average of only 0.172.

He went to the second team once when his batting average stayed in the .100 range until early April, and has not been able to bounce back even after returning to the first team on the 25th of last month.

After May, he recorded a batting average of 0.219 in 14 games.

NC Dinos, who recently suffered three consecutive losses, canceled infielder Kim Soo-yoon and outfielder Chun Jae-hwan in an effort to change the team atmosphere.

The LG Twins sent infielder Song Chan-eui and sidearm pitcher Woo Kang-hoon, and the SSG Landers sent right-handed pitcher Kim Joo-on to the second team.

Lotte Giants’ fastball pitcher Lee Min-seok also had his entry expunged.

Lee Min-seok started against the Doosan Bears on the 19th and gave up 3 hits, 1 walk, 4 strikeouts, and 2 runs in 3⅓ innings before being replaced due to a finger contusion, and the club decided to give him some recovery time to protect the player. 섯다

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