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KT Lee Sang-ho, Who was Released from LG a year ago

KT Lee Sang-ho, Who was Released from LG a year ago, Will be a Dagger in the Korean Series

Released even after achieving good grades.

After the entrance test, a new start at KT and proudly included in the KS entry.

LG defense seems to be shaken by a pinch runner in the second half of the game.

One year ago, November 8, 2022. Professional baseball LG Twins released three players. 카지노사이트탑

Left-handed pitcher Cha Woo-chan (36), infielder Kim Ho-eun (31), and infielder Lee Sang-ho (34, kt wiz) were hit by the bitter winter wind.

There were many voices calling the decision to release Lee Sang-ho unexpected.

In 2021, the first year he joined LG, he had a good batting average of 0.308 in 45 games, and in the 2022 season, he played in 60 games as a backup infielder, pinch runner, and substitute defensive agent and performed well with a batting average of 0.250.

Lee Sang-ho also participated in the playoffs (PO) with Kiwoom Heroes just a week before he was notified of his release.

Lee Sang-ho, who knew that his contract would be renewed, was even more shocked.

Lee Sang-ho immediately set out to find a new team.

After many twists and turns,Lee Sang-ho received a call from KT and went down to Iksan, Jeollabuk-do, where the finishing camp was being held.

Lee Sang-ho underwent an entrance test in front of coaches including KT coach Kang-cheol Lee.

He was a veteran who had played fall baseball only a few days ago, but his pride was not in question.

KT, which had been struggling with infield resource issues, immediately notified him of his acceptance, and Lee Sang-ho made a new start at KT.

Lee Sang-ho participated in 63 games in the regular season this year and helped KT advance to the postseason.

And following PO, his name was added to the KS entry.

Now Lee Sang-ho will play the 2023 Korean Series with LG, which released him.

The first game of KS will be held at Jamsil Stadium in Seoul on the afternoon of the 7th.

It has been exactly one year since LG announced the release of Lee Sang-ho.

Lee Sang-ho, a pinch runner and defense specialist, is likely to appear in the game late in the game.

This could possibly pour cold water on LG, which is dreaming of winning the Korean Series for the first time in 29 years since 1994.

Lee Sang-ho has already contributed a lot to defeating his former team, NC Dinos, in this year's PO.

Lee Sang-ho, who joined the Lotte Giants as a training player in 2010, went to SK Wyverns (now SSG Landers) the following year and played in NC from 2012 to 2020.