Lotte, 11 people including Choi Jun-yong and Cha Woo-chan return to Korea after the 2nd cut-off
The Lotte Giants, who finished the 1st spring camp in Guam, confirmed 11 players on the 2nd return list. Instead, 6 additional people토토사이트 will join the 2nd and 3rd battery training in Japan.
On the 18th, the Lotte team announced, “Pitchers Cha Woo-chan, Choi Jun-yong, Kim Do-gyu, Lee Min-seok, Jeong Seong-jong, Jin Seung-hyun, Choi Yi-jun, and fielders Kang Tae-yul, Kim Se-min, Kim Joo-hyun, and Choi Min-jae will return to Korea.” These 11 players are scheduled to join the Sangdong Stadium in Gimhae, Gyeongsangnam-do, where the futures (2nd division) field training is in progress from the 21st.
On the 16th, Lotte also announced a list of 5 returnees. Na Won-tak, Lee Tae-yeon, Han Tae-yang, Jo Se-jin, and Jang Doo-seong returned to Korea on the 17th, took a day off on the 18th, and moved to Sangdong Stadium in Gimhae from the 19th to continue training.
The Lotte club said, “Choi Jun-yong was not classified as a pitcher for the evaluation match against Chiba Lotte, a Japanese professional baseball game in Ishigaki. After adjusting his condition, he plans to join Okinawa and play.”
The team, which continued strong training in Guam focusing on physical strength and basic skills, temporarily returned to Korea on the 19th and moved to Ishigaki Island, Japan, the second campsite on the 20th. Then, on the 27th, they move to Okinawa and continue their practice game with the KBO League team.
In the Japanese camp, the players were mainly composed of players who would compete in real matches considering their condition.
Koo Seung-min, who was training in Korea, will join Ishigakijima training on the 20th, and five pitchers, including Jeong Tae-seung (playing coach), will join the third Okinawa training session.