“I will cheer you on and wait for you.”슬롯사이트
The Korean baseball team, led by KT coach Lee Kang-cheol, finally gathered in one place to prepare for the upcoming 2023 World Baseball Classic (WBC). 7 coaching staff and 28 players gathered in Tucson, Arizona, USA where the base camp was set up on the 15th (Korean time) and started training. Only Kim Ha-seong (San Diego) and Tommy Edman (St. Louis), who are preparing for the season in the US Major League, will join later.
From NC, Chang-mo Koo (26), Gun-woo Park (33), and Yong-chan Lee (34) were called up. Koo Chang-mo, who showed off his league representative left-hander Young-gun by recording 11 wins and 5 losses and an average ERA of 2.10 last season after returning from injury, this is his first promotion to the national team. In the 2019 Premier 12, injury got in the way, but this time, he wore the Taegeuk mark in a healthy manner. Park Geon-woo, who shines third in the KBO League’s career batting average (0.327), and Lee Yong-chan, who firmly guards the back door of NC, are veterans with rich experience in international competitions.
Thanks to their team’s campground being located in Tucson, Arizona, they improved their physical condition in a comfortable environment and joined the national team. Even Park Kun-woo worked with his teammates on the training schedule until the morning of his transfer to the national team.
The day before the move, he also received meaningful support from the senior staff. Veteran Park Seok-min, who played 17 seasons in the KBO League, gathered three players and prepared a table for a meal. Park Seok-min said, “I prepared a seat in the hope that the younger brothers who join the national team will perform wonderfully without injury.” I will cheer and wait,” he said.
The three players who received the encouragement of the entire NC team along with meaningful support realized the burden on their shoulders. Koo Chang-mo, who became his first individual Taegeuk mark, said, “It is a pity to be separated from his colleague for a while. I hope everyone can finish the camp without injury and meet in good health.” Park Gun-woo also expressed his determination, saying, “I will do my best thinking that it is the last national team.” Lee Yong-chan, the oldest NC pitching staff, said to his teammates, “Neither the first nor the second is to be careful of injuries. Let’s meet again in good shape and do well in the opening game.”
Photo = Provided by NC Dinos / Koo Chang-mo, Lee Yong-chan, and Park Gun-woo greet each other at a team meeting before joining the national team.