Samsung’s 1st and 2nd groups will depart Okinawa, Japan from the 30th… New season quenching begins
Oh Seung-hwan (41), the ‘final king’ of the professional baseball Samsung Lions,
begins spring camp training in the second team. 카지노사이트
Seung-Hwan Oh was included in the second-team squad in the 2024 spring camp training list announced by Samsung on the 29th.
A Samsung official said, “Senior players such as Oh Seung-hwan, Baek Jeong-hyun,
and Kim Dae-woo have decided to start training in the second team out of consideration for them to build up their bodies slowly and autonomously,” and added,
“The timing of joining the first team will be decided based on their judgment and situation. “It was said.
Oh Seung-hwan, who appeared in 58 games in the 2023 season and recorded 4 wins, 5 losses, 30 saves, 2 holds, and an ERA of 3.45,
was recently signed as a free agent with Samsung for a total of 2.2 billion won, including a 2-year contract period, 1 billion won in down payment, and 1.2 billion won in annual salary.
Oh Seung-hwan left early for Okinawa, Japan on the 17th to engage in personal training,
and plans to improve his physical condition through customized programs and autonomous training in the second group for the time being.
Veteran outfielders Kim Heon-gon and Kim Dong-yup, and starting infielder Lee Jae-hyun,
who had shoulder surgery in October of last year, will also begin training in the second team.
All 2024 rookie players were also included in the second-team camp list.
All Samsung first and second team players will be training in Okinawa, Japan.
The 1st team will leave for Okinawa, where the spring camp will be held,
on the 30th and the 2nd team on the 31st.
The first-team squad plans to train for a total of 38 days from the 30th to March 7th,
the second-team squad plans to train for 27 days from the 31st to February 26th.
Samsung has compiled a ‘mammoth-level’ training field list of 135 people in total,
including 31 coaches, including Coach Jin-man Park and second-team manager Dae-hyun Jeong,
30 pitchers, 7 catchers, 21 infielders, 11 outfielders, and support staff.