The last puzzle of the KIA left-handed kingdom… Australia’s rebellion, ERA 1.47 is not a coincidence ‘catchers are also half-colored’

“Now is the best.”

What the hell happened in Australia? Young Gun, who struggled in his debut season, has completely changed. The favorable reviews for left-hander Choi Ji-min, a second-year KIA player, continue. Choi Ji-min is preparing for the 2023 season at KIA’s Tucson Kino Sports Complex spring camp in Arizona, USA.

After graduating from Gangneung High School, he entered the 2022 2nd 1st round in 5th place, with an average ERA of 13.50 in 6 games. He was good during spring camp practice, but his pace slowed from the exhibition game and he failed to establish himself in the first team. He was also not good in the Futures League with an ERA of 7.04 with 1 win, 5 losses and 6 holds in 35 games.

However, things changed dramatically when he was dispatched to Geelong Korea, an Australian professional baseball team. 메이저놀이터 In 17 games, he had 3 holds and 2 saves with a 1.47 earned run average. Even if the overall level of the Australian league is lower than that of the KBO league, the general consensus is that the competitiveness of top-tier hitters is not significantly lacking compared to the KBO league.

In fact, there were officials who evaluated Choi Ji-min as having better game management skills and better development potential than Kim Jin-wook (Lotte), who was a senior in high school for one year. As I adjusted my pitching balance in Australia, my command improved and my speed increased.

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