SSG Landers’ ‘nuclear submarine’ Park Jong-hoon (32), who returned healthy, predicted a revival this season. First of all, the goal is to win by double digits.
Park Jong-hoon, who was out of power after undergoing elbow surgery in 2021, returned in the second half of last season and recorded an average ERA of 6.00 in 11 games, 3 wins and 5 losses, and produced disappointing results.
Still, in the Korean Series카지노사이트, he went out as a kicker and contributed to the championship by blocking 2⅓ innings without a run.
In the second year of his elbow surgery, Park Jong-hoon, who is preparing for the 2023 season through healthy recovery, was determined.
Park Jong-hoon, who is likely to join the starting lineup if he regains his past skills, is diligently raising his body in line with the upcoming opening season.
On the 11th (local time), Park Jong-hoon, who met with reporters at the Jackie Robinson Training Complex in Vero Beach, Florida, USA, a training ground for SSG, said, “During rehabilitation last year, I couldn’t practice much because I was sick. This year, I am throwing a lot of balls and increasing the number. “he said.
“It’s not as much as I thought, but I got a lot of balance. I had surgery and now I have no excuses. My health is good, so I have to do well this year,” he said. “, he emphasized.
He then expressed his confidence, “I am very excited about the season to be healthy. I hope the season starts soon.”
Park Jong-hoon, who recorded 14 wins in 2018, is aiming for double-digit wins this season as well.
He said, “I have to win 10 unconditionally. And I want to digest as many innings as possible.”
Submarine pitcher Park Jong-hoon stands out for his sharp breaking pitches, but on the contrary, his pitches were wobbly and he often gave up a lot of sand balls.
Park Jong-hoon said, “There are many selection resources this year, such as (Moon) Seung-won, (Oh) Won-seok, (Lee) Ro-un, and (Yoon) Tae-hyeon.