‘Major leaguer’ Kim Ha-seong (28, San Diego Padres) gave advice to his junior Lee Jung-hoo (25, Kiwoom Heroes) who is aiming to advance to the big leagues.
Kim Ha-seong departed for the United States through Incheon International Airport on the 27th. He first engages in individual training and then participates in his team’s San Diego Padres spring camp. After that, he plans to join the training of the World Baseball Classic (WBC) team held at Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul in March.
Before leaving the country, Kim Ha-seong said in an interview with reporters, “I am both excited and excited. I prepared hard in the off-season, and I will prepare hard even after I go to the United States because I have time. I hope you have a good season.”
According to the decision of his team, San Diego, Kim Ha-seong will not attend the national team training in Arizona, USA. In February, he plans to devote himself entirely to team training in San Diego.
Kim Ha-seong was not concerned about breathing with his national teammates. He said, “When I was playing in Korea, I was close with fellow players who were selected for the national team. I don’t think communication will be a big problem.”
What message did national team coach Lee Kang-cheol convey to Kim Ha-seong? Kim Ha-seong showed confidence, “He said, ‘I’ll do well on my own, but I hope I’ve built a good body.’ He said, ‘I’m confident in that part.’
It is a positive factor to increase the sense of hitting in the major league demonstration game before joining the Gocheok Dome. Kim Ha-seong said, “I don’t think it’s bad to join major league players after playing the ball. I think it will be more helpful.” 카지노사이트
Kiwoom Heroes’ Lee Jung-hoo recently joined hands with ‘Super Agent’ Scott Boras to enter the major leagues. After the 2023 season is over, knock on the big league door through the posting system.
Ha-seong Kim did not hesitate to give sincere advice to Jung-hoo Lee, a junior in his parent team.
“I was contacted before the contract, but there is nothing I can say. The agent must have had time to appeal to (Lee) Jung-hoo, and Jung-hoo also has manager Lee Jong-beom. I think he made a good choice. What I can say “You just have to choose an agent who can be good to you.” He said, “In the end, you have to be good at baseball.”