Significant Lee Dae-ho’s trip to Japan, MVP qualifying pitch

 Lee Dae-ho (41), who retired last year, will throw the first pitch in Japan, not Sajik Stadium. He throws a meaningful first pitch as the Japan Series MVP (Most Valuable Player).

According to Japanese media, Lee Dae-ho will throw the first pitch in the game between Softbank and Chiba Lotte Marines at the Paypay Dome in Fukuoka, Japan on the 28th. Lee Dae-ho led the team to the championship in 2015 while playing for Softbank, and became the first Korean to be selected as the Japan Series MVP.토토사이트

Lee Dae-ho, who had only played for Lotte, entered the Japanese professional baseball in 2012, played for Orix until 2013, and played for Softbank in 2014 and 2015. Lee Dae-ho, who played an active role in 2015 with a batting average of 0.282 and 31 home runs, won the foreign MVP in the Japan Series with 8 hits and 8 RBIs in 16 at-bats, including two final home runs.

Lee Dae-ho said through the club, “Thank you for giving me this glorious opportunity. His emotions and memories of winning the Japan Series are still vividly remembered. I am happy to be able to meet Softbank fans again.”

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