‘Man of 11.5 billion’ Kim Jae-hwan also participates, Doosan finishing training will be held in Icheon from the 31st

The Doosan Bears shook off the pain of finishing 9th last year and entered the fall baseball season again, but were eliminated after one game, leaving behind a bitter feeling. Among them, Kim Jae-hwan (35), who is particularly upset, is also participating in the finishing training.

The Doosan Bears announced, “We will begin the final training for 2023 at Bears Park in Icheon, Gyeonggi-do from October 31 to the end of November.”

A total of 45 people, divided into periods, plan to make up for what was lacking this season through final training.

Doosan announced the beginning of a new change by appointing coach Lee Seung-yeop ahead of this season. Doosan, which continued its upward trend in the middle of the season with 11 consecutive wins, the most since the team was founded, ended up in 5th place due to a somewhat disappointing trend at the end, and also left a disappointment in the wild card game.

Final score: 5th place. The foreign pitchers’ good performance and the performance of the young pitchers were outstanding, but the sluggish batting was painful.

In particular, the poor performance of Kim Jae-hwan, who signed a four-year free agent contract with Doosan for a total of 11.5 billion won after the 2021 season, was painful. Considering that he is a left-handed slugger, there were expectations that he would bounce back after the appointment of coach Lee Seung-yeop, the ‘home run king,’ but he had his worst season since 2016, when he became a starter.

He appeared in 132 games, but had a batting average of only 0.220, 10 home runs, and 46 RBIs. He also had an OPS (on-base percentage + slugging percentage) of 0.674, which was far below his expectations.

After finishing the season, Coach Seung-yeop Lee declared, “I will focus more on batting next year.” The starting point is finishing training. The plan is to look for hints on Kim Jae-hwan, who has been struggling with this season, to escape from his sluggish performance starting from the final training. Normally, rest is given to key players who played throughout the season, but Coach Lee called Kim Jae-hwan to the finishing camp.

The final training, which is conducted with a 3-day training and 1-day rest system, involves 45 players and coaching staff under Coach Seung-yeop Lee.

Among pitchers, Kim Dong-ju, infielders Lee Yu-chan, Kang Seung-ho, and Park Jun-young, and among outfielders, Jo Su-haeng and Kim In-tae also stand out. These are players who have been reborn as key players this season, but can all be said to have had some major regrets.짱구카지노 주소

24 players, including pitcher Park Jeong-su and catchers Ahn Seung-han and Jang Seung-hyeon, will join from the beginning of training, and 20 players, including pitchers Choi Jun-ho, Lee Seung-jin, and catcher Yoon Jun-ho, who participated in the Miyazaki Educational League, are scheduled to join in early November.

Meanwhile, the nine recovery pitchers, including Kwak Bin and Choi Seung-yong, who will participate in the Asian Professional Baseball Championship (APBC) tournament, plan to focus on conditioning at Jamsil Stadium.

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