“Hello, I’m Elias” SSG new foreigner who finished the meeting, the first bullpen pitching was also ‘OK’

SSG Landers new foreign pitcher Roennis Elias left a positive impression from the first meeting.

Elias, who was recruited in place of Eni Romero, who was released due to a shoulder injury, completed a meeting with the team on the 12th. Elias, who entered through Incheon International Airport on the 7th, lived in Songdo, Incheon, and trained at SSG Futures Field in Ganghwa Island, where SSG 2nd Division is located.

It was confirmed that he was able to adjust to the jet lag and his physical condition was not a problem. And he pitched the bullpen for the first time that day. The bullpen pitching took place at SSG Landers Field in Incheon, where the first team is playing.

Coincidentally, since he returned from the KIA Tigers expedition in Gwangju, three consecutive matches during the week, a meeting ceremony was also held.

An SSG official said, “Elias arrived at the baseball field at 1:30 pm and exchanged greetings with manager Kim Won-hyung and the coaching staff.”

“Hello, I’m Elias,” said Elias to his new teammates. “I’m really excited to be joining the team. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to play baseball together. He said, “I hope he wins this year as well as last year.”

He continued, “I am happy that all the players welcomed and welcomed me. The mood of the team seems to be bright. I want to unite with the players and play a lot of good games.”메이저사이트

On this day, Elias pitched a total of 35 pitches to the bullpen, including a fastball, changeup, curveball, and slider after meeting with the players.

Elias said, “I haven’t thrown the ball since my last pitch (April 26). However, my body didn’t stiffen up and I seemed to be reacting well. I’m satisfied that I’m in good condition, and I’m in good shape to help the team as soon as possible.”

Director Kim, who watched Elias’ first bullpen pitching, said, “I got the impression that he is a pitcher who throws a lot of strikes. Maybe it’s because it’s the first day, but he seems to be strong in pitching. Just looking at his bullpen pitching, he’s positive. ” At the time of Elias’ recruitment ,

SSG evaluated Elias as “a pitcher capable of pitching in a variety of repertoires because of the excellent angle of his fastball from a stable pitching mechanic and sharp movement of his changeup and curve thrown from the same release point as the fastball.” /

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