Hanwha’s 1st starter’s extraordinary wind-up

 On the 6th (Korean time), the Hanwha Eagles set up a spring camp at Bell Bank Park in Mesa, Arizona, USA.

Birch Smith, who is expected to be the first starter this season, drew laughter with an extraordinary wind-up move. 메이저놀이터

Contrary to his calm appearance after the long toss in the pitching team, Smith exchanged balls with the bullpen catcher and made ridiculous pitching movements. He also enjoys bouncing balls with his glove.

Smith’s playful wind-up video was captured in O!SPORTS short form.

Meanwhile, Smith, who signed a contract for up to $1 million, including a contract fee of $100,000, an annual salary of $700,000, and an incentive of $200,000, is a fireballer-type starting resource./

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