Joseon’s 4th hitter holding the microphone…Lee Dae-ho transforms into a WBC commentator

Chosun’s No. 4 hitter’ Lee Dae-ho (41) will serve as a commentator for the World Baseball Classic (WBC).

SBS announced on the 16th, “Lee Dae-ho,메이저사이트 who ended his 22-year baseball life with great applause from many baseball fans last year, will challenge the WBC commentator at SBS.” It plans to relay and broadcast major matches, including those in Korea.

Commentator Lee Dae-ho said, “I will raise my voice in front of the microphone with the heart of the cheerleader,” and “I will comment comfortably so that viewers can concentrate on the game, and I will convey the vividness of the scene without missing it.”

Lee Dae-ho is not only a KBO league legend, but also a representative of Korean baseball who played for the Nippon Professional Baseball (NPB) Orix Buffaloes, Fukuoka Softbank Hawks and the American Major League Baseball (MLB) Seattle Mariners. He also wore the Taegeuk mark 8 times and was a key player in the national team at 3 WBC events (2009, 2013, 2017), 2006 Doha Asian Games, 2008 Beijing Olympics, 2010 Guangzhou Asian Games, and 2015 Premier 12. His career performance in international competitions is 0.323 batting average (54 hits in 167 at-bats) in 51 games, 7 homers, 49 RBIs, and an OPS of 0.951, leading the national team in career RBIs and OPS.

In particular, Lee Dae-ho is so-called ‘Iljalal’ because he flew exceptionally well in the Korea-Japan match during his active career. He hit a home run in the 2006 Doha Asian Games and the 2008 Beijing Olympics against Japan, and in the 2015 Premier12 Semifinals against Japan, he hit a come-from-behind final blow in the top of the 9th inning, when he was trailing 3-2, and created the famous scene of the Tokyo Battle, which is called the miracle 9th inning. .

Commentator Lee Dae-ho expressed his anticipation, saying that he is most looking forward to the Korea-Japan match in this tournament as well, and hopes that his juniors will not lose their concentration and achieve a thrilling victory.

Meanwhile, the Korean national team, which belongs to Group B, will play its first match against Australia in the first round held at Tokyo Dome, Japan at 12:00 noon on March 9th. On SBS, commentators Lee Soon-cheol and Lee Dae-ho and caster Jung Woo-young will broadcast the game against Australia.

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