March 31, 2018. Lotte lost 5-10 in the Sajik NC, snapping a seven-game losing streak after opening the season.
Lee Dae-ho, who batted fourth and went 0-for-3, was hit in the back of the head with a chicken box while leaving the ballpark after the game. It happened in a split second, in front of not only adults but also tons of young fans. All he could do was look back.
In an interview after the so-called chicken attack, Lee Dae-ho revealed his true feelings. “I don’t really mean it, but I think about it. I think it’s the behavior of people who feel sorry for Lotte as if it’s their job,” Lee Dae-ho said, “Actually, I was in a very difficult situation at the time. It must have been much harder for me than for the fans, but I think it’s a place to understand the fans’ feelings as well.”
Lee Dae Ho also said, “When something like that happens, my family is more hurt than me. I feel more sorry for them. My wife cried so much after that incident. If something like that happened again, not only would I be upset, but the fans watching would be upset too. If my child were to grow up and see something like that, it would be very hurtful,” he said.
Five years have now passed. Dae-ho Lee has since expressed his desire to treat the fan who threw the chicken box to a meal. As long as he apologized in a cool way, of course.
On the 28th, Lee Dae Ho posted on his YouTube channel ‘Lee Dae Ho [RE:DAEHO]’, “Many people asked me if I caught the person who threw the chicken. (The fan who threw the chicken box) watched this YouTube video and felt a little stabbed in the heart. If you come over, I’ll treat you to a meal. He said, “If you’re willing to come over and apologize, I’ll be cool and buy you a meal. Please contact me after you see it.”
Meanwhile, Lee Dae-ho, who started his professional career with Lotte in 2001 after graduating from Gyeongnam High School, played in 1971 KBO games, batting .309 (7118 hits, 2199 at-bats) with 374 home runs, 1425 RBIs, 972 runs scored and 11 stolen bases.
Dae-ho Lee had one of his best seasons last year before announcing his retirement. In 142 games, he batted .540 (179-for-540) with 23 home runs, 101 RBIs, and 53 runs scored. Unfortunately, he didn’t make it to the fall season, but his individual stats were as good as any.
Lee has won seven Golden Gloves in his career. He was named the best first baseman in 2006, 2007, 2011, and 2017, and won the Gold Glove 카지노사이트 for third baseman in 2010. In 2018 and last year, he won the Golden Glove for designated hitter.
Since retiring from the game, he has been actively involved in sports, appearing on the popular JTBC program “Strongest Baseball.