Korea, WBC semifinal challenge in 14 years… ‘Lee Kang-cheol-ho’ gathers in Arizona, USA on the 15th

The baseball team, which is challenging to advance to the semifinals of the World Baseball Classic (WBC) for the first time in 14 years since 2009, begins quenching in earnest.

The baseball team led by coach Lee Kang-cheol will gather in Tucson, Arizona, on the 15th (hereinafter Korean time) and begin training. The training will last for two weeks and will include five evaluation matches. 메이저사이트

Currently, the national team players are digesting the spring camp schedule in the original team. Players from the Korea Baseball Organization (KBO) league will join the team according to the call-up schedule. However, Kim Ha-seong (28, San Diego) and Tommy Edman (28, St. Louis), who are playing in the major leagues, will join ‘Lee Kang-cheol-ho’ on the 2nd and 5th of next month, respectively.

The national team will conduct adaptation training on the 16th and start full-scale training from the next day. Starting with NC on the 17th, there will be a total of 5 practice matches against Kia (20th), KT (23rd, 25th) and LG (27th).

The national team will return home on the 1st of next month after completing training in the United States. From the next day, additional training will be conducted with Kim Ha-seong at the Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul. On the 4th, I will leave for Japan. At this time, Edmund also participates, and ‘Lee Kang-chul-ho’s 30-member complete group gathers.

South Korea was in WBC Group B with Australia, Japan, China and the Czech Republic. Korea’s first game is against Australia on the 9th of next month.

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