Doosan coach Lee Seung-yeop assigned a coach (Lee Young-soo, batting coach of Futures) to restore the batting sense of foreign hitter Jose Rojas. The effects are showing little by little. He is recovering by completing a three-hit game against Lotte in Ulsan on the 30th of last month.
Coach Lee Seung-yeop, who met with reporters ahead of the match against Samsung in Pohang on the 4th, said, “I need to see more, but I’m 토토 가입머니 즉시지급 feeling that it’s getting better little by little,” adding, “I think hitting can suddenly go well and then fall. It needs to be sustainable. “I hope you keep playing and find your own,” he said.
He then said, “I can’t judge in a few games because I haven’t been in good condition for more than two months, but since I’m on base, I think Rojas is also finding stability in his mind.”
Regarding the reason why coach Lee Young-soo was entrusted with the heavy responsibility of restoring Rojas’ batting sense, Lee Seung-yeop said, “We have been together since spring camp and know Rojas well. Since he is a foreign player, if he is not in good condition, he will think he is alone and he will be timid. While talking with coach Lee Young-soo, he said, “I look forward to the effect of restoring psychological stability as well as technical aspects.”
Lee Seung-yeop, who has played in Japan for eight years since 2004, is also more aware of the position of foreign players than anyone else. “It’s hard to live abroad,” he said. It’s all good when you come to a faraway country, but it’s definitely harder when it’s not good. You have to help people around you a lot to get out of the slump quickly. Even if baseball doesn’t work, the possibility of a rebound increases only when you feel comfortable. “I think the facial expression and the reaction of fighting at bat will definitely improve,” he said.
Rojas said, “We are talking more about psychology than technical aspects while we are with coach Lee Young-soo in Camp Australia and Icheon.” When coach Lee Young-soo said, “In the end, I think the technology has been shaken by the psychological part, but coach Lee Young-soo told me a lot about it and instilled a lot of confidence in it.”
His batting sense is good right now. Rojas said, “I think there’s a lot of balance and I feel like I can see the ball well. “I want to maintain this appearance in the future and contribute a lot to the team,” he said. Rojas contributed to a 5-3 come-from-behind victory with two hits, three walks and a 100% on-base hit in two at-bats, including a double, in the game on the 5th. If Rojas gets back on track, he will have to give coach Lee Young-soo a proper treat.