“Please let the rain stop”… The sky eagerly looked at, the ‘dream stage’ held in the hometown

Did the players’ earnestness work?

The KBO will hold the KBO All-Star Game on 메이저사이트 the 14th and 15th at Sajik Stadium in Busan.

On the 14th, ‘Futures All-Stars’, where you can get a glimpse of the future of the KBO, will be held.

The weather hardly helped. It rained heavily from the morning, and pre-events were canceled in various places. The ‘Little Baseball Federation All-Star Game’, the players’ one-point lessons, and the Korea Women’s Baseball Federation Home Run Race event were canceled due to heavy rain.

According to the forecast of the Korea Meteorological Administration, it will rain until 6 o’clock. Although not in the first team, those who stepped on the ‘dream stage’ as Futures players looked at the sky as if they were savage.

Most of all, the players who grew up in Busan and had dreams after watching Sajik Stadium desperately needed this opportunity.

Kim Bum-seok, who joined LG in the 1st round of the 2023 rookie draft (7th overall), is a Busan native who graduated from Gimhae Samsung Elementary School, Gyeongnam Middle School, and Gyeongnam High School. As it was his first opportunity to play at Sajik Stadium after his professional debut, he was desperate for the game that day. Kim Beom-seok said, “I watched a lot of baseball at Sajik Stadium when I was young,” and expressed his earnest heart by saying, “I hope it doesn’t rain today.”

Jeong Yi-hwangdo of the Hanwha Eagles, who recorded 7 innings and no runs on the 28th of last month, is a “Busan man” who graduated from Busan Suyeong Elementary School, Gyeongnam Middle School, and Busan High School. Jeong Yi-hwang said, “It’s a pity that there is no time for one-point lessons because it rained,” regretting that the time to meet local students in Busan was gone.

Yoon Jun-ho, who made his name known through the variety show ‘Strongest Baseball’, also raised his dream in the mountains. Yoon Jun-ho also expressed his earnest heart, saying, “As this is my hometown, I want to play here. I hope it doesn’t rain.”

Would their hearts be open? Around 5:00 PM, the rain subsided and we were able to start preparing for the game. The players warmed up on the ground with joy and prepared for the time to make their names known.

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