“Don’t lower your head” The 174cm rookie pointed out by Yeom Gal-ryang, the first training session at the Jwachung-U-dol camp

 Park Myeong-geun (19), a high school graduate rookie of the LG Twins, received affectionate reprimands on the first day of spring camp and digested his first training as a professional player.

On the 2nd (Korean time), the first day of LG’s spring camp was held at the San Francisco Giants Baseball Complex in Scottsdale, Arizona, USA.

On this day, 26 LG pitchers were divided into Groups A and B, paired up in pairs in the infield and outfield, and relaxed their bodies and shoulders with catch balls and long tosses. Afterwards, they gathered on the mound and conducted essential movements and defensive training for pitchers, such as quick motion, spin drill, pick-off, and step throw.

Lastly, I caught a ball from the front of the mound and practiced throwing to first base and throwing to home. Park Myeong-geun tried to catch a ground ball hit by pitching coach Kim Gwang-sam during throwing practice at first base, but threw it backwards. error.

Park Myung-geun took off his hat and said ‘I’m sorry’. Then, Park Myung-geun was put in an unexpected situation. Coach Kim Gwang-sam said, “Myung-geun, this is not Raon High. Being a pro is not about bowing your head. Don’t say you’re sorry.”

Park Myeong-geun, who was from Raongo and was nominated by LG in the 3rd round of the 2023 rookie draft, is a rookie. Everything is unfamiliar and unfamiliar in training on the first day of camp. Coach Kim reminded him of his attitude as a professional 메이저사이트 player and taught him how to deal with mistakes during training.

Park Myeong-geun, who is already dwarfed by his short stature (174 cm), looked somehow intimidated. If you yell at him for his mistakes or point out his faults, he will shrink psychologically, and may cause trauma in the first training session. I have to read it thoroughly.

Despite his short stature, Park Myung-geun is a sidearm pitcher who throws fastballs that travel over 150km. Coach Yeom Kyung-yeop noticed his talent to the point of recommending him to the reserve list for the Asian Games team last year when he was the KBO technical chairman.

Director Yeom said, “He has good control,” and even mentioned the possibility of entering Park Myung-geun, who has an advantage as a sidearm pitcher.

After that, in the home throwing training, Park Myeong-geun made one mistake. Since he is a rookie, he received a special ‘kabangkwon’, received a fun go again, and threw home cleanly.

Meanwhile, Park Myeong-geun paired up with Jung Woo-young, the same sidearm pitcher, in catch-ball training. He showed stable throwing even though he played catch ball with the slippery WBC official ball in preparation for national team member Jung Woo-young’s WBC appearance. Jung Woo-young praised Park Myeong-geun, saying, “It’s okay. Control is good.”  

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