“Ohtani is the first player in 100 years. It’s funny to me.”
Kiwoom Jang Jae-young is trying to double as a pitcher from Australian professional baseball Geelong Korea. It started with the recommendation of Director Hyeong-wook Koh. It is true that for the past two years, Jang Jae-young has been under a lot of stress because of the control problem. His intention was to refresh himself by repeating the batting he did well in high school, and furthermore, to see the possibility of a double career as a pitcher 먹튀검증.
Jang Jae-young also trains for two days as a batsman and one day as a pitcher at Kiwoom Spring Camp, which is being held at Salt River Field in Scottsdale, Arizona, USA. In addition to his batting training, he also trained in outfield defense. The club and coach Hong Won-ki fundamentally take the position of “opening all possibilities” to Lee Do-ryu, whether it be Jang Jae-young or newcomer Kim Gun-hee.
However, Jang Jae-young, whom I met on the 3rd (hereafter Korean time), has a firm heart. I don’t have many thoughts about this doryu. Rather, he should see his stepping into the plate as a process to succeed as a pitcher. As he tries to type, he tries to understand the mind of others who are dealing with him.
Jang Jae-young said, “I am grateful to the club. Ohtani is the first player in 100 years. It is not easy to do things like Ohtani. It’s funny to me. He’s not something I can compare to a player like that. I have not yet established myself as a pitcher or hitter. He didn’t have a place at all,” he said. At the same time, he said, “I want to become a better pitcher.”
He felt that when he played against right-handed pitchers in Australia who had similar fast pitches to his own, he felt like he was playing right-handed pitchers. Jang Jae-young said, “I came out about 148 km as a right pitcher, just like me. However, he was very strong, and now that I am in the same position as the hitters, I thought that my ball would not be easy to hit.”
Now, Jae-young Jang decided to change his mind. I was trying to. Trying to let go of perfectionism. If you try to throw more delicately, it will be driven to the center. I try to think in a simple way.” Yido-ryu is a process to succeed as a pitcher.