“New colleagues, I feel reassured.”
Right-handed pitcher Koo Seung-min (33) is one of Lotte’s winning cards. Above all, his performance last season is impressive. I wrote a personal career high. He appeared in 73 games and played 62 innings, going 2-4 with 26 holds and an earned run average of 2.90. It doesn’t stop. We are sweating hard ahead of the new season. He hasn’t made a big change, but he’s setting his own direction and moving forward. Koo Seung-min said, “I am preparing to throw longer even if I use the same power. He seems to be making good progress,” he added.
One of Koo Seung-min’s strong points is his consistency. He set a 20-hold gold medal for three consecutive years. He is the first player from Lotte. Even if the range is expanded to the entire KBO league, it was the fourth after Anji (Samsung, 2012-2015), Sovereignty (KT, 2019-2021), and Jung Woo-young (LG, 2020-2022). It wasn’t long before he reached the 100 hold notice. This is also a record allowed only by 12 players in the league. Seung-min Koo recorded 86 holds in his career until last year. Koo Seung-min said, “As we have done every year, we do not set numerical goals. More importantly, he said, “Complete one season.” 카지노
There were big and small changes to the off-season team. You have a new family. Catcher Yoo Kang-nam, shortstop Noh Jin-hyuk, and pitcher Han Hyun-hee all wore Lotte uniforms through free agents (FA). It’s a part where you can try to improve power for sure. Especially from the pitcher’s point of view, it would have been nice to have a bold catcher and shortstop join. Gu Seung-min, who said, “I am strong,” said, “(Roh) Jin-hyeok hyung’s defense, as well as (Yu) Kang-nam’s ball combination and flaming, are expected. I think I can throw the ball comfortably. He laughed and said, “I’ll have to see how much he can pull the forkball up.”
It has already been 10 years since he entered the professional league. The number of juniors has increased. Last season, he also took on the role of pitching team leader. I plan to show off my seniors to the fullest from the spring camp. Koo Seung-min said, “It’s my first time in Guam, but I feel more excited because it’s an overseas spring camp that I haven’t been to in a while. I think I can prepare well,” he said. “When I was young, my older brothers and seniors took good care of me, so I didn’t exchange much money. I think I need to pack a little thicker this time. Before (Kim) Wonjoong joins the national team, he will have to make up his mind.”