LG General Manager Cha Myeong-seok Heads to the U.S.

“One person changes”… LG general manager Cha Myeong-seok heads to the U.S. in search of foreign pitchers

Last year’s LG Twins, the combined professional baseball championship team, drew their sword early to challenge for the ‘presidential championship’ again this year.

General Manager Cha Myeong-seok left for the United States to replace a foreign pitcher.

LG coach Yeom Kyung-yeop met with reporters ahead of the SSG Landers match to be held at SSG Landers Field in Incheon on the 28th and said, “The general manager flew to the United States immediately at 4 PM today. 바카라사이트

We will select 4 to 5 players who can be released (from the American team) and look at them.”

“It is planned,” he revealed.

He continued, “I don’t know who (the player to be released) will be, but I went with the intention of changing one person.

There is still at least a month left (until the replacement player is confirmed).

He predicted, “(When it comes to deciding which player to keep on the team), we will look at it calmly and make a judgment.”

LG had trouble managing the starting lineup in the early part of the season due to the poor performance of Casey Kelly and Detrick Enns, who were expected to be a ‘one-two punch’.

Kelly’s season results are 2 wins, 6 losses in 11 games, and an average ERA of 5.60, and Ens’s records are 4 wins, 2 losses, and an average ERA of 5.43 in 11 games.

The club calmly views the current skills of the two players as ‘fifty steps in a row’.

In his most recent appearance, Kelly won the game against Jamsil NC Dinos on the 26th by pitching 3 runs in 6 innings, but he was not satisfied.

Coach Yeom said, “Even before today’s game, the power analysis team was talking about Kelly’s ball combination, so I said, ‘Stop worrying about it now.’

We made a really big effort to save Kelly, so now it’s time for Kelly to make a decision.

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