Ryu Hyun-jin emerged from the third base dugout

“Wow, it’s Ryu Hyun-jin” As Hanwha Eagles’ Ryu Hyun-jin emerged from the third base dugout with his glove and spikes, Lotte coach Jung Sang-ho exclaimed in admiration and shared a hug with his returning junior.

An exhibition game between Lotte and Hanwha in the KBO League at Sajik Baseball Stadium in Busan on Saturday. As Lotte’s batting practice was winding down, Hanwha’s players arrived at the stadium and began to gather their gear one by one.

When Ryu Hyun-jin came out onto the field with glove and spikes in hand, Lotte battery coach Jung Sang-ho exclaimed, “Wow, it’s Ryu Hyun-jin,” and welcomed the junior back to the KBO.

Lee Hak-joo, who lived in the United States, also ran up to Ryu and shook his hand. At that moment, Kim Kwang-soo, who was at third base, yelled out, “Hyun-jin,” and Ryu ran over and gave Kim a 90-degree greeting.

Kim, who was the head coach at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, 카지노사이트 patted Ryu’s body as he returned to the KBO. Ryu smiled warmly at the affectionate touch of Coach Kim, who greeted him like a father.

The warmth of the Lotte team’s welcome made him feel good as he walked out to the outfield.

The last person waiting for him was Coach Ko Young-min, a member of the 2008 Beijing Olympics, who congratulated him on his return.

Ryu returned to the KBO after 12 years. In his first exhibition game appearance on Dec. 12, he pitched four innings of three-hit ball with no walks, four strikeouts, and one run. His fastball reached 148 kilometers. 안전놀이터 He showed off his perfect command of his pitches, throwing cut fastballs, curveballs, and changeups to left and right-handed hitters alike.

Ryu is scheduled to pitch in an exhibition game against Busan Lotte tomorrow, Sept. 17, and then take five days off before the Jamsil opener.

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