Samsung, which is on a losing streak against the Japanese professional baseball team, is rather good.

The Samsung Lions lost 0-10 in a practice game against the Japanese Hanshin Tigers at Ginoza Stadium in Okinawa on the 19th.

On this day, Samsung’s starting pitcher is Jang Pil-joon, and the lineup is Kang Han-ul (3rd baseman) – Kim Dong-jin (2nd baseman) – Koo Ja-wook (designated hitter) – Kim Tae-hoon (left fielder) – Kim Jae-seong (catcher) – Lee Seong-gyu (right fielder) – Gong Min-gyu (1st baseman) – It was in order of Kim Jae-sang (shortstop) and Kim Sang-min.먹튀검증

Previously, Samsung has been improving the condition of the players through practice matches with Japanese professional baseball teams since the 9th, but Samsung’s other line continues to stagnate in spring camp.

After losing 0-3 to the Nippon Ham Fighters on the 9th, they faced the Chunichi Dragons for two days from the 11th to the 12th, losing 1-18 and 0-7, respectively.

In four practice matches with Japanese clubs, Samsung lost three times and lost double-digit points twice, showing disappointing results when looking at the results alone.

However, Samsung is getting stronger as it loses. This season, Samsung is preparing for a major rebuild under the new head coach Park Jin-man.

For this reason, most of the players participating in practice matches are composed of promising players or new players.

There is no better growth system for players than practice. Previously, coach Park Jin-man also said, “We are trying to digest a lot of practice in this spring camp. We will promote growth by providing equal opportunities to the players.”

If you find something you regret through practice matches and start reinforcing it during training based on this, you can expect faster player growth, and Samsung can also become stronger.

In the end, the current mistake could be an opportunity to show good form by entering the regular race this season.

Meanwhile, Samsung is scheduled to play more practice matches against KIA Tigers, Hanwha Eagles, Japan’s Yomiuri Giants and SSG Landers, starting with a practice match against Lotte Giants on the 28th.

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