March 31, 2018. Lotte lost 5-10 in the Sajik NC game and fell into a swamp of 7 consecutive losses since the opening game.
Lee Dae-ho, who pitched as the fourth hitter and went 0-hit in 3 at-bats, was hit in the back with a chicken box on his way out of the baseball field after the game. It was an incident that occurred in an instant while not only adults but also numerous child fans were watching. All Dae-ho Lee could do was glance behind him.
Dae-ho Lee revealed his true feelings through an interview after the so-called chicken terror incident occurred. He said, “I don’t think it’s sincere. Lee Dae-ho, who said, “I think it is the actions of people who feel sorry for Lotte as if it were their own,” said, “Actually, I was also in a very difficult situation at that time. It must have been much harder for me than the fans. “But I think it’s a place where we understand the fans’ feelings,” he said.
Lee Dae-ho also said, “If something like that happens, my family will be more hurt than me. I feel more sorry for my family. After that incident, his wife cried so much. It was really hard for my family. If something like that happens again, not only me but the fans watching will be very angry. “If my child grew up and saw a scene like that, how much would it hurt me?” he said, without hiding his regret.
Five years have already passed. Lee Dae-ho expressed his desire to treat the fan who threw the chicken box to a meal. Of course, this is assuming that you apologize coolly.
On the 28th, Lee Dae-ho said through his YouTube channel ‘Lee Dae-ho [RE:DAEHO]’, “Many people asked if I caught the person who threw the chicken. (The fan who threw the chicken box) I think he will be a bit touched after watching this YouTube video. If you come, I will treat you to a meal. At the same time, if you let go of all the pain you’ve been feeling and say you’re sorry, I’ll be cool and buy you a meal. “Please take a look and contact me,” he said.스포츠토토
Meanwhile, Lee Dae-ho, who began his professional career at Lotte in 2001 after graduating from Gyeongnam High School, played in 1,971 KBO games and recorded a batting average of .309 (2,199 hits in 7,118 at-bats), 374 home runs, 1,425 RBIs, 972 runs, and 11 stolen bases.
Dae-ho Lee left behind his best performance last year, which predicted his retirement. He played in 142 games and played brilliantly with a batting average of .300, 179 hits in 540 at-bats, 23 home runs, 101 RBI, and 53 runs scored. Unfortunately, he was unable to perform on the fall stage, but his individual performance was an indicator that was second to none anywhere.
Dae-ho Lee has won the Golden Glove Award seven times in his career. He was selected as the best first baseman in 2006, 2007, 2011, and 2017, and was awarded the Golden Glove for third basemen in 2010. He won the Golden Glove Award as a designated hitter in 2018 and last year.
After his retirement from active duty, he has been actively engaged in activities such as appearing on JTBC’s popular program ‘Strongest Baseball’. /firstname.lastname@example.org