When I see Hanwha Eagles infielder Moon Hyun-bin, I think of Doosan Bears Futures manager Lee Jeong-hoon, who was a former Eagles legend. His stature is small, but he has a solid physique and is tightly united with grit. He has the qualities to become a top hitter like manager Lee Jung-hoon. As of the 6th, he is only 2 hits in 12 at-bats and has a batting average of 10.6 and 7. However, his impact at bat is strong.  먹튀검증

Hyunbin Moon, who graduated from Bukil High School in Cheonan and served as the captain of the youth team, became a new member of the Hanwha team this season. There was a surprising look at the appointment of Hyunbin Moon by Hanwha, which had undergone some degree of rebuilding of the infield with young players, but the Hanwha scout team, which had been watching him for a long time in the Chungcheong region, did not worry. At the rookie draft in September of last year, the first to call Moon Hyun-bin’s name in the second round. 

Hanwha general manager Son Hyuk, who was on site as a power reinforcement coordinator at the time, said, “I never gave up on my intentions, saying that the scout team had to nominate Moon Hyun-bin unconditionally. I felt like I made a really good choice.” He also added, “If not right now, in the next one or two years, he will become a key player representing our team.” 

Moon Hyun-bin’s main position is the infield, but he has expanded his defensive range to the outfield. He started as a designated hitter against Gocheok Kiwoom on the 1st, but started as a starting center fielder against Daegu Samsung on the 4th and 6th. Coach Carlos Subero praised him, saying, “As a center fielder, he is showing a better figure than expected. He has a very good baseball sense and is smart. When you look at his first step when defending, he resembles a professional outfielder. The possibilities are endless.” 

Moon Hyun-bin said, “Outfield defense is not difficult. Defensive coach Jeon Sang-yeol taught me well, so I’m adapting quickly. When defending, I still lack a sense of distance from the fence, but I’m working hard.” 

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