“Pro is not about bowing your head.” The day a 174cm fastball rookie became a professional player

“This is not Raongo.”

Pitcher Park Myeong-geun, the only LG Twins rookie to participate in the first-team Arizona camp, took his first steps in the professional world. During defensive training, he showed his high school self and then received advice from pitching coach Kim Gwang-sam. 토토사이트

On the 2nd (Korean time), Park Myung-geun had his first training session with first-team pitchers at the first training session held at the San Francisco Giants Baseball Complex in Scottsdale, Arizona, USA.

Park Myeong-geun is a high school freshman who was nominated in the third round from Raon High School. Although he is 1m74 tall, he is a sidearm pitcher who spreads a fast ball of 150km and is immediately evaluated for his sense of power all season. He has been paying attention to LG coach Yeom Gyeong-yeop since he was the KBO technical committee chairman, and he even recommended it to Ryu Joong-il, the Asian Games national team coach.

Arriving on the 31st, Park Myeong-geun did light self-training such as running on the 1st, and finally started training with prominent seniors from LG on the 2nd. Park Myeong-geun, who played catch ball in pairs with Jung Woo-young, who is the same sidearm but sprinkles two-seam in the middle of 150 km, worked on defense training afterwards. Park Myeong-geun, who formed a team with young pitchers such as Go Woo-seok, Jung Woo-young, and Kang Hyo-jong, tried to catch a grounder on the side of the pitcher by pitching coach Kim Gwang-sam, but missed it. Park Myeong-geun took off his hat and said hello as a sign of apology. Then, coach Kim said, “(Park) Myeong-geun, this is not Raon-go,” and gave advice to Park Myung-geun, saying, “A pro doesn’t mean lowering your head. Don’t say sorry.”

It was the day when Park Myeong-geun was reborn as a professional LG Twins player at Raongo Ace.

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