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LG’s ‘hilarious’ alien atrocity terminator crashes interview…”Is it true that LG’s first baseman is angry and hated by everyone?”

LG’s foreign batsman Austin Dean couldn’t contain his hilarious antics. After the game, he barged into his teammate Casey Kelly’s postgame interview as a reporter, asking silly questions and causing a sea of laughter.

Jamsil Stadium, where the LG-Dusan game was played on the 28th. LG won the game 9-2, led by Kelly’s seven innings of two-run ball. Austin hit a leadoff home run (his 12th of the season) over the left field fence with two outs in the first inning. It was her final hit of the day.

After the game, Kelly was in the dugout, surrounded by reporters, conducting postgame interviews. At the last minute, Austin, who had come to the dugout to get his gear (bat, glove, etc.), saw what was going on and stood next to him, holding a water bottle filled with ionized water as if it were a tape recorder (mimicking the way reporters hold their phones to record).

Austin listened intently to Kelly’s interview and asked questions. Austin jokingly asked Kelly, “The LG Twins first baseman is angry and mean and people say they don’t like him, what do you think about that?” which got a laugh.

Kelly then responded to Austin’s joke. “The LG first baseman gets too excited,” Kelly said. So, Oh Ji-hwan and Kim Hyun-soo are trying to calm down the first baseman, who is very angry,” Kelly replied with a laugh. Austin laughed and said, “I’m sorry,” and left.

Austin is no stranger to hilarity, both on and off the field. As a first baseman, he is always smiling and chatting with opposing batters when they reach first base during a game.

When the SSG game was canceled due to rain on the 22nd of this month, he gave the fans a rainy day spectacle with a head-first slide around the tarped infield. 토토사이트

Most importantly, Austin has become a favorite of LG fans for ending the LG foreign batting woes of the past two years. In 83 games, Austin is batting .324 (98-for-324) with 12 home runs, 63 RBIs, 51 runs scored and an OPS of .838.

He bats fourth in the lineup and ranks first in RBIs and seventh in home runs. He was originally recruited as an outfielder (right field), but has been playing first base, which is an unfamiliar position for him. Contributing to the team in the offense He is one of the best foreign hitters this season, along with SSG Eredia.

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