Regarding this, Choi Jeong-eun said, 먹튀검증 “I only played defense with the official ball. I use the KBO official ball for batting. It feels different when I play catch. Especially, I am very worried because my fingertips feel different. It gave me confidence,” he said.

Choi Jeong-eun has a reputation for reading the opponent’s battery ball mix well in the league. However, international competitions have to deal with a large number of unfamiliar pitchers. This is a homework that Choi Jeong has to overcome.

Choi Jeong-eun said, “I’m weak against pitchers I’ve never seen before. When pitchers I don’t know come out, I try to work with the mindset that I won’t strike out. If I hit a ball in play, I can somehow play it, so I’ll try with that mindset. There are still a lot of practice games left, so I’m trying to match them. I will,” he said.

Choi Jeong-eun, who competed in the 2013 WBC, will return to the WBC stage after 10 years. From his player composition to his standing, many things have changed from 10 years ago.

Choi Jeong-eun said, “At that time, I think I just had a lot of thoughts to have fun and enjoy it. Now I’m preparing with the mindset of going to the opening game of SSG. I’m more nervous. I think I have to help the team more. do,” he said.

Choi Jeong-eun is the only professional third baseman in the national team. In other words, it also means that when Choi Jeong is missing, he doesn’t have the resources to perfectly fill third base. That is why his mission is so important.

Choi Jeong-eun said, “It’s a lot of pressure,” while expressing the pressure, “

Seo Jang-won and Moon Dae-hyeon = World Baseball Classic (WBC) Korean national team starting third baseman Choi Jeong (36, SSG Landers) started his home run from the first game and improved his condition.

On the 17th (Korean time), Choi Jeong-eun started as a 3rd baseman in an evaluation match against the NC Dinos at Veteran Memorial Stadium in Tucson, Arizona, USA, and contributed to Korea’s 8-2 victory by hitting a solo shot at the end of the 3rd inning.

Choi Jeong-eun, who drew an arch with Kang Baek-ho (KT Wiz), in a place where he focused on checking his training performance and current condition, made coach Lee Kang-cheol smile.

After the game, Choi Jeong-eun said, “Currently, my physical condition is not 100%. I am getting better.” “Technically, I have improved a lot. I built my body from the end of November after the Korean Series. I continued the same routine, and then went to the Florida camp and set my pace faster than others. up,” he said.

The WBC uses the same ball as the Major League Baseball (MLB) official ball during the tournament. It is not unfamiliar to players who have played in the MLB, but players who do not have to adapt to the official ball as soon as possible.

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