“This year’s goal is also a full-time business trip”… How the ‘KT’s iron man’ assigned team survives
Bae Jeong-dae (28, KT) ranked first in annual salary evaluation among KT beasts last season. He was evaluated as the hitter with the highest contribution to the team among the players subject to annual salary renewal, 바카라사이트 excluding players who signed free agency contracts such as Park Byeong-ho and Jang Seong-woo.
Last season, the assigned team had a batting average of 0.266, 6 homers and 56 RBIs, and an OPS (on-base percentage + slugging percentage) of 0.695. He is not particularly outstanding, but his grades seem passable, but his record of appearances in all games played a large part in becoming the first in high school.
Bae Jeong-dae is a player who played in all 144 games, of which there were only five players in the league last year. He has been playing in all matches for three consecutive years since 2020, when he started to establish himself as a main player.
There are only a handful of athletes participating in the all-time competition each year. It is not uncommon for a player to play in the foreground two years in a row. Outfielder Park Hae-min (LG) was the only player in the field for 3 consecutive years in the last 10 years other than Bae Jeong-dae. Park Hae-min, who stopped for two years after participating in the entire 2017-2019 season while playing for Samsung, played 144 games again last year when he moved to LG.
Although there is no particular award given for participating in the entire game, it is one of the most valuable records for the team. This is because he is a starting player and is only possible when he plays consistently for one season without a single injury. Running all 144 games for three consecutive years is a testament to health and diligence.
Bae Jeong-dae said, “I think it’s because of the coach’s patience.” Even though his grades aren’t that great, he’s grateful that he gets a chance to play in every game. 바카라사이트
A business trip to the entire military unit is a way to survive for the assigned unit. Bae Jeong-dae said, “It feels like I’m used to it after doing it for three years. Sitting on the bench is very awkward and uncomfortable.” If he can miss a few games and get 170 hits, that’s fine. But to me, even a single game where I can get even one hit is precious. As a result, I seem to be obsessed with business trips,” he laughed.
The first goal of this year is to go all-out for 4 consecutive years.
Bae Jeong-dae said, “This year’s goal is to play in all 144 games. The blow seems to have to grow by two steps. The goal is to hit more and get on base more. I want to hit 160 hits once. Before, I thought that if I played 144 games, the record would follow by itself, but after three years in a row, I think I need to reconsider that part,” he laughed.
The assigned team left for Atlanta, USA on the 2nd for individual training before spring camp. He got off to an early start this year to improve by playing all games in good health.