The LG Twins have hired manager Lee Jong-woon

The LG Twins have hired former Lotte Giants manager Lee Jong-woon as a residuals coach to strengthen the development of their prospects. “Coach Lee Jong-woon will begin his activities as a residual coach at Champions Park in Icheon from the 30th of this month,” LG said.

After graduating from Gyeongnam High School and Dong-A University, Lee joined Lotte in 1989 and played until 1998, including contributing to Lotte’s Korean Series victory in 1992. 카지노사이트 He played in 738 games in the first team, batting .272 with 9 home runs, 98 RBIs, 258 runs scored and 98 stolen bases in 2,132 at-bats (580 hits).

After retiring from active duty, Lee Jong-woon, who coached Lotte and Gyeongnam High School, took over the Lotte organization in 2015, but stepped down after just one year. Since then, he has served as the Rookie Team Coach and Futures Manager at the SK Wyverns, where he left a mark.

Last year, he took over as head coach of the Lotte Futures team, moving to head coach during the season and taking over as acting head coach after Larry Sutton stepped down. Although he was not re-signed by Lotte after the season, 메이저 토토사이트 he returned to the field less than half a year later as one of the leading developmental experts in Korean baseball.

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