Doosan Bears left-handed pitcher Choi Seung-yong (22) has a good start to spring camp. Choi Seung-yong was picked by coach Lee Seung-yeop as a strong candidate for the 5th selection on the first day of the camp.
On the 2nd, Choi Seung-yong practiced his first bullpen pitching in training on the second day of the Doosan Spring Camp held at Blacktown International Sports Park in Sydney, Australia. Heading to the bullpen after warming up at the auxiliary pitch in the morning, he threw a total of 30 pitches, alternating with bullpen catcher Yang Eui-ji. His highest fastball velocity was 142 km.
At first, the ball was formed relatively high, probably because the body was not relaxed. Afterwards, while looking for stability, he switched partners with both will, and again, his shoulders were full of strength and the ball headed over the catcher’s head. He regained his pace with Yang’s advice, “(Choi) Seung-yong, don’t go hard.” He adjusted his senses by using fastballs and breaking balls in various courses, such as outside and inside.
Doosan coach Lee Seung-yeop visited the pitching team first and observed the pitchers’ every move. I also watched the bullpen pitching closely from behind the pitcher, and he smiled with satisfaction when he saw Choi Seung-yong, and Yang Eui-ji, who saw this, said, “Director Seung Yong-ah is smiling,” and revived the spirit of his juniors. Hearing this, Choi Seung-yong successfully finished his first bullpen pitching, boasting a more powerful pitch at the end of the pitching.
Choi Seung-yong, a third-year player who showed potential last year by going back and forth between the starter and the bullpen, is the fifth starting resource that national hitters pay attention to. On the first day of the camp, coach Lee expressed his expectations, saying, “I will have to talk more with the pitching coach, but if Choi Seung-yong takes his place as a starter, 온라인카지노 I think it will help to organize the rotation.” Doosan has already tentatively established the 4th starting lineup with Choi Won-joon and Gwak Bin in the one-two punch.
Choi Seung-yong’s spring camp assignment was also given. Manager Lee said, “I heard that the most pitches in a game last year was 83 pitches, but if you are a starter, you have to throw an average of 100 pitches or more. He should not throw 50 pitches and run out of power. I need to think about stamina once,” he said. “I think the dream of pitchers is to become a starting pitcher. Opportunities don’t come often, so he has to grab them.”
Choi Seung-yong is a left-handed stone discovered by Doosan in 2021. After leaving Soraego and joining Doosan in the 20th round of the 2nd round of 2021, he left an average ERA of 3.93 in 15 games and 2 holds in the first year, then boarded the postseason entry and accumulated valuable experience in 7 games. He showed a strong heart with 1⅔ scoreless innings in 3 games on the big stage of the Korean Series, drawing attention as a left-handed pitcher who will lead Doosan in the future. 온라인카지노
What is surprising is that Choi Seung-yong played baseball as a weekend hobby until his sophomore year of middle school, and started his professional career in earnest when he was in his third grade. Nevertheless, he used various pitches such as fastballs, sliders, curveballs, and splitters along with a flexible pitching form in high school, and contributed to Sorae High School defeating champion candidate Yatap High School and advancing to the round of 16 at the 74th Golden Lion.
Choi Seung-yong also became an issue at the Ulsan spring camp in February last year. At the time, former coach Seon Dong-yeol, a “national treasure”, transformed into a daily pitching instructor for the Bears and carefully looked at Doosan pitchers, and gave the highest praise to Seung-yong Choi’s pitching, saying, “I really have nothing to say to you.”
Attention is focusing on whether Choi Seung-yong, who left a strong impression on the national hitter following the national treasure, will be able to secure a spot as a starter for Doosan in the 2023 season.