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Inside the Giants – Early Season Report Card – May 16


The Giants are starting to get back on track after a miserable start, and the numbers show why the Giants are sitting in sixth place. Let's take a look at some of the key players so far.
Lee Dae-ho – Dae-ho has been pretty consistent all season, and now is second in the league in average and homeruns. Lotte may have dodged a bullet with his salary, but he still continues to produce the goods. Grade: A
Hong Seung-hoon – Hong had a career year last year, batting .350 with 26 homers and 116 RBIs. This year? 0 homeruns, 18 RBIs and a .263 average. Ouch.  The move to the field has been a great failure. Grade: D
Kang Min-ho – Kang has been the rock of the team this year. Batting .331 with 4 homers and 16 RBIs, he's been the leader all season long. Grade: A
Jeon Jun-woo – Big things were expected after last year's breakout, but he's struggled at the plate early. He has come on of late, showing glimpses of the power that hit 19 homers last year. Grade: C
Cho Seung-hwan – Cho's batting average is down over 100 points from last season. Another candidate for disappointment of the year so far, but we like him, so it's hard to grade him low. Grade: C




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