KIA 25-year-old 150-kilometer fireballer studying in Australia… 4G ERA Zero, I look forward to the secret weapon of the first team


Will it really be a secret weapon of the first-team bullpen.

Another fireballer promising player of the KIA Tigers, Yoo Seung-chul (25) will belatedly join the Australian professional baseball team Canberra Cavalier and play a big role. Yoo Seung-chul took the mound as the second pitcher in the top of the seventh inning with a 5-1 lead over the Sydney Blue Sox on the 22nd (Korea time), striking out two and walking one in one inning.

Yoo belatedly got on a flight to Australia. It is not that he did anything wrong. Kwak Do-gyu joined the Driveline Baseball Center in Seattle, the U.S., and Kia sent Yoo to the position. Basically, expectations are higher than those of other players.

No wonder, Yoo Seung-cheol graduated from Suncheon Hyocheon High School in 2017. KIA has recently nurtured its top prospects for the first round or draft into its main strength in the first division. However, Yoo Seung-cheol is showing slow growth. Now that he has completed his military service, he has no choice but to retreat.

Yoo is a pitcher who can throw balls in the early 150 kilometers. However, he has failed to establish himself in the first division due to lack of consistency in pitching content. He pitched in only one game in the first division this season, and in the Futures League, he also posted an earned run average of 10.42 with one win, two losses and two saves in 16 games.

However, he seems to have gotten better after the Okinawa closing camp. Kia’s YouTube channel “Gativ TV” shows him receiving intensive guidance from its pitching coach, Chung Jae-hoon. It is important to maintain speed while maintaining consistency of pitching balance. He also needs to adapt himself to pitch clock.

His moves in Australia are meaningful. There are few samples as there are four games, but there seems to be no reason to underestimate. He allowed one hit and one strikeout in 1.2 innings against the Adelaide Giants on June 15, and allowed two hits and one strikeout in 2.1 innings against the Adelaide Giants on June 17. However, the two games involved “accounting for fraud.” He was given a timely hit. 랭크카지노

However, he allowed one hit, one strikeout, and no run in the first inning against Sydney on Tuesday. He gave up a hit by the leadoff hitter and stole second base, but he did not take a follow-up hit. In the game against Sydney on the same day, he allowed a walk to leadoff hitter David Candilas, but struck out Joe DeLuca and Max Brennan. Justin Gidden induced a fly ball to the shortstop. Park posted an out count.

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