The Korean World Baseball Classic (WBC) team, led by head coach Lee Kang-cheol, will use its best lineup in the final warm-up before the first game against Australia. Choi Jeong-do, who was not listed in the starting lineup the previous day (6th) due to ‘condition hunting’, returned.
On the 7th, Korea will have its final evaluation match against the Hanshin Tigers of the Japanese professional baseball team at the Kyocera Dome in Osaka, Japan.
Korea lost 2-4 in the first official match against the Orix Buffaloes on the 6th. Oryx is a 1.5-class lineup that lacks a large number of key members. However, the national team ended the first evaluation game without using much effort, such as a series of unfortunate defenses.
However, on this day, the best members are on a sortie. Korea: Tommy Edman (2nd baseman) – Kim Ha-seong (shortstop) – Lee Jung-hoo (center fielder) – Kim Hyeon-soo (left fielder) – Park Byeong-ho (1st baseman) – Na Seong-beom (right fielder) – Choi Jeong (3rd baseman) – Yang Eui-ji (catcher) – Kang Baek-ho The starting lineup is formed in the order of (designated hitter), and Park Se-woong plays as a starting pitcher on the mound. 메이저사이트
Manager Lee Kang-cheol expressed satisfaction with the fact that the pitchers and batters are improving their condition despite the loss the previous day. And he has expressed his intention that all batters and pitchers will have practical experience once by the game on the 7th.
First of all, on this day, Choi Jeong and other elite members were listed in the starting lineup. These players are highly likely to start the match throughout the first round, starting with Australia. The result is important, but the intention is to catch up to the process as well.
After the match against Hanshin on the 7th, Korea will move to Tokyo, Japan, to prepare for its first match against Australia on the 9th. What will be the results of the final evaluation?
[Choi Jeong-yi hits as the lead batter in the top of the 8th inning in the match between the WBC Korean national team and the Orix Buffaloes at the Kyocera Dome in Osaka, Japan on the morning of the 6th.