SSG Landers ‘Ace’ Kim Gwang-hyeon (35) asked to pay attention to four junior left-handers. He said it was okay to expect him to lead the team in the future.
On the 25th, Kim Kwang-hyun headed to Florida, USA via Incheon International Airport. He goes to the camp site first as SSG selection team, and the main camp leaves the country on the 30th. Before leaving the country, Kim Gwang-hyun mentioned four left-handed juniors who had been exercising together in Okinawa, Japan since the 2nd.
On the 2nd, he set up a ‘mini camp’ in Okinawa, Japan with junior lefties such as Oh Won-seok (22), Baek Seung-gun (23), Park Si-hoo (22), and Ki-soon Lee (20) and exercised for about 3 weeks. Before leaving for the United States, he looked back at the ‘Mini Camp’ in Okinawa, Japan and said, “I did well. He was funny,” he said.
Ahead of the 2023 spring camp, Kim Gwang-hyun made his body in a warmer place with his juniors at his own expense. Before going to Japan, he said in an interview with OSEN, “I get help while working out together,” adding, “I feel proud when my juniors do well. I hope you do well.”
Oh Won-seok is a left-hander who is highly anticipated by the club as ‘Post Kim Gwang-hyun’. He has already played an active role as the team’s main player and was a member of the combined championship last year. He is gearing up for his 4th season.
Baek Seung-gun joined the team in 2019 and spent two seasons, and was discharged from the Sangmu Baseball Team. He makes his comeback season in 2023. Park Si-hoo was nominated in 2020 and joined and debuted last year. His first team experience was 2 matches. In the stage of learning more, I worked out in Okinawa with Kwang-Hyun Kim.메이저사이트
Lee Ki-soon, the youngest left-hander, was a rookie last year. She spent precious time with her seniors. Regarding the four juniors, Kim Gwang-hyun said, “Look how this year will be. I made a promise to her juniors. We decided to have a party on the day everyone gathers in Group 1. I wish her well,” he said.
Kim Gwang-hyun said, “We will all do well. In fact, she even received a recommendation from her trainer before going to Okinawa. He asked to select hard-working left-handed pitchers. Won-seok, of course, wanted to take him,” he explained the situation in which he took the left-handed juniors to Japan.
After returning from Okinawa, Oh Won-seok said in an interview with OSEN on the 24th, “It was really nice to see and learn from seniors I respect up close.” “Senior Kim Kwang-hyun made good memories for us. Really thankful. Next year, I definitely want to go again with my seniors,” he said.
Regarding these juniors, Kim Gwang-hyun said, “All of them are players who can work well in the first team. All have their advantages. If he makes good use of that advantage, he will throw well in the first team. Please keep an eye on him,” he said with anticipation.