‘Isn’t it too much, coach?’ Yang Eui-ji is comfortable, Heo Gyeong-min is sweaty, ‘Coach Seong-Hwan Cho’s partiality fungo’

‘Even at a glance, there was a big difference in batting speed and defense difficulty.’ Solved.

The Doosan Bears visited Gwangzigia Champions Field on the 7th to play a weekend three-game series. Defensive training ahead of the game. Heo Gyeong-min and Shin Seong-hyeon sweated hard at coach Cho Seong-hwan’s fungo, which was reminiscent of a real game. Coach Cho, who played an active role as a great second baseman during his active career, emphasized that training is like a real game, so there was not a single batted ball that he could comfortably catch.메이저사이트

At this time, Yang Eui-ji arrived at the third base with a mitt on. He raised his hand and shouted “Mai” and received a fungo with infielder Heo Kyung-min. At Yang Eui-ji’s turn, normal bound balls went in front of the defender, but when it was Heo Gyeong-min’s turn, balls that stabbed deep on both sides flew away.

At Coach Seong-hwan’s biased punishment, Heo Gyeong-min showed a sad expression and Yang Eui-ji smiled awkwardly. In the continued training, Yang Eui-ji accurately caught the ball into the mitt and then sprayed the ball toward first base. Catchers often take fungoes with infielders to loosen up their shoulders.

Yang Eui-ji (Gwangju Jinheung High School) and Heo Gyeong-min (Gwangju Jeil High School), who returned to their hometown Gwangju after a long absence, finished training in a pleasant atmosphere.

After catcher Yang Eui-ji was missing, Heo Gyeong-min and Shin Sung-hyeon caught the stronger ball and threw it to first base. Coach Cho Seong-hwan also showed a satisfied look at the athletes training hard.

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