The baseball team is a ‘field of study 슬롯사이트
The national team is currently a place where the best players in Korea gather, so each player has something to learn. In particular, if there is a senior with the best career, it becomes a so-called ‘teaching aid’ that all juniors want to learn. Yang Hyeon-jong (KIA), the left-hander of the national team, is such a person. This is especially true for the young left-handed pitchers Kim Yun-shik (LG), Koo Chang-mo (NC), and Lee Eui-ri (KIA), who joined the national team this time.
Yang Hyeon-jong met with reporters on the 19th (Korean time) and said, “When young pitchers ask questions, I try to answer them comfortably. Since those friends are now the future of Korean baseball, I want to tell them as much as I can. I ask how (a lot) he throws innings. I think it’s because I’ve never filled the required innings. (So) Hyung-jun and (Kim) Yoon-sik also ask me a lot, so they’re telling me a lot.”
Although Koo Chang-mo was recently selected by Kim Gwang-hyun (SSG) as the ‘national left-handed successor’, he has not yet filled the regulation innings since joining in 2015. By signing a non-FA multi-year contract worth up to 13.2 billion won in 6+1 with NC this winter, Gu Chang-mo, who has grown more responsible, is learning how to throw a lot of innings from Yang Hyeon-jong.
Yang Hyeon-jong’s ‘Inning Eater’ ability, which achieved 170 innings in 8 consecutive seasons from 2014 to last year, is the best know-how that Gu Chang-mo can learn. National team coach Lee Kang-cheol also said, “Yang Hyeon-jong is both old and experienced, so he must lead young players well.”
It plays a big role in the game. Yang Hyeon-jong was happy to say, “Young players are selected, and I (Kim) Gwang-hyeon and (Lee) Yong-chan seem to play an important role in the middle, but they have to go out whenever they want. The coach tells the situation in advance, so there is no burden.” He took on the role of a ‘savior’ to his juniors.
In addition to left-handed juniors for Yang Hyeon-jong, other special juniors are Ko Young-pyo (kt) and Kim Won-joong (Lotte). Both of them graduated from Gwangju Dongseong High School like Hyeonjong Yang. He said, “Youngpyo and Wonjoong are also juniors in Gwangju, but when we first met, they said, ‘Finally, I’m playing baseball with Hyeonjong hyung.’ I lose,” he said with a mixed feeling.
After Yang Hyeon-jong finished PFP training that day, he looked at Lee Eui-ri, who was also a junior on the same team, frozen and said, “Make it comfortable.” Just because he is the youngest member of the national team, he wants them to display their skills comfortably without feeling intimidated. As Yang Hyeon-jong, the oldest pitcher in the national team, is leading his juniors reliably, coach Lee seems to have lessened his pitcher worries.