Lee Won-seok handed folder greetings to the audience, and Samsung fans responded with applause… Warm landscape of Rapak

Lee Won-seok, uniform number 17, wearing a burgundy Kiwoom away uniform, walked out of the waiting at-bat on the first base side of the Daegu Samsung Lions Park. 

Arriving at the plate with his helmet on, he bowed his head toward first base, third base, and the center crowd. He was a thank you to Samsung fans. 

On the 2nd, Lee Won-seok started as first baseman number 5 in an away game against Samsung held at Daegu Samsung Lions Park.

He transferred from Samsung to Kiwoom through a trade on the 27th of last month, and before his first at-bat in the second inning, he first greeted Daegu Samsung fans who had supported him. Fans also greeted Lee Won-seok with generous applause. 

Lee Won-seok attacked Samsung starter David Buchanan and the ball count 3B-1S with a cut fastball on the 5th pitch, but withdrew due to a floating ball in right field. 

Lee Won-seok said ahead of the game that day, “I think my feelings are a bit strange. He honestly confessed, “I think he has a different mind because he only works on that side (3rd base) and then on this side (1st base).” 먹튀검증

He said, “It’s not the first time I’ve been in the first base dugout, but I’ve been using the third base dugout for a long time, so I have a lot of thoughts.” 

Lee Won-seok, who had a friendly conversation with Samsung coach Park Jin-man before the game, said, “The coach said, ‘Isn’t it too good to go there?’ I was moved to tears when he said, ‘It’s so nice to see you doing well, and since you’re a disciple who’s like a family, I’ll always support you no matter where you are.'” 

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