“If I get a chance, I really want to try (leader).”

Oh Seung-hwan (41, Samsung Lions), the king of the KBO league, expressed his desire for a leader in an interview with local Japanese media such as ‘Sports Hochi’ on the 3rd.

Oh Seung-hwan is currently conducting a team spring camp in Okinawa, Japan. Oh Seung-hwan had experience playing for the Hanshin Tigers of Nippon Professional Baseball (NPB) for two seasons from 2014 to 2015. Naturally, Japanese reporters flocked to Oh Seung-hwan, and Oh smiled and responded to the interview.

Oh Seung-hwan exchanged various stories with local reporters, such as listening to the current situation of a colleague who played together at Hanshin. Oh Seung-hwan heard the story of his colleagues who started their leadership lives one by one, and told Japanese reporters, “If I get a chance, I really want to try (leading). I can learn from myself, and I can teach my (success) secrets.” said.

Oh Seung-hwan has various experiences, not only in the KBO league, but also in the NPB and major leagues. He also has excellent records. He is showing off his presence as the best finishing pitcher, leaving 8 steps behind the total 500 saves in Korea, the US and Japan. Although he is in his 40s, he still surprises many with his stamina. 카지노사이트

Oh Seung-hwan said, “I don’t care about getting older. Veterans often say age first before skills or skills, but I want to change that (trend). I want to prepare properly before the age question comes. I am in good shape, and I am well prepared.”

He added, “The pitching style has changed a bit. You have to throw according to your age. There is a slight difference from the Hanshin days. The number of pitches has also increased by about two, and the difference in speed between the two-seam fastball and slider is given. Last year, the curve ratio also increased.” .

Oh continued to receive questions about his teammates while playing for Hanshin, and also talked about Shintaro Fujinami (29), the youngest member of the pitching team at the time. Fujinami challenged the big leagues after signing a posting (private competitive bidding) contract with the Oakland Athletics offseason.

Oh Seung-hwan, who had major league experience from 2016 to 2019, gave generous advice for juniors. He sent a cheering message, saying, “Getting along with your teammates by understanding the team atmosphere is the best.”

Lastly, Seunghwan Oh talked about the practice match between Samsung and Hanshin on the 19th. He smiled, saying, “I don’t think there is a chance to throw. There is pressure when you throw in a game with Hanshin.”

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