“As expected, 8.5 billion third basemen!”… Trade luck, it turned out that the infield ‘inside’

Yang Seok-hwan (32), a ‘trade fortune’, turned out to be a ‘in-house’ in the Doosan Bears infield. The infield, which had been quiet due to his powerful fighting, quickly turned into a lively training ground.

The 5th day of the 2023 Doosan Spring Camp held at the Blacktown International Sports Park in Sydney, Australia on the 5th. The Doosan infield team conducted a fungo drill with defensive coach Cho Seong-hwan in the morning. First, after practicing bunt handling with the pitchers, they set up a mock situation in earnest and caught the ball hit by coach Cho Seong-hwan and performed their respective duties. Coach Seong-Hwan Cho rotated the fungo bat toward the third baseman, shortstop, second baseman, and first baseman.

For each position, the main and backup players stood in one line and received batting alternately. Third baseman Huh Kyung-min and Jeon Min-jae, shortstop Kim Jae-ho, Lee Yu-chan and Ahn Jae-seok, second baseman Kang Seung-ho and Park Gye-beom, and first baseman Yang Seok-hwan and Kim Min-hyeok stood in their respective positions and conducted defensive drills by changing the position of the virtual runner.

The player with the most fighting spirit was first baseman Yang Seok-hwan. When third baseman Heo Gyeong-min played a wonderful defense, he raised his thumb, saying, “As expected, he is a 8.5 billion third baseman,” and comforted his juniors by saying, “The ground is not good.” When the pace of the players slows down a bit, “Ahn Jae-seok and Lee Yu-chan don’t speak. 온라인카지노 If the first baseman catches well, say loudly that the first baseman is good,” he shouted, raising the atmosphere again.

Coach Cho Seong-hwan gave advice appropriate to the situation while playing a fungo bat. Setting up a fast runner in a hypothetical situation, “There is no need to rush just because the runner is fast. He emphasized, “You have to be a little more agile,” and when an error came out, he said bitterly, “You have to be able to defend without incident.” When the atmosphere is down, “Is everyone having a hard time? The baseball field seems quiet… He induced the players to fight.

With Yang Seok-hwan’s strong fighting spirit, the infield defense training was completed in a friendly atmosphere. Coach Seong-hwan Cho, whom I met after training, said, “At first, I felt that (Yang) Seok-hwan would skip training, but that’s not the case at all. He does his best every moment and takes care of his juniors really well.”

Yang Seok-hwan said, “I think the atmosphere should be noisy when playing in the infield or team play.” “A lot of our young infielders have quiet personalities. I thought it would be too quiet if I didn’t make a sound, so I shouted for more fighting.”

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