The ‘160km’ Korean express duo is ready to surprise Hangzhou.
Gocheok Sky Dome on the 24th. The voice of Moon Dong-ju (Hanwha), whom I met before the training, was full of confidence.
Hanwha manager Choi Won-ho limited Moon Dong-ju’s regular-season pitching innings to 120 innings after much consideration. As he is a second-year high school graduate in his first full-time season, he is trying to protect his players. As a result, Moon Dong-ju finished the season early after the match against LG in Jamsil on the 3rd.
Since then, he has been preparing for the Hangzhou Asian Games by learning his senses at Futures. He said, “I took a good rest. I’m confident because I prepared it in advance. I’ll show you the result,” he said with a smile. 온라인카지노
As Koo Chang-mo (NC) and Lee Eui-ri (KIA) dropped out due to injuries, the starting resources for the national team were reduced to six. Except for Jang Hyun-suk (Los Angeles Dodgers), there are actually five of them. This is why Moon Dong-ju’s shoulders have become heavier.
Jang Hyun-seok, who was interviewed prior to Moon Dong-ju, mentioned Moon Dong-ju as a senior who takes good care of him.
Moon Dong-ju is the representative fireballer who throws a fastball of up to 160km in the KBO League. Jang Hyun-seok is also a fastball pitcher in the late 150km range.
He was a huge prospect who reserved the first pick in this year’s rookie draft, but he chose to challenge the U.S. instead of the KBO League. If Jang Hyun-suk remained in Korea as he was, he could have become a senior and junior in the same team.
As it turned out, the two were sharing the next room right in the national team call-up.
Moon Dong-ju said, “The next room is Hyun-suk and (Roh) Si-hwan, respectively. It’s burdensome because I’m stuck in between,” he said, laughing, and then adding, “I was also taken care of by my seniors. If I came to the adult national team in high school, I think it would have been very difficult for me. I hope Hyun-suk will gladly accept it,” he said with a smile.
I was curious about how you felt watching Jang Hyun-suk’s pitching.
“It was very nice to see him throw. I think I’ll have a lot to learn as well. I want to talk a lot about baseball in the future,” he said with a smile.
Moon Dong-joo said, “The catch ball partner was Kwak Bin. I felt a lot. As expected, (the national team) is a gathering of good pitchers from each team, he stressed, “I think it will be an opportunity for me to grow to the next level.”
Taiwan and Japan are full of unfamiliar players. Taiwan included a number of minor leaguers, including Lin Yu-min (Arizona Double A), Liu Chi-jung (Boston Double A), Chen Po-yu (Pittsburgh Single A), and Pan Wen-hui (Philadelphia Single A). Japan has formed a team centered on social baseball.
But Moon is confident. “In situations where we don’t know each other well, pitchers are advantageous. I’ll throw it confidently. I’m ready no matter what situation I go out,” he stressed, while smiling, “Si-hwan will pick the score.”