Was it inevitable? Park Myeong-geun (19), the only LG Twins rookie pitcher to participate in the first-team camp, is a hot topic.

A sidearm pitcher from Raongo, selected by LG in the third round. However, LG director Yeom Gyeong-yeop fell in love with Park Myeong-geun when he didn’t know if he would become an LG manager. And as the new manager of LG, I was to coach Park Myeong-geun.

Coach Yeom went to the training ground in advance on the 27th and left for Arizona, USA, three days before the team to plan the spring camp. Manager Yeom, who was meeting with reporters before leaving for the country and explaining preparations for this season, started talking with a bright face when asked about Park Myung-geun, who was selected for the first-team camp.

Director Yeom said shockingly, “I wanted to be selected for the Asian Games team when I was the technical chairman.” If he is in his third year of high school and wants to be selected for the national team where pros participate, it means that he is a good pitcher. Director Yeom said, “I recommended to director Ryu Joong-il that it can be used well in the middle.” 토토사이트

However, Director Yeom’s evaluation and the evaluation of the LG scout team were almost the same. Manager Yeom said, “First of all, I’m basically good at pitching. I have a good mentality and I know how to fight when I see what I throw. The breaking ball isn’t bad either,” he said. If you raise it, you can pitch well enough,” he immediately evaluated with a sense of power. He continued, “I’m even thinking about entering the opening game.”

At the time of nomination, the LG scout team said of Park Myeong-geun, “He has been the ace of Raongo since his sophomore year. He throws very aggressively, and his control is stable, so he is a good pitcher as a midfielder.”

LG took the player Yeom coveted, and as Yeom became the new manager of LG, Yeom was able to directly observe Park Myung-geun’s growth.

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