On the 7th (Korean time), US ‘MLB.com’ posted an article titled “53-year-old Koo Dae-sung, who might throw forever.” “Especially, if you are a fan of the New York Mets, the name of Koo Dae-sung may still linger in your head.” 메이저사이트

Koo Dae-seong, who first stepped on the professional stage with Binggrae Eagles (currently Hanwha Eagles) in 1993, moved to Orix Blue Wave (currently Orix Buffaloes) in 2001 and entered the overseas stage. Dae-seong Koo, who played for Orix until 2004, challenged the major league stage in 2005 and signed a contract with the New York Mets. Koo Dae-seong pitched in 33 games for the Mets, recording an ERA of 3.91 with 12 runs (10 ERA) in 6 holds, 23 innings.

‘MLB.com’ also recalled the time when pitcher Koo Dae-sung entered the plate. ‘MLB.com’ said, “Koo Dae-sung hit a double against Randy Johnson in his second at-bat. Then, when the sacrifice bunt came out, he came all the way home with a running base play. This is worth talking about.” Wright completely lost his mind in the dugout. That moment is mentioned on social media 1-3 times a year.”

Koo Dae-seong played for the Mets in the 2005 season and returned to Hanwha in 2006. Koo Dae-seong, who wore a Hanwha uniform until 2010, moved to the Australian stage. Koo Dae-seong, who played for the Sydney Blue Sox until the 2014-15 season, was appointed as the first coach of Geelong Korea in the 2018-19 season, and even climbed the mound after registering as a player for fan service. And in the 2022-23 season, he returned as a player for Geelong Korea and broke the record for the oldest pitcher in the Australian Professional Baseball League (ABL). Koo Dae-seong pitched in three games and struck out two without an earned run in 2⅓ innings.

‘MLB.com’ said, “Just a few weeks ago, a video of ABL started to go viral on social media (SNS). Koo Dae-seong was there again. At the age of 53, Koo Dae-sung finished the inning with a perfect pitch.” said. He continued, “Ko Dae-sung was surprised by the interest in his performance in the US, and laughed and said, ‘My left arm is still alive’.”

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