“What’s your current physical condition of 70%?” First-tier hits → AG Kim, but it’s still a strange ‘first experience’ for Yoon Dong-hee

Manager Kim Tae-hyung visited the youngest Kim Min-seok and Yoon Dong-hee. “When you enter the batter’s box, you should have a desperate mind to say, ‘If you don’t play this well, you might be able to join the second division.’ He is not the starting member yet.”여우알바

The evaluation itself is high. However, the rival team is a famed pullback who has advanced to the Korean Series for three times, seven consecutive times. It is hard to see how young players feel at ease. It is time for constant whipping.

On the other hand, manager Kim Tae-hyung is giving younger players as many opportunities as possible in practice. In particular, Yoon Dong-hee, along with Victor Reyes, a foreign hitter, has played every game throughout the spring camp and has been playing full-time without replacement.

He has become a star representing his team. He played in 423 at-bats in 107 games last year, posting a batting average of 287 with an OPS (on-base plus slugging percentage) of 0.6870. He also won a gold medal at the Asian Games as a right fielder for the Korean national team.

However, the 1st team still performs unfamiliar to us. The spring camp in the 1st team is the “first experience” since its debut.

He is expected to be given the role of a table-setter again this season. “As the number of at-bats increases, there is a possibility that it will be physically difficult. I need to watch a lot of balls, too. I am thinking a lot about it,” he said.

Victor Reyes, the new foreign hitter, will be the starting center fielder. “It is true that we have difficulty communicating,” Yoon said. “We try to communicate a lot before the game. We are going to make a decision based on the number of calls that we know each other.” “Last year, Rex was a bright player, but Reyes is quiet and quiet. He is responsible and does his job without hesitation.”

“Last year, there was a time when I was thinking about infield and outfield, and I was really good at choosing outfield. As an infielder, I wasn’t sure of his strengths. I was also drawn to the fact that outfielders would get more opportunities.”

Yoon Dong-hee hit a double off Loki Sasaki, a 165-kilometer monster, in the second game of the Chiba Lotte Marines. As for Sasaki’s ball, he said, “It feels like I’m hitting it again. No Korean pitcher, foreign pitcher, or any other ball has this much power. I learned a lot.”

Due to strong winds, he made many mistakes on fly balls in the outfield. “I did not expect that I would be asked to interview a hero because I made many mistakes,” Yoon said in embarrassment. “Yoon is a player who is not intimidated by even a pitcher I have never seen before,” manager Kim Tae-hyung praised him, while adding, “He is good at catching and missing such a fly ball.”

Yoon Dong-hee also played as a leadoff in a practice match against the Samsung Lions on the 27th, when he won a huge 12-5 victory, and led the team to victory with two hits and an RBI in five at-bats.

“I’m in good physical condition, but I don’t think I can adjust to the stadium yet,” Yoon said. “I think it’s somewhere between 60 and 70 percent,” he added. “I don’t know because it’s my first time at spring camp.”

“First of all, I want to be more relaxed at bat. I’m worried that if I don’t set the strike zone more clearly, I’ll get lost. Rather than hitting far away, we hit for our own purpose, but in Japan, we swing full swing without hesitation. I want to learn such things.”

“Ryu Hyun-jin is not something that can be analyzed,” said Kim Kang-min, who welcomed the joining of “Monster.”

Kim Kang-min (41), a 24-year veteran of the professional league who left SSG Landers and wore the Hanwha Eagles uniform, could not hide his joy of becoming a teammate with “Living Legend” Ryu Hyun-jin (37).

In the past, Ryu Hyun-jin, who met as an opposing pitcher during the SK Wyverns (currently SSG), was particularly weak, but now he has no chance to face off.여우알바

Kim Kang-min said it would be difficult to hit Ryu Hyun-jin’s ball even if they face off again, but vowed to help the “return ace” by defending hard.

Kim Kang-min, who is preparing for the new season in sweat at the Okinawa Spring Camp in Japan, recalled memories of Ryu Hyun-jin, a “tough pitcher to deal with.”

“I was strong against left-handers, but I was especially weak against Ryu Hyun-jin,” he said. “I didn’t think I would see him again while playing in the field, but I’m glad Hyun-jin came to the same team.”

“I don’t think I’ll be able to hit Ryu’s ball even if I have a showdown with him again,” Ryu said. “Ryu is not something that can be analyzed. It’s hard to get the timing right.”

Kim Kang-min said that the atmosphere of Hanwha has changed a lot since Ryu Hyun-jin returned after 12 years. “Hanwha has been at the bottom for a long time, and if a player who is a pillar of the team joins, it will be a boost,” he said. “There are many things that can be seen and learned, especially for players like Ryu Hyun-jin, so young players will improve their skills a lot.”

In particular, he stressed, “Fielders, including me, will also have more concentration when an ace pitcher like Ryu Hyun-jin starts,” adding, “If these thoughts spread throughout the team, we will be a stronger team.”

Kim Kang-min also made no secret of his will to advance to fall baseball unconditionally, determining that he would play with the mind of a first-year rookie in the newly transferred team.

Kim Kang-min, a franchise player who played only in one team from 2001 to last year when he made his professional debut, was nominated by Hanwha through the second draft after the end of last season.

Kim Kang-min said, “I’m a first-year freshman in this team,” and laughed, “I’ve been a leader in SSG, but it’s my first time here, so I’m keeping up with it.”

At the same time, he said, “I think I’ve gotten a lot closer to my juniors than I thought,” adding, “I’m going to talk to them first and make a lot of jokes.”

Kim’s goal for this season is to advance to the postseason. “I will play this season with the mindset that I will definitely advance to the semifinals,” Kim said. “If I lose today, I will win tomorrow, and if I win three consecutive games, I will prepare for my fourth consecutive victory. Even if I play less time, I will do my best to play defense and other areas that my team needs.”

Already KKK… The youngest members of professional baseball and Kim

Hanwha left-hander Hwang Joon-seo (19) and Doosan right-hander Kim Taek-yeon (19), who were selected as the first and second runners in the first round in the rookie draft in the 2024 season, showed off their presence ahead of the exhibition game. In particular, the two players boast outstanding pitching power that can be used as immediate power of Hanwha and Doosan, putting team seniors on edge.여우알바

It was Kim Taek-yeon who boasted ball power first. Kim took the mound in the ninth inning with his team leading 9-1 in a practice game against the Japanese Softbank held at Ikime Stadium in Miyazaki, Japan on Sunday. Kim struck out three batters in a row to end the game. On the day, Kim Taek-yeon displayed her keen ball control, as she hit a fastball with a maximum speed of 149 kilometers per hour and secured a strike by attaching the ball to the body of a left-handed batter.

Kim Taek-yeon said, “I wanted to throw a pitch that I was confident in, believing in me, rather than running away from the first practice game in Doosan’s uniform,” and vowed, “I will prepare faithfully as I have done so far and show a good performance from the beginning of the season.”

A day after news of Kim Taek-yeon’s good pitching broke out, Hwang Joon-ho also faced off with a formidable pitch. In a practice match against Hanshin held at Yaechida Stadium in Okinawa, Japan on the 25th, Hwang gave one run during two innings, but struck out four. “I want to achieve more completeness of breaking balls and balance in pitching for the rest of the year, so that I can survive in the first division for a long time,” Hwang said. “I really want to learn how to cutters that Ryu Hyun-jin throws well.”

“In the final season of (Kim) Tae-gun’s contract…” KIA catcher’s kingdom master plan, 82-year-old “back-up trio” will complete it

Kia Tigers will use Kim Tae-gun, 35, whom it acquired through hard trade in July last year, as its starting player for the next two to three years. In order to avoid repetition of the “Park Dong-won” case, the team has made all-out efforts to negotiate a multi-year contract with non-FA. It signed a three-year, 2.5 billion won (2.3 million U.S. dollars) contract just before the end of the season.퀸알바

At the time, Shim Jae-hak, general manager of the team, said that Kim must serve as the starting pitcher for two years, up until the 2025 season. However, he said that in 2026, the last season of his contract, his backup players should be competitive enough to bring down Kim. He hoped that Kim would gain more time while adding stability to Kia’s home turf, making a positive impact on its juniors’ growth.

Kim Tae-gun does exactly that role. Since his transfer, he has spearheaded Kia’s fight for the best five teams by displaying stable play in offense and defense. He gained productivity by displaying robust pitching capabilities in offense and defense. He also received points for defense, checking runners, and managing games.

This is not the end of his career. Kim also wields “good influence” on the growth of junior catchers, fielders and pitchers, both directly and indirectly. He emphasized the basics for junior catchers. He encouraged them to train more. He urged pitchers to “absolutely follow him,” declaring that individualism unique to the MZ generation does not work. He asked all the players to confidently tell him if they disagree with him. Meanwhile, he said he was proud of Yoon Young-cheol, who is in his second year studying new pitches.

The rebuilding of Kia’s home turf was not smooth. This three-year contract period, where Kim Tae-gun is, is an opportunity to achieve some breakthrough growth. Eventually, Han Seung-taek (30) and Joo Hyo-sang (27) can play as backup to Han Joon-soo (25) last year to complete the catcher’s kingdom.

Just looking at their age, they are not small enough. Han is in his 30s, and Joo Hyo-sang is in his late 20s. It is time to show something properly. Han was disappointed in batting compared to stable defense, and while Joo and Han have strength in batting, they need to gain more experience and stability in other areas.

This year, Kia recruited Takeshi Nakamura, former battery coach in the mid-2010s. “I met Takeshi at the Canberra camp. He is a veteran coach in his late 50s. However, he did not unilaterally lead the catchers. He made great efforts to reach young catchers by communicating with them at eye level. He invested a lot of time in defensive training including basic blocking and catching.

Han Seung-taek, Joo Hyo-sang and Han Jun-su moved to the Okinawa camp side by side. Now, time is approaching for mixed feelings. No team has four catchers in its first division. It is a 3-1 race. It is not strange to run a season with only one backup catcher of Kim and Kim.

Camps in Okinawa are more focused on actual games. A series of matches were held to compare performance and performance. The match against the KT Wiz on Saturday local time was the start. The three players played side by side. Joo started the match, and garnered two walks. He signaled recovery from last year’s poor batting performance. Han Seung-taek and Han Jun-su stepped forward in the second half of the game. Han proved his batting talent once again by hitting a double during the only batting opportunity in the ninth inning.

Who will be the catcher who will assist Kim Tae-gun, the main catcher this year for the longest time? In order for KIA to become a catcher’s kingdom in the future, it needs dramatic co-prosperity amid Kim’s umbrella.
Article courtesy of My Daily

“No parts to worry about, all good abilities”… “Beginner coach” Lee Beom-ho believes in the players

Lee Bum-ho, manager of the Kia Tigers, said, “I have higher expectations than I have to worry. I know the team and the players better than anyone else.

KIA faced unexpected bad news ahead of the spring camp at the end of last month. It was known that former coach Kim Jong-kook was under investigation by the prosecution on charges of malpractice, and KIA sent Kim out as a dismissal following the suspension of his duties.

KIA, which started its spring camp after a two-week tour of various leaders, has assigned new manager Lee Bum-ho the baton. It has decided that internal promotion is better than external recruitment.

Manager Lee Bum-ho started his professional career by joining the Hanwha Eagles as eighth priority in the second round and first round in 2000. After playing for the Japanese Softbank Hawks in 2010, he built a new home for Kia in 2011. He chose to retire after continuing his active career until 2019.

Since then, he has trained as a coach at Softbank and the Philadelphia Phillies of the U.S. Major League Baseball (MLB), and served as the manager of KIA Futures (second division) in 2021. After coaching players as a batting coach in the first division from 2022, he took over as the 11th manager of KIA on the 13th. The details of the two-year contract are 900 million won (300 million won in down payment and 300 million won in annual salary).

Kia, which is unwavering despite the chaotic atmosphere, is holding its spring camp as usual. “KIA is a strong team. Since I was a player in this team, I felt that all the systems were well established. Everyone in each part works really hard to achieve good results,” Lee said. “I am very grateful to be the first coach in a strong team like this.” Since the club is going in a good direction with good players, I think we should put in the right performance. I will try harder.”

Being a coach has not changed much. Just like when serving as a coach, Lee constantly communicates with the players. “That is my concept,” Lee said. “I need to be comfortable and have conversations to understand players’ thoughts and conditions on the day,” Lee said. “Rather than sitting still, I try to check players’ physical conditions. Now I have to play a practice game to see how much my body is built. That’s why I constantly go to the players and talk to them.”고소득알바

The players are also responding well. “Honestly, the coach is really good. When I came to Kia (2022) he was a batting coach and helped me a lot to adjust to the situation. Still, we have good communication and comfort. When it comes to being a coach, players might have a hard time approaching him or her, but our team doesn’t have such a thing. It’s good that the coach approaches me very comfortably,” he said with a smile.

Manager Lee Bum-ho is approaching the players with an open mind with the concept of a comfortable head coach. “When a batter enters the batter’s box and a pitcher enters the mound, he should not feel pressured. You have to hit and throw comfortably in order to make your play come out and grow faster,” Lee said. “As long as I am a manager, I will emphasize this part the most. The baseball that I am pursuing now is to make players play comfortably.”

“If you are physically tired, it doesn’t matter if you take a rest and train,” Lee said. “But I want you to focus on baseball and games.” “You have to build your body thoroughly so that you can participate in games. All the players are preparing well according to their conditions.” Lee believes that while it is up to the head coach to create a comfortable environment, players should take responsibility.

Last year, Kia had difficulties throughout the season due to a series of injuries. Key players such as Na Sung-bum, Park Chan-ho, and Kim Do-young suffered from injuries, large and small, and failed to show off their skills. Kia, which competed in the semifinals until the end of the season, failed to advance to the postseason by ranking sixth.

This winter, Kia did not recruit an external FA, but it focused its efforts on making up for its shortcomings. For starters, Will Crow and James Nail, new foreign pitchers with experience in the big leagues, joined the starting lineup, while Seo Geon-chang, a former infielder with the LG Twins, joined the KIA team. If Kia spends one season without injury, it can threaten not only the semifinals but also LG, the defending champion.

The head coach agrees. “All the players have good enough skills. I don’t think we were able to advance to a higher position last season because of injury,” Lee said. “I am positive if our players look strong in other teams. It is an honor for me to have players who can produce good results. If I manage injuries well, I will be able to play baseball with more fun and enjoyable games than any other year in this season.”

“People around me are worried about the first base, but I don’t think I have to worry too much about seeing our players’ condition and training,” Lee said when asked about the parts that he was worried about. “Lee Woo-sung and Byun Woo-hyuk are preparing at the first base, and I don’t think there will be any problems at all.” They say they can find answers through internal competition.

“Since the starters had a hard time last year, I will pay attention to the injuries and conditions of foreigners and existing starters this year. Pitcher coaches are working to secure more starting resources at first- and second-tier camps. We are preparing for various variables by giving two starting classes each,” he added.

Recently, one variable occurred outside the team. This is because Ryu Hyun-jin (Hanwha Eagles), who has been on the big league stage for 11 years, returned to the KBO League. Ryu Hyun-jin joined the Okinawa camp in Japan the next day after completing an eight-year contract with Hanwha for a total of 17 billion won (including opt-outs and closed to the public under agreement between the two sides).

Ryu said, “(The KBO League) has also changed a lot, so I have to go through it as well. I think I should study hard while watching exhibition games and practice games,” but the calculation method has become complicated for the nine teams excluding Hanwha.

A sharp curve, a heavy fastball… The Monster is alive!

“Good, good!” Hanwha manager Choi Won-ho, who watched the bullpen pitcher Ryu Hyun-jin throw at the second spring camp of the Hanwha Eagles in Okinawa, Japan, on Sunday. After signing an eight-year, 17 billion won contract with the Hanwha Eagles on the previous day, Ryu left Korea on the morning and arrived in Okinawa, directly to the training ground. “I’m glad to be back in 12 years,” he told the team in a suit. “I’ll do my best to go higher.” He was also invited to the team’s Kakao Talk group chat room. “I was busy saving the contact information of the players all day long,” he said.

Immediately after their meeting, Ryu changed into a uniform with his jersey number 99 embedded in it and warmed up. This is the number he wore before their departure. After 11 years in the U.S. Major League Baseball (MLB), he picked up the official ball of the KBO (Korea Baseball Organization) and sighed. “It’s heavier than the U.S. press,” Ryu said, adding, “I’ve thrown it several times in Korea, but I’m not used to it yet.”여우알바

Then, he took the mound of the bullpen and threw 45 pitches. He checked breaking balls, including fastballs, curves, cutters, and changeups. The speed of the ball was not measured separately. Most of the balls passed through the strike zone. When SBS Sports commentator Lee Soon-cheol asked, “How much power are you throwing right now?” he answered, “I’m just throwing lightly. I’m not using much power.” “The pitch and quality of the pitch were good even though I didn’t throw strongly,” Hanwha Pitcher Coach Park Seung-min said. “The ball stretches out even though I throw lightly. The angle of the breaking ball is also different from that of Korean pitchers,” bullpen catcher Jung Woo-min said. “As expected, U.S. water is different.”

“I’ve been exercising only indoors, but I think I threw well outdoors today,” Ryu said. “I think I will pitch another bullpen session, conduct live pitching (in practice), and then take the mound in a practice game.” “I can increase the number of pitches to 80 before the opening of the game. I’ve already thrown 65 pitches in Korea,” Ryu said. “I can also play in the opening game (against LG in Jamsil on March 23).” “I want to advance to the post season this year. My goal during the eight-year contract period is to win the Korean Series.”

Kim Kang-min (42) and playing coach Jung Woo-ram (39) are the only seniors in the Hanwha team. “I think it would be similar to how Koo Dae-sung joined the team as a rookie,” Ryu said. “The team has a brighter atmosphere than before. If my juniors ask me a lot of questions, I will teach you.” “I just think about throwing healthy on the mound every five days or every six days.”

Ryu also expressed his willingness to play in the Premier 12 match to be held in November this year. KBO appointed Ryu Joong-il (61), who led the gold medal at the Hangzhou Asian Games last year, as its national team coach on the day. “I’m not sure if you’ll pick me, but I want to play as a player representing Korea one more time,” Ryu said.

As a 37-year-old veteran pitcher, will he be able to dominate the Korean pro baseball? Among the pitchers who showed career records in the past, Park Cheol-soon had seven wins and five losses with 2.08 ERA in 1993, and Song Jin-woo had nine wins and seven losses and 3.12 losses with 11 wins and eight losses and 3.61 in 2003. Lim had five wins and four losses and 5.84 31 saves in 2014 and five wins and two losses and 2.83 33 saves in 2015.

Ryu Hyun-jin “Wife welcomed back to Korea more”… ‘Monster’ leaving for Hanwha Camp in a hurry

The family welcomed Ryu Hyun-jin’s decision to return to Hanwha. “Korean Monster” Ryu Hyun-jin finally joins Hanwha Eagles camp.

At 6 a.m. on Saturday, Korean Air’s Ryu Hyun-jin entered the departure hall to join the Okinawa spring camp. Wearing a black suit, Ryu gave an interview to reporters as if he had returned to his hometown.

Bae Ji-hyun, his wife who came out to the airport, smiled, saying, “It’s nice to be in Korea.”

Ryu Hyun-jin, who returned to his old team, looked very comfortable.

“My goal is to advance to the fall baseball this year,” Ryu Hyun-jin said.
“I promised to come back healthy before moving overseas, but I think it’s very meaningful that I can keep it,” Ryu said. As for his physical condition, he said, “I’ve thrown up to 65 pitches indoors. It’s my first time playing catch outdoors, but depending on my physical condition, I can also lead to pitching right away.”

His wife, Bae Ji-hyun, two children, and his father, Ryu Jae-cheon, also came out to see him off. “My family welcomed me, knowing that I had been living in the U.S. for a long time,” Ryu said. Bae also smiled, saying, “It’s nice to be back in Korea.”토토사이트

On his goal for this season, Ryu said, “My goal is to advance to the fall baseball league this year. Personally, I think I need to throw more than 150 innings,” adding, “I really want to win the Korean Series within eight years.”

His thoughts on the national flag also remained unchanged. Ryu said, “It’s obvious as a player. I don’t know if you’ll pick me, but I want to go to the national team one more time and play as a player representing Korea.”

When asked if he had any regrets about Major League Baseball, he answered without hesitation. After returning to his old team in good health, Ryu looked very comfortable. After exchanging greetings with his family members, Ryu left for a camp in Okinawa, Japan, where his juniors are waiting.

Ryu Hyun-jin, surrounded by fans, is giving his autograph carefully.

Ryu Hyun-jin, who greeted his family when he came out, headed to Okinawa.
Ryu signed an eight-year deal worth 17 billion won (including opt-outs) with the Hanwha Eagles on Tuesday. It is the best treatment in Korea ever.

Ryu, who is 37, will be joining the Eagles until the age of 44 (2031). In fact, it is a life-long contract.

He returned to his former home turf in 12 years. A graduate of Incheon Dongsan High School, Ryu joined the Hanwha Eagles in the first round of the second round of rookie draft in 2006, making history from his first year. He appeared in 30 games and recorded 18 wins and six losses with an ERA of 2.33 and achieved the Triple Crown by ranking first in ERA, multiple wins and strikeouts (204). It was natural that he won the Rookie of the Year award and took the Golden Glove as the MVP and pitcher of the regular season.

With his excellent ball control and strong mentality, Ryu has dominated the KBO League. He won 190 games, 98-52 with one save and an earned run average of 2.80. Moreover, he not only topped the list for five seasons (2006, 2007, 2009, 2010 and 2011), but also took the top spot in strikeouts for four seasons (2006, 2007, 2009 and 2010).

After the 2012 season, Ryu started his big league career by signing a six-year contract worth 36 million U.S. dollars with the Los Angeles Dodgers through a posting system. At the time, Ryu gave Hanwha about 34.3 billion won in transfer fees.

In his first year in the major leagues, Ryu Hyun-jin successfully settled in the big leagues, ranking fourth in the National League Rookie of the Year with 14 wins and 8 losses with an impressive 3.00 ERA in 30 games.

Ryu Hyun-jin, who had 54 wins, 33 losses and a 2.98 ERA in 740 ⅓ in 126 games with the Dodgers until 2019, came to the market as a free agent (FA) and moved his nest by signing a four-year, $80 million contract with Toronto.

In the 2020 season, which was a shortened season due to COVID-19, Ryu Hyun-jin advanced his team to the postseason with two wins and two losses with a 2.69 ERA in 12 games. Ryu, who recorded 14 wins and 10 losses with a 4.37 ERA in the 2021 season, faced a crisis during the 2022 season after undergoing Tommy John surgery on his elbow. However, Ryu, who returned in August 2023 after a year-long rehabilitation, made a comeback with a 3-3 record with a 3.46 ERA in 11 games.

After his four-year contract with Toronto ended, Ryu’s option was not to stay in the Major League but to return to his former team Hanwha. He replied to Hanwha’s meticulous and steady love calls.

Ryu Hyun-jin, who kept his promise to come back when he had power, said, “Thank you to the club that allowed me to return to the best treatment in the KBO League. Hanwha Eagles is a club that I am grateful for. Since I entered the Major League, I thought I would return to the Hanwha Eagles, and I’m glad to keep that promise.” “I think our team has the power to produce good enough performances thanks to the strengthening of our strength and the growth of young players,” he said. “I will play hard with my teammates this season so that I can show baseball to fans as long as possible.”

Hanwha, joined by “Korean Monster” Ryu Hyun-jin following Felix Peña, Ricardo Sanchez, and Moon Dong-ju, quickly has the strongest starting lineup in the league.

“Doh Tae-hoon 3 RBIs” NC 2024 enters its first real game… “The training performance came out well in the blue-and-white match.”

The NC Dinos, who set up a spring camp in Tucson, Arizona, the U.S., started their first game with a blue-and-white match. “Even though it was the first game, the players showed good performance overall,” coach Kang In-kwon said after watching the game. NC has also thoroughly prepared pitch clocks, which will be introduced in earnest from the second half of this year.

NC had a six-inning blue-and-white match at Tucson Enex Field in Arizona, the U.S. on Tuesday (Korea time). The game was an anomalous lineup for the 10th batter, which was held in accordance with the rules of the 2024 season, including expanded base and pitch clock. The team ended up with a complete victory of 9-2. Do Tae-hoon, who had three RBIs, was named MVP along with Kim Soo-yoon, Seo Eui-tae, and Lee Jun-ho. Kim Tae-hyun, who had two strikeouts in the first inning, was also named MVP in the white team.

After the game, Kang In-kwon said, “Even though it was the first game, the overall movement of the players was not bad. The game was focused on pitch clock, where the base coach and the runner who went to bat checked the cause of death. I think the part that the players trained well was well shown in the match against Blue and White. I will prepare well for the rest of the time.”

Jeans Team Lineup

Park Si-won (right wing), Park Young-bin (center field), Do Tae-hoon (third baseman), Song Seung-hwan (left wing), Park Gun-woo (designated hitter), Kim Soo-yoon (first baseman), Cho Hyun-jin (second baseman), Kim Hyung-joon (puncher), Kim Han-byul (striker), Choi Jung-won (designated hitter 2), starting pitcher Kim Si-hoon, Shin Young-woo, Park Joo-hyun, Lee Joon-ho, Seo Eui-tae Kim Jae-yeol

Backteam line-up

Park Min-woo (2nd baseman), Kwon Hee-dong (left fielder), Son Ah-seop (designated hitter), Davison (1st baseman), Chun Ji-hwan (right fielder), Seo Ho-cheol (third baseman), Kim Sung-wook (middle fielder), Park Se-hyuk (catcher), Kim Joo-won (striker), Park Han-Gyeol (designated hitter 2), starting pitcher Lee Jae-hak-Lee Yong-joon Choi Sung-young Kim Tae-hyun and Song Myung-ki

Summary of the game

Do Tae-hoon hit an RBI double in the top of the first inning when Park Si-won and Park Young-bin had a chance to get the first and second bases occupied by consecutive walks. Then Song Seung-hwan brought in Park Young-bin, who was on the third base, with a grounder to the shortstop to make the lead 2-0 (the first inning ended with a 2-0 lead by Cheong Wa Dae)

The Baek team recovered one run with Seo Ho-cheol’s base hit and Kim Sung-wook’s timely hit following leadoff hitter Shin Jae-hwan’s walk on base in the second inning (the Blue Team ended with a 2-1 lead in the second inning).

In the third inning, Park Min-woo’s walk and Kwon Hee-dong’s tie-breaking double balanced the white team 2-2 (the tie ends in the third inning).

Cheong took the lead again in the fourth inning with two outs. After Song had a walk, he reached the third base when Park Geon-woo had a heavy hit. Then, Choi Sung-young threw a wild pitch at Kim Soo-yoon’s at-bat, and Song Seung-hwan homered (the Blue team ended up with a 3-2 lead in the fourth inning).여우알바

In the last 6th inning, the blue team drove in as many as 7 runs. Following Do Tae-hoon’s two-run timely hit, Song Seung-hwan, Kim Soo-yoon, and Cho Hyun-jin recorded a timely hit.

Do Tae-hoon, who had three hits and three RBIs in three times at bat including a double, said, “It was my first game, so I focused on the process rather than the result, and the results were good. I played the game paying attention to the movement of my body when I hit, and I think it led to a good batting performance. I feel good to be selected as MVP, and I want to continue this sense well. I have the advantage of being able to see many positions, but I am trying to supplement the evaluation that the attack is regrettable in CAMP 2.”

Lee Joon-ho, who recorded two strikeouts and no run in one inning as the fourth pitcher of the Blue Team, said, “I thought I should throw it to the center with confidence even if I get hit, and I think it was effective that I tried to strike a breaking ball in an unfavorable count. However, it is unfortunate that there were two full-count matches when I wanted to win the match at a fast time. Currently, I am not very conscious of the starting position while working on CAMP 2. However, I think if I show my pitching with confidence, the opportunity will come. I am working out by establishing my own routine well, so I think I am preparing well for the season.”

Lee was the only pitcher who took the mound in charge of two innings. “It was my first time in a real game, and I pitched around my off-season practice and control, and I threw with 80 to 90 percent of my strength. Overall, I feel more relaxed on the mound compared to last year. I will focus on fighting against batters, paying attention to the changed regulations during the rest of the season,” Lee said.

NC will have two more practice games with LG Twins as its “home and away” on May 27 and May 1. The team will also play with the Chicago White Sox where Triple Crown MVP Eric Peddy belongs. The team will have a practice game with Asian Breeze, an independent league team, on May 2 and White Sox on May 3.

Bum (Tigers) left crying, and when he returned, his expression was ‘hope’ itself… KIA turned a crisis into an opportunity

] The KIA Tigers, who left off-season training as soon as an unprecedented incident broke out, temporarily returned home after successfully finishing the first camp.토토사이트

The KIA team led by new coach Lee Bum-ho returned to Korea after finishing its first spring camp in Canberra, Australia. The team will take a day off near Incheon International Airport and move to Okinawa, Japan, where the second camp is held, on Tuesday morning to stay until May 5.

The mood of the team has completely changed. All the team members looked confident and smiling. New coach Lee Bum-ho waved and smiled at reporters’ request without hesitation. Despite reporters’ questions, Lee revealed his plan without hesitation, making them look forward to this season.

Choi Hyung-woo, who was the first among the team to leave the country, told reporters, “The atmosphere was very good. It was as good as the last victory in 2017,” adding that the camp under coach Lee Bum-ho was a success.

Captain Na Sung-bum and veteran Yang Hyun-jong also laughed while talking to each other while leaving the country. They were treated like “Friendly” fans waiting outside. They gave autographs to fans’ requests and gave them a big smile in their cell phone photo boxes.

KIM DO YOUNG takes pictures from a careful angle a confident look
It was a camp that started under the worst circumstances. Kia had to start the spring camp without its head coach as its former coach Kim Jong-guk was dismissed two days before the departure. Players who were gathered at the departure hall were full of worries. Head coach Jin Gap-yong, who left one day earlier, shed tears in his eyes and expressed regret.

The emergency situation that erupted in the Tiger Corps was quickly resolved with the appointment of Lee Bum-ho, the batting coach of the first team. The coaches also minimized confusion by deciding that coach Hong Se-wan will take the batting part while the chief Jin’s system has been maintained.

Players also gave strength to new manager Lee Bum-ho. Veteran players led by captain Na Sung-bum brought the team together. Kia is evaluated as a favorite for this season. However, if the team fails to unite as one, it will never be able to seek a presidential bid. The unity of Kia under coach Lee Bum-ho can set a good precedent by turning a crisis into an opportunity.

KIA will have a total of six practice matches with Lotte Giants, Samsung Lions, KT Wiz and Yakult Swallows at the second camp. Physical strength and skills enhanced in the first camp will enhance the level of completion through actual games.

Okinawa is now the battlefield for Korean professional baseball ‘new weapons’

Professional baseball teams, which have boosted players’ physical conditions through the first off-season training, gather in Okinawa, Japan to recover their sense of play. KT Wiz and Lotte Giants check the starting pitchers to add a structure of the shield, while KIA Tigers and Hanwha Eagles sharpen their windows by maintaining the batting line.여우알바

KT will leave for Japan the next day after finishing its captain’s camp in Busan on Tuesday. Wes Benjamin joined the team on Wednesday and William Cuevas joined the team on Wednesday. Soh, who underwent Tommy John surgery in May last year, is also accelerating his rehabilitation by throwing light balls. Rookie of the year in the 2020 season, Soh is a high school graduate who has grabbed a double-digit victory (13 wins) for the first time in 14 years since Ryu Hyun-jin, and is a resource that can further boost his team’s competitiveness. “Benjamin and Cuevas threw the ball in good physical condition as soon as they joined the team,” a KT source said on Sunday. “Soh has just started playing catch with the goal of returning to the team in June.”

In the second spring camp, each team will coordinate its efforts with practice matches. Starting with the match against KIA on Saturday, KT will have five showdowns with Hanwha and Lotte. It will check the starting pitchers who ranked first in ERA (3.39) in the second half of last season against teams with strong offense.

Lotte, which arrived in Okinawa after leaving Guam on Monday, has already confirmed its pitching lineup. Aaron Wilkerson and Park Se-woong will play as starters in exchange games with the Chiba Lotte Marines of the Japanese pro baseball league on Wednesday and Saturday, respectively. In particular, in the second game, Park Se-woong, an ace player in spectacles, will face off against Rocky Sasaki, a monster pitcher who threw a speed of 165 kilometers per hour, the highest in NPB’s history.

KIA, which returned from Australia, will also head to Okinawa, Japan on Tuesday. According to the team, Kim Do-young, who fractured his finger at the Asian Baseball Championship (APBC) in November last year, has started to spin the bat. Once Kim recovers, he will be able to establish the strongest lineup consisting of Park Chan-ho, Kim Do-young, Na Sung-bum, Choi Hyung-woo, and Socrates Brito. “In the second camp, I will pay attention to teamwork of new players including foreign pitchers,” captain Na Sung-bum stressed.

Chances are high that Hanwha will join the Okinawa camp after Ryu Hyun-jin, who is about to return to Korea, signed a contract. At the five practice games scheduled from Saturday, Ryu Hyun-jin, the “return ace,” and Noh Si-hwan, the “homer king,” are expected to display both pitching and firepower.