Lee Jung-hoo greets SF home fans for first time

He didn’t get a hit, but the team won.

The San Francisco Giants’ Lee Jung-hoo had the home opener of his dreams.

Lee started in center field against the San Diego Padres on June 6 at Oracle Park in San Francisco, California.

Lee went hitless in three at-bats. However, he drew a walk and scored a run. That one run proved to be invaluable as San Francisco rallied for a 3-2 ninth-inning victory.

Aside from the hit, the game was also significant because it was the first time Lee greeted the San Francisco home fans. Lee signed a six-year, 토토사이트 $113 million contract with the Giants prior to this season. After spring training, the Giants opened the season with a four-game road series against San Diego before returning home for a three-game series against the Los Angeles Dodgers. It was San Francisco’s home opener.

When Lee was introduced, the home fans gave him a rousing ovation.

The San Francisco team also welcomed Lee with a special video on the scoreboard. Lee’s father, former LG Twins coach Lee Jong-beom, also had a chance to greet fans on the big screen.

Lee led off the first inning with a walk against San Diego starter Dylan Sease. He then stole second base on Michael Conforto’s double, scoring the first run of the game. His second run of the season.

Lee grounded out to first base in his second at-bat in the third inning and again in the fifth inning. In the eighth, he faced left-hander Wandy Peralta and grounded out to shortstop. That was the end of his at-bat. Lee’s batting average dropped to 2-for-6 on the season. However, 파워볼실시간 it was an important home opener for Lee as the team snapped a four-game losing streak.

On the other side, Kim Ha-seong also struggled, going 0-for-4 on the day.

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