“How could someone like me…” Gwanghyeon Kim, who didn’t say anything, opened his mouth to the left-handed successor of the National University

Kim Gwang-hyeon (35, SSG), who is cautious in evaluating juniors, clearly opened his mouth about the successor to the left-handed ace of the Korean national team. 메이저사이트

On the 12th (Korean time) at the SSG 1st team spring camp held in Vero Beach, Florida, USA, when asked who would be the candidate to succeed the left-handed ace genealogy, Kim Gwang-hyun said, “I think the most likely candidate will be Koo Chang-mo (26, NC). ” he replied.

In the meantime, Korea has achieved outstanding results thanks to left-handed aces who show strong appearances on the international stage, such as Koo Dae-seong (54), Ryu Hyun-jin (36, Toronto), Kim Gwang-hyun, and Yang Hyeon-jong (35, KIA). The question of who will succeed them is ongoing, and it was the same today. Kim Gwang-hyun, who has become a veteran of his 17th year of debut, is also receiving a lot of questions asking if there are any outstanding juniors. At such times, this answer is meaningful because he always conveys his feelings carefully.

Kim Kwang-hyun said, “(About the decrease in questions related to myself) Actually, I don’t regret that part. However, there are coaches and coaches, so there is something burdensome because I want to evaluate juniors like me. The coach looks at me badly, but I It can be said to be good and vice versa. So I only talk about what I feel.”

Koo Chang-mo, who was considered the most promising candidate, is evaluated as having the potential to become the league’s representative ace at any time as long as he is healthy. In 2015, he was nominated by NC with the 3rd overall pick in the 2nd round of the 2nd round of the new draft, and debuted in 2016, recording a total of 163 matches, 46 wins, 34 losses, and an average ERA of 3.74. He is still called an unfinished stand-by because he suffered frequent injuries to the extent that his 133 innings in 2018 was the most in one season.

However, in 2020, he showed league-class performance with an average ERA of 1.74, 9 wins and 1 loss in 15 games, and last year, which was his first season after arm surgery, made a successful comeback with 11 wins, 5 losses and an ERA of 2.10 in 19 games. After the 2022 season, he signed a non-FA multi-year contract with NC for up to 13.2 billion won for 6+1 years to gauge the level of expectations for Gu Chang-mo.

On the other hand, Kim Gwang-hyun is an ace who clearly proved his skills last year with an average ERA of 2.13 and 13 wins and 3 losses in 28 games. He is a perfectionist who has nothing more to prove, but he still does not let go of his will to learn.

Kim Gwang-hyun said, “Coach Kang-cheol Lee also talked a lot about expectations for player Chang-mo Koo, and I think there will definitely be things to learn from how he pitches while playing with Chang-mo Koo this time.” is a great experience, but it includes watching and learning how the best players in Korea gather to practice and play. I have experienced many national teams, but I think there will be something else to learn. (Through this opportunity) I also grow one step further. I will become a player who does it,” he said.

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