Even if he threw his own ball”, the left and right successors of Korea frozen, the manager felt sorry

 Lee Kang-cheol, the Korean baseball team coach, ordered the spirit of young pitchers.

The Korean team returned home through Incheon International Airport on the 14th. Korea finished the 2023 World Baseball Classic (WBC) with 2 wins and 2 losses and 3rd place in the group after the group B match against China held at Tokyo Dome, Japan on the 13th. Japan (4 wins) and Australia (3 wins and 1 loss) failed to advance to the quarterfinals, where they were given second place in the group.

The players disbanded individually without saying goodbye.메이저사이트 Everyone left the arrivals hall with stiff faces. Coach Lee Kang-cheol, who represented everyone in the interview, said, “The players did well. The players have to keep playing, so I hope you will criticize me and say a lot of good things to the players.”

Coach Lee said, “The players couldn’t show their skills. If young players like So-Jun Sohn and Eui-Ri Lee threw their own balls, they would have had good results. I’m sorry, but I’ll be more sorry. I will get better results in the competition. I think if I wait, I will get good results.”

Sohn So-jun, who is considered one of the next right-handed aces, took the mound in the 7th inning against Australia on the 9th with a score of 4-2. The next pitcher, Kim Won-joong, was hit by a reversal of three runs from the 2nd, 2nd and 3rd bases. So Joon So-jun laid the foundation for Korea’s 22-2 5th inning cold game victory with 3 scoreless innings against China on the 13th, but he could not erase the bitterness against Australia. The results of this tournament were 2 games, 3⅓ innings and 2 runs.

At the 2019 Gijang Youth Baseball Championship, Joon Sohn also competed against Roki Sasaki as a Korean representative for the start of the Korea-Japan match. At that time, Joon Sohn pitched well with 7 hits, 8 strikeouts and 2 runs in 6⅔innings, while Sasaki only pitched 1 inning due to a finger injury and was replaced. Sasaki has grown enough to throw the ball over 160km and record 3⅔ innings, 8 strikeouts and 1 run (non-run) against the Czech Republic on the 11th.

Lee Eui-ri, who should be the left-handed ace, only played one game. Uiri Lee, who pitched in the 7th inning with 1 out and 1st and 3rd base in the match against Japan, gave up a walk to Kensuke Kondo and was driven to full base. Ohtani also expressed dissatisfaction with the body threat. Eui-ri Lee struck out Munetaka Murakami, but gave another walk to Masataka Yoshida, sending all successors home, ending the tournament with a disappointing record of 3 walks in 1 game and ⅓ innings.

In addition to the two players, young pitchers such as Koo Chang-mo, Kim Yun-sik, Kwak Bin, and Jeong Cheol-won were highly anticipated in the national team, but along with the team’s poor performance, their growth and the generational change of the Korean mound continued to be a challenge. Coach Lee wanted young pitchers to face hitters with their ‘guts’ even in international competitions. They, too, must have learned a lot and gained experience to grow in this competition.

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