Kia pitchers Yang Hyeon-jong and Lee Eui-ri raised their condition ahead of the WBC convocation at the ‘2023 Kia Spring Camp’ held at Kino Sports Complex in Tucson, Arizona, on the 10th (Korean time).먹튀검증

‘Great Pitcher’ Yang Hyeon-jong and ‘Next Generation Ace’ Eui-ri Lee also became best friends in the catch ball that followed stretching. Of course, there is a reason why I played catch because of the adaptation to the WBC official ball, but I usually play catch as a best friend.

After the catch ball, Yang Eui-ji and Lee Eui-ri moved to bullpen pitching. Yang Hyeon-jong, who usually said that he looked like him when he was young, always takes care of his objection.

On the way to bullpen pitching, Yang Hyeon-jong constantly talked to Lee Eui-ri. He wanted to tell us even one thing sooner. Lee Eui-ri always asks and observes next to Yang Hyeon-jong.

Before the bullpen pitching, Eui-ri Lee was seen handing the WBC official ball to Hyeon-jong Yang, and Hyeon-jong Yang was also seen checking whether Eui-ri Lee’s ball was the official WBC ball. They seemed proud to take care of each other.

Yang Hyeon-jong, who completed about 30 bullpen pitchings, expressed satisfaction, saying, “I threw well without any pain. It was the first pitching, so I threw it with attention to balance, and the overall seems to be as prepared.”

Regarding the official ball, he said, “It is the same as the ball used in the major leagues, so there is no big difference, but it is a little awkward because it has been a long time since I have thrown it.

Eui-ri Lee, who threw 47 pitches, said, “Compared to the last pitching, the WBC official ball feels a little slippery. However, there is no major difficulty. I will join the national team after pitching in the bullpen two or three times in the future. I will try to join in the best condition.” .

▲Lee Eui-ri, who is pitching in the bullpen next to Yang Hyeon-jong,

is looking forward to what the WBC team will do in the 2023 KBO League, Yang Hyeon-jong, the “great pitcher,” and Lee Eui-ri, the “next-generation ace.”

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