Hangzhou AG baseball final entry announcement countdown… What about wild cards?
The final roster for the Hangzhou Asian Games baseball team led by coach Joong-il Ryu will be announced next week.
The KBO Power Reinforcement Committee is agonizing over three wild card spots that can be drawn without age restrictions.
This is reporter Hong Seok-jun.
The 24-member baseball team roster for the Asian Games in Hangzhou in September will be finalized next week.
While the selection criteria are set for players under the age of 25 or under the age of 4, there are three wild cards that can be drawn regardless of age or seniority.
In the wild card competition, Lotte starting pitcher Park Se-woong is one step ahead.
Park Se-woong, who was unable to use his strength after the opening, rebounded with 3 wins and an average ERA of 1.88 in May, returning to the ‘glasses ace’ we knew.
Park Se-woong, who is also a non-military player, can receive high marks in international competitiveness with good pitching in the WBC Korea-Japan match and the Czech match in March.
<Park Se-woong / Lotte Pitcher> “Because the will to do well is ahead of me… I think there are good results while looking for peace of mind.”
NC’s left-handed ace Gu Chang-mo, who passed the executive exam on the 1st, is also on the right track.
Like Park Se-woong, he is a Gu Chang-mo with the Taegeuk mark in the WBC, so it can be a great help to the pitching staff, which will be made up of young players.
LG outfielder Moon Seong-joo, who emerged as the best table setter in the league this season, is also one of the attractive candidates not to be missed.
As the current national team’s biggest weakness is the catcher, there is a possibility of using one wild card for this position.토토사이트
However, as the strength of the mound is the most important in the short game, there are high voices that a little more effort should be put into pitcher selection.
The struggling KBO Power Reinforcement Committee plans to outline specifics at a meeting next Monday.