“I don’t think I’ll be known through the WBC” Lee Jung-hoo’s confidence after the ML evaluation

 Lee Jung-hoo (Kiwoom), an outfielder for the Korean baseball team, did not care about the hot gazes of major league scouts.

The national team, which is in pre-training for the World Baseball Classic (WBC) in Tucson, Arizona, USA, played its first practice game against the NC Dinos on the 18th (Korean time). Lee Jeong-hoo was replaced as the first hitter and center fielder, recording no hits in two at-bats. He hit a pitcher’s grounder in the first inning and a fly ball to shortstop’s infield in the second.

On this day, scouts from nine major league clubs visited the Kino Sports Complex, where the national team held a practice game. It was because it was an opportunity to see Korean national players such as Lee Jung-hoo 온라인카지노and Ko Woo-seok (LG Twins) who can challenge the major league through the posting system when this season is over.

While watching the major league scouts, he must have strained his body, but Lee Jung-hoo was not conscious of it. Lee Jung-hoo, who met with reporters on the 19th, said calmly, “(The scouts) were unconscious. I heard that the (skills) evaluation was already over. I think they came to see it just because they were curious.”

He said, “I thought it was a showcase for players like (Ko) Woo-seok, (Kim) Hye-seong, and (Kang) Baek-ho who wanted to go to the major leagues rather than me.” I’m only thinking about team victory. I was unconscious thinking that I might have come to see my friend or younger brother, not me.”

What Lee Jung-hoo is more concerned with than the scouts is his recent change in form. Lee Jung-hoo came to the U.S. early last month and changed his batting form concisely while preparing for overseas expansion. It is most important to refine and complete one’s form before going into practice.

Lee Jung-hoo said, “I still have 4 more practice games left and I play practice games even when I go to Japan. I try to think of the US practice game as live betting. I have never seen the pitcher’s ball at the team (Kiwoom) camp. Still, the first game (NC) I hit and got a good ball. In the future, I will do whatever I want to do in the practice game and try to find something comfortable in the changed form,” he said, revealing his remaining Arizona training goals.

Finally, Lee Jung-hoo said, “The biggest goal right now is to come back to the United States (semi-finals). The closest goal is only thinking about the match against Australia. Since it is the first game of the tournament and the match against Japan is right there, I am only thinking about winning against Australia.” expressed his determination.

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