“Let’s not shoot our teammates” Mystery of the Korea-Japan match selection, the ‘perseverance’ of the winning master [Osaka site]

It is the ‘perseverance’ of national team coach Lee Kang-cheol, the ‘master general’ who shined in winning the Korean Series. Despite repeated questions from reporters, he tactfully avoids answering and blocks exposure of power at the source.먹튀검증

The Korean baseball team, led by head coach Lee Kang-cheol, had their first training session on the 5th at the Maishima Buffaloes Stadium in Osaka.

The national team, which arrived in Osaka the previous day (4th), began their first official schedule after entering Japan with a personal profile photo shoot. The national team trained for about 1 hour and 30 minutes from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm to raise their condition.

Now, the national team will play practice matches against Orix on the 6th and Hanshin on the 7th at Kyocera Dome in Osaka.

The national team, which started matching their feet last month in the United States, is now leaving only a decisive match in the full team stage. After finishing training on the day, coach Lee said with a satisfied expression, “Both the pitchers and the fielders are fine. The preparation is good.”

Starting with Australia on the 9th, the national team will face Japan (10th), Czech Republic (12th), and China (13th) in turn. However, the starting pitcher who will go to the decisive battle is still thoroughly shrouded in a veil to the point of being a mystery. The same goes for the selection for the Korea-Japan match.

In response to a question from a Korean reporter about the starting pitcher for the game against Australia on the 9th, Lee said, “The other team didn’t say anything, but if our team does…”, he blurted out his words and then said, “Isn’t that an exposure of power? Let’s not shoot at our teammates.” talked It was witty, even mixing jokes to avoid answering.

There is nothing good about exposing one’s country’s power ahead of a national competition. In particular, masters who have won the Korean Series in the KBO postseason tend to extremely refrain from exposing their power. Former Doosan coach Kim Tae-hyung also often avoided talking about starting pitchers and lineups ahead of matches. Coach Lee Kang-cheol also tended to avoid exposure as much as possible before the final match in the KBO league.

In fact, it is highly likely that the starting pitcher to play against Australia has already been decided internally. The same goes for the Korea-Japan match. This is because pitchers can prepare accordingly when they are notified in advance. In spite of repeated questions about this, Director Lee stopped saying “Thank you for your hard work” and then left with a smile saying “Let’s not shoot at our teammates”.

On the 2nd, Lee held an unusually closed training session at Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul. This was also to avoid exposure to power as much as possible. On this day, a large number of Japanese reporters gathered at the Maishima Buffaloes Stadium, showing great interest in the Korean national team. Japanese reporters are also watching articles about the Korean national team in real time. If coach Lee’s remarks reveal his power, the Japanese national team has no choice but to know that fact. However, it is Lee Kang-cheol, the national team coach, who is skillfully coping with the ‘winning command tower’ and exudes the scent of a master.

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