Lee Jeong-hoo and Kim Ha-seong Replace ‘Korean Duo’

Evil’ due to injury… Lee Jeong-hoo and Kim Ha-seong replace ‘Korean big leaguer duo’ together

Lee Jeong-hoo is injured after colliding with a fence during defense…

Ha-Seong Kim was hit in the wrist by a pitch and the game ended.

The ‘Korean Duo’ playing in the Major League Baseball (MLB) was injured during the game and left the field. 카지노사이트킹

Lee Jeong-hoo (25, San Francisco Giants) was injured while playing defense in the top of the first inning in the 2024 MLB Cincinnati Reds game held at Oracle Park in San Francisco, California, USA on the 13th (Korean time).

Jeong-hoo Lee, who was unable to play in the game against the Colorado Rockies on the 9th after suffering a bruise after being hit in the foot by a foul ball,

returned to center field as the number one hitter after 4 games and did not enter a single at-bat.

Center fielder Lee Jeong-hoo, who was chasing Jamer Candelario’s home run with the bases loaded and two outs in the top of the first inning,

jumped to catch the ball but collapsed after colliding with the fence.

The batted ball hit the top of the fence and fell to the ground,

and in the meantime, all three runners hit home.

Candelario’s 3-RBI double.

Lee Jeong-hoo, who complained of shoulder pain,

was immediately replaced by Tyler Fitzgerald.

Lee Jeong-hoo’s batting average, who did not even have a single at-bat, remained at 0.262.

Ha-seong Kim (28, San Diego Padres) was hit by an opposing pitcher’s pitch and was eliminated from the game.

Ha-seong Kim, who started as the 9th hitter and shortstop in the game against the Los Angeles Dodgers held at Petco Park in San Diego, California,

hit the back of his left hand on Dodgers starter Walker Buehler’s 94.4 mph (approximately 152 km) body sinker in the 4th inning with one out and 1st and 2nd bases got hit hard

Kim Ha-seong, who was in pain and received first aid from a trainer for a while,

walked out to first base, and was thrown out at second base when the follow-up batter,

Luis Araes, hit an infield grounder and returned to the dugout.

However, perhaps due to severe pain, he was replaced at shortstop by Tyler Wade as soon as the top of the 5th inning started.

Kim Ha-seong, who had been retired by a fly ball in his second at-bat,

finished the game with no hits in one at-bat and one hit to the body,

causing his season batting average to drop slightly from 0.209 to 0.208.


Kim Hee-jin and Joo Jeong-hoon, Taking the Lead with the Taegeukgi

Taking the Lead with the Taegeukgi… Kim Hee-jin and Joo Jeong-hoon Became Each Other’s Hands and Eyes

Joint flag bearer for the Disabled AG opening ceremony.

“A glorious experience.

“I will do well in this game as well.”

Kim Hee-jin held the flagpole with both hands, and Joo Jeong-hoon straightened the Taegeukgi with one hand.

Two players of the same age, born in 1994, became each other’s hands and eyes and moved forward brilliantly. 온라인카지노

Korean goalball at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Para Games National team captain Kim Hee-jin (Sports Class B2,

Seoul Sports Association for the Disabled) and Taekwondo signboard Joo Jeong-hoon (Sports Class K44, SK Eco Plant)

competed at the competition held at the Olympic Sports Center Stadium in Hangzhou,

the capital of Zhejiang Province, China, on the 22nd at 8:30 pm (Korean time).

He led the Korean athletes from the front as a co-flag bearer at the opening ceremony.

3,020 athletes from 44 countries according to the order of the English alphabet abbreviations of the National Olympic Committees (NOCs) belonging to the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA).

2,101 executives and a total of 5,121 participants were introduced one by one, and the Korean team appeared in the 15th order of the day.

At the head of the team, dressed in navy blue uniforms and red ties,

Kim Hee-jin, who is visually impaired, and Joo Jeong-hoon,

who has no right hand, held up a large Taegeukgi together.

Kim Hee-jin, who was selected as the flag bearer, held the opening ceremony.

Prior to this, he expressed his feelings, saying, “I am honored to have been entrusted with such an important role.”

Joo Jeong-hoon also expressed his excitement, saying, “I am very nervous because it is a burdensome position,

but I want to walk well representing Korea.” and expectations at the same time.

As they had decided, the two players stood at the front of the team and said ‘cool’ They walked.

The two players, holding the large Taegeukgi,

walked toward the center of the stadium without wavering, and when Korea was called,

they waved the Taegeukgi together and applauded.

Kim Hee-jin He held on to the flagpole with both hands, and Joo Jeong-hoon held the tip of the national flag and stretched it out.

Kim Hee-jin, who completed her duties as flag bearer, said, “I felt a new emotion.

My heart was full when I appeared representing my country as a flag bearer.

I looked back on that day and said, “I felt like I had to do better in the game.”

Joo Jeong-hoon said, “My heart felt big.

I will definitely compete in the next competition as well.

“I thought I wanted to participate,” she said.

Kim Hee-jin, captain of the women’s goalball team, is participating in the Asian Para Games for the third time, but has not yet won a medal.

At last year’s World Championships, they advanced to the finals by defeating Japan,

known as ‘the world’s strongest,’ and then finished as runners-up and qualified for the 2024 Paris Paralympic Games.

As they are riding a good trend in recent international competitions,

they are expected to win a medal in this competition.

My hope of being able to compete has grown.

At the team selection ceremony held at the Icheon Athletes’ Village in Gyeonggi Province on the 13th

Kim Hee-jin said, “There are many formidable opponents in this tournament,

such as China and Japan, but I will not give up and do my best until the end.”

He expressed his determination going into the competition, saying, “As always, I will break my body and block it.”

The women’s goalball team will begin its medal journey starting with the match against Iran on the 23rd.

2020 Tokyo Paralympics bronze medalist Joo Jeong-hoon will participate in his first Para Asian Games.

Taekwondo was adopted as an official sport for the first time in this competition.

Joo Jeong-hoon said, “I didn’t want medals (in sports for the disabled) to look easy,

so I gritted my teeth and trained harder.”

Eun expressed his determination, saying, “I will go into the competition with the mindset that it is no use unless I get a gold medal.”

Joo Jeong-hoon said, “I have competed against players ranked 1st to 4th in the world in international competitions, but I can’t win.

I think there is.

He strengthened his resolve, saying, “I want to become the first gold medalist in this competition and become a player who opens the way for younger players.”

Joo Jeong-hoon will take on the golden kick in the men’s 80kg class on the 25th.


For Kang So-hwi, International Competitions were a Catalyst

Raised Eye Level, Faster Footwork… For Kang So-hwi, International Competitions were a Catalyst, Not a Burden

Kang So-hwi shares his thoughts on how his off-season international travels have helped him.

Kang So-hwi was on the court long before the start of the Dodram 2023-2024 V-League.

This was due to his non-stop international schedule, starting with the FIVB Volleyball Nations League (VNL) 2023, followed by the Asian Volleyball Confederation (AVC) Cup 2023, the final qualifiers for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, and the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games. 카지노사이트킹

It can be physically demanding, but Kang hasn’t let it get to him yet.

He’s been unwavering in both defense and offense, and he’s leading the team as captain.

In the third-round match against Pepper Savings Bank at Gwangju Pepper Stadium on April 15, Kang scored 12 points with a 47.62% attack success rate to help his team to a shutout victory (25-23, 25-23, 25-15).

After the game, a huge cheer came from the away team’s locker room next to the interview room.

Kang So-hwi came to the interview room only after the cheers died down.

When we asked Kang So-hwi what the cheers were about, he said, “Originally, we were supposed to stay overnight after the game for 1.5 nights, but (Han) Suzy suggested to the coach that we get two nights.

Before the coach could answer, everyone cheered first, creating an atmosphere that the coach had no choice but to approve,” he said.


SSG, Live Pitching with Advance Experience of Automatic Ball Judgment

SSG, Live Pitching with Advance Experience of Automatic Ball Judgment and Pitch Clock

Professional baseball SSG Landers performed live pitching in an environment where they could experience the automatic ball judging system (ABS) and pitch clock in advance.

SSG said on the 14th, “On the 13th local time, the pitchers held their first live pitching at the Biro Beach Spring Camp in Florida, USA.”

They added, “We experienced the pitch clock in advance by installing timers behind the catcher and on the center fence in the outfield. 바카라사이트

“While checking the tracking data, I also felt the difference between the strike zone judged by humans and the zone judged by machines.”

Korean professional baseball will introduce ABS from the opening game of this season, and the pitch clock will be piloted in the first half of the year.

SSG In order for players to quickly adapt, an ‘environment suitable for the new regulations’ was established.

On this day, Seung-won Moon, Min-ho Park, Seung-geon Baek, Byeong-hyun Jo, Sang-jun Seo, Min-jun Choi, Doo-sol Han, and Geon-wook Lee took the mound.

Seung-won Moon threw 20 balls and recorded a maximum fastball speed of 143 km/h.

He said, “It was fun to pitch in a situation where there was a batter after a long time.

“I’m not very satisfied, but it wasn’t a bad pitch, and it’s going smoothly in the direction I aimed for,” he said.

“I focused on control rather than velocity and checked by throwing all possible pitches at a 70-80% level.”

The pitcher who pitched live that day Seo Sang-jun, who threw the fastest ball at 149 km/h, said, “I prepared a lot from last year to this camp, but I felt lacking in this pitching.

He pitched with the idea of ​​throwing my own ball, and said, “I want to throw more elaborately next time,” and added, “The coaching staff gave me various advices during the camp, and I was happy that it worked in this pitching.”

Pitching coach Bae Young-soo said, “This time, I checked the preparations the players had made during the camp.

Today, they set up a set position and threw, and they showed good performance in quick pitch and slide step.”

Coach Bae specifically evaluated, “Moon Seung-won is improving his technical skills during the camp, and as much as he puts in effort, things are going in the desired direction.

He tried various things, such as throwing a high ball, and showed a good performance.”


Chairman Bach, Who Showed Off the ‘Finger Heart’

Chairman Bach, Who Showed Off the ‘Finger Heart’, Said, “Gangwon 2024 is an Unprecedented Success”

“It was a festival enjoyed by 250 million people on social networking services (SNS).

Congratulations on the unprecedented success.”

Thomas Bach, Chairman of the International Olympic Committee (IOC),

evaluated the 2024 Gangwon Winter Youth Olympic Games (hereinafter referred to as Gangwon 2024)

as a successful event and expressed his gratitude and congratulations to Gangwon Province and the Games Organizing Committee. 바카라사이트

Gangwon 2024, which opened on the 19th of last month,

concluded its 14-day journey with a closing ceremony held at the outdoor plaza of Gangneung Olympic Park in Gangwon-do on the 1st.

Chairman Bach, who held an official press conference held at the Gangneung Main Media Center (MMC) on this day, said,

“This is a competition that makes good use of the legacy of the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics,” and added,

“Youth athletes played in the facility where the Olympics were held six years ago, showing a lot of interest.”

“I was moved,” he said.

In particular, he highly praised the performance of the Dream Program,

the ‘soft legacy’ of the PyeongChang Winter Olympics.

This project was designed to provide experience and training programs,

such as skiing and skating, to youth in developing countries who have difficulty accessing winter sports and to promote cultural exchange and global friendship through sports.

Silver medals were won in the men’s and women’s categories in the bobsled monobob (single-seater).

Other Tunisian and Thai athletes grew into Winter Olympians through this program.

Chairman Bach highly praised the event, saying, “Thanks to the Pyeongchang Olympics that opened a ‘new horizon,’

14 people who went through the Dream Program participated in Gangwon 2024,

providing special solidarity to the whole world.”

He also expressed his gratitude to the ‘Shine Crew’,

the 1,984 volunteers who made the event shine,

saying, “The tireless passion and support of the volunteers, always smiling and ready to help,

led to the success of Gangwon 2024 and contributed to the Olympic movement.”

Added, “Athletes and the Olympic family feel great satisfaction from Gangwon 2024,” and predicted,

“If the participating athletes use this competition as a stepping stone to participate in the adult Olympics,

they will not be intimidated and will receive great help in preparing for the competition.”

He then announced that the venue for the next Winter Youth Olympics in 2028 will be decided and announced at the end of this year or early next year.

As Chairman Bach left the MMC, he presented a specially made IOC badge with the Olympic rings in the shape of a heart to the volunteer and took a photo with them. 카지노사이트 백링크