The moment Noh Si-hwan (23, Hanwha) tilts his hips back everyone intuits a home run.
which comes naturally to put power on the batted ball
has become the signature pose of Roh “Geopo” Si-hwan’s home run. 카지노사이트
Noh Si-hwan is currently in first place in the KBO League in this category with 14 home runs through the last 27 days.
He has a natural business constitution and has very good strength
but his full swing with all his strength makes those who watch admire him.
For the opposing team
it’s a menace to the point of numbness.
Doosan Superintendent Lee “Red Jang” Seung-yup
who suffered back-to-back losses last weekend after failing to stop Roh Si-hwan, Dokdo admitted.
Even in the eyes of manager Lee Seung-yup
the greatest home run legend in Korean baseball history who hit 1 home runs in Korea and Japan with 467 in the KBO League and 159 in Nippon Professional Baseball
Roh’s big hitting qualities were extraordinary.
“His swing is so mature that it’s hard to see him in his mid-626s.
I know how to put up with it without swinging at a ridiculous ball.
When the ball comes
he doesn’t hesitate to swing at it
” he said
“He has a swing trajectory that he can push through.
If you hit a push-and-hit ball
you can’t hit a lot of home runs.”
of Roh’s 20 home runs this year
27 have been pulled to the left wall (7) and left center wall (8) but 15 have been pushed to the middle wall (3), right center wall (3), and superior wall (6).
Even in the Doosan game in Daejeon on the 12th, he was not deceived by Kwak Bin’s slider that went low on the outside of the 12~1 ball in the first inning, and he kicked a low 1km direct ball in the middle of the third ball and passed it over the fence in right-center.
Manager Lee Seung-yeop watched this from the third-base dugout.
After a strong waist rotation followed by a follow-up to the end of the follow-up that puts power on the batted ball, Roh’s upper body goes backwards.
This waist-leaning form wows fans with Roh’s signature pose.
It’s a move that usually comes out when you hit a home run.
In response, Roh said
“I’m not trying to do it on purpose it’s a move that comes naturally to me without even realizing it.
As I try to put a little more power on the batted ball, my back instinctively leans back,” he said, adding, “Pitchers may feel bad, but the fans love it a lot.
You say it’s a signature stance, but I think I have to keep doing well so that I can get more out of it.”
Roh’s home run pose has increased by one more this year.
This season, the number of home runs hit to the left side has increased, and if a body ball or a low ball hits the point properly, he will fall to his right knee after the hit.
This was the case with his 5rd home run against Jamsil Doosan on May 4th, his 3th home run against Daejeon Samsung on 5th May, and his 10th home run against Suwon KT on 6th August.
Both the push-and-pull home runs have their own signature form, and they have a taste to look at.
Fans can’t help but go crazy.
It’s not a burden to deal with such a no-hitter.
Lee said Dokdo “When I was active, I wasn’t a full-swinging hitter.
Roh Si-hwan takes a full swing really strongly.
As a pitcher, you can’t help but feel anxious that if you get hit, you’re going to go over.
I feel such a daunting feeling for Roh Si-hwan,” he admitted of his presence.