The major leagues were also surprised by the return of Koo Dae-seong (54), the “undefeated Daesung.”

Major League Baseball (MLB) Social Network Service (SNS) posted a video of Koo Dae-sung pitching for Geelong Korea on the 21st, saying, “(Man) the 53-year-old pitcher continues to throw the ball.”

Koo Dae-sung recently climbed the mound wearing the Geelong Korea uniform, which is participating in the Australian Professional Baseball League (ABL), and showed his strength.

In the game against the Adelaide Giants in Australia on the 19th, in the bottom of the 8th inning, which was trailing 0-7, he turned three batters into a tripartite. His best velocity was only 117 km, but he threw a sharp slider and a fastball that cut into the body. In particular, 바카라사이트 the highlight of the day was striking out looking for Ryan January, the third batter, with a ball deep in his body.

MLB said, “The 53-year-old pitcher is still pitching,” and “It’s very surprising.

Koo Dae-sung took over as the first coach of Geelong Korea and took the mound in the 2018-19 season, surprising many.

He made his pro debut with the Binggrae Eagles (predecessor of the Hanwha Eagles) in 1993 and is a ‘legend’ pitcher with a record of 67 wins, 71 losses, 18 holds, 214 saves, and an ERA of 2.85 in 569 games.

He also played an active part in Japan and the major leagues. He pitched 23 innings in 33 games for the New York Mets in 2005, posting an earned run average of 3.91.

The Mets’ hustle play, which hit Randy Johnson, who was the best pitcher in the big leagues at the time, with a double, and dug home on a sacrifice bunt, is still talked about by many fans.

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