‘Mini Camp Planning’ Kim Gwang-hyun “I’m sure the juniors who trained together will succeed”

“You will know when you see it.”

Kim Gwang-hyeon (35), who planned and successfully completed the ‘SSG Landers left-handed pitcher mini-camp’, said with a confident voice.

Kim Gwang-hyun, who left for Vero Beach, Florida, USA on the 25th to participate in the spring camp as a ‘starter’, said in a bright voice, “I had fun training in Okinawa, Japan. Please watch how the players who trained together this season do.”

Left-handed pitcher Kim Gwang-hyun, who represents Korean baseball, boarded a plane to Okinawa on January 2 along with Baek Seung-geon (23), Oh Won-seok (22), Park Si-hoo (22), and Ki-soon Lee (20) and trained until the 20th. All of them are SSG left-handed pitchers.

He shook his hand, saying, “It’s absolutely not a joke. I can’t say I helped, but rather I get help when I train with my juniors,” but he planned a mini-camp for the juniors and provided financial support.

Airfare was borne by each person, but Kim Gwang-hyun was responsible for the stay expenses of his juniors, such as lodging and meals. 메이저놀이터

Kim Gwang-hyun said, “I asked the training coach and front desk staff in the 2nd team, ‘I want to train with a left-handed pitcher junior, so please recommend it.’ I’ve lived there before, so it wasn’t unfamiliar to me,” he recalled.

While training together for about three weeks, expectations for juniors grew.

Kim Gwang-hyun said, “Everyone is a player who can work well in the first team,” and said, “Oh Won-seok has already shown something in the first team, and Baek Seung-gun, Park Si-hoo, and Lee Ki-soon can grow further.”

He said, “We decided to have a party on the day when all five of us gather in the first team. If you become a pro in the 17th year, you will have this level of ‘foresight’.” that,” he laughed.

Kim Gwang-hyun, who joined SSG’s predecessor SK Wyverns in 2007, emerged as an ‘ace’ in the Korean Series that year, and was active as a key pitcher for the Korean baseball team in various international competitions. He played in the American professional baseball major leagues in 2020 and 2021, and his horizons also broadened.

Kim Gwang-hyun introduced himself as a ‘lucky person’, but it was ‘steady effort’ that made ‘Ace’ Kim Gwang-hyun.

Through hard work and luck, Kim Gwang-hyun became the representative ace of Korean baseball and achieved his dream of becoming a big leaguer.

The juniors who went through the Okinawa Mini Camp with ‘Idol’ Kim Gwang-hyun thanked him, saying, “It was a great help in terms of technology and spirit.”

Kim Gwang-hyun was confident in the growth of his juniors and motivated them once again.

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