Lotte, Guam 1st Camp Ends… The 2nd camp in Japan is a ‘practical test’
Professional baseball Lotte Giants finish their first spring camp in Guam and continue training in Ishigaki, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan.
Lotte trained in Guam from the 1st to the 18th.온라인카지노
Lotte, who temporarily returns to Korea on the 19th, leaves for Okinawa, Japan on the morning of the 20th.
During the camp in Okinawa, Japan, he will play two evaluation matches (on the 22nd and 24th) with the 2nd team of the Chiba Lotte Marines in Ishigaki, and move to Gushikawa on the 27th to play six practice matches with the KBO league team.
Through the club, head coach Larry Sutton said, “I am very happy that the spring camp held in Guam was successfully completed,” adding, “We have achieved the goal of physically preparing the players for the match schedule in Japan. trained,” he said.
Ahead of the second camp, Lotte also organized the camp list.
Na Won-tak, Lee Tae-yeon, Han Tae-yang, Cho Se-jin, and Jang Doo-seong returned to Korea on the 17th, while Kim Do-gyu, Lee Min-seok, Jung Sung-jong, Jin Seung-hyeon, Cha Woo-chan, Choi Yi-jun, Choi Jun-yong, Kang Tae-yul, Kim Se-min, Kim Joo-hyun, and Choi Min-jae returned home on the 19th and moved to Sangdong. .
The Lotte club explained, “We checked the physical condition of the players at the Guam camp. Only players who can play in the practice game to be held in Japan were left on the camp roster.”
Koo Seung-min, who was training in Korea, will depart for Japan on the 20th and participate in the evaluation match.
Four pitchers, including playing coach Jeong Tae-seung and Choi Jun-yong, will train in Korea before moving to Okinawa on the 27th for a real test.
Sutton said, “In Japan, we will continue to improve as we improve our performance.”
Lotte finished the first camp on the 18th at the outdoor swimming pool of Lotte Hotel Guam, and 90 people including players, coaching staff, and front desk gathered and enjoyed dinner.
The Lotte team said, “Chefs dispatched directly from Lotte Hotel in Sogong-dong cooked T-bone steak and lobster.”
Park Hyun-woo, deputy director of operations, said, “I would like to express my gratitude to the Lotte Hotel employees on behalf of the Lotte club.”
Director Sutton emphasized at the dinner, “The most important thing is teamwork. Whenever you feel a limit, I hope everyone thinks of the word teamwork.”