Peña, who wore a Hanwha uniform this year following last year, approached right next to Jung Woo-ram after his catch ball. 바카라사이트
Jung Woo-ram was asked to show his grip on his specialty, fastballs with fast rotational speeds and league-class changeups.
Jung Woo-ram explained to Peña the grip of holding the ball for about five minutes, and Peña also showed repeated practice several times. It was so serious that other pitchers came close and watched this.
Peña was also seen practicing the grip shown by Jung Woo-ram during training. Hanwha Peña joined the team in June as a substitute for Nick Kingham last year and faithfully played the starting role. He played more than five innings nine times, including five quality starts in 13 appearances, and signed a contract with Hanwha in 2023 because he showed good pitching as he continued to play.
Jung Woo-ram is the team’s oldest and has already entered his 20th season. He is a veteran among the veterans who pitched in 952 KBO League games and recorded 197 saves and 137 holds.
However, there was a hiatus last year when he was away from the first division for more than 100 days due to shoulder pain. Since his return in September, he has recorded seven holds in 15 games, showing his former appearance again.
Jung Woo-ram said about his 1,000-game trip, “I’ll have to try. I ran without a sense of record, but I think this will be meaningful. I will definitely do it this year. It has to be done. The captain’s role comes first, but he said, “You have to run well until the end and play 1,000 games.”
As a captain, Jung Woo-ram said, “Hope is Hanwha’s leap and escape from the dark ages. So, I don’t think of 1,000 games as well as positions and roles as important,” he said.
Meanwhile, the Hanwha Eagles began their second spring camp in earnest on the 28th at Gochin Down Park in Naha, Okinawa, Japan.
Starting with a practice game against Lotte on the 2nd of next month, Hanwha is scheduled to return home on the 9th after five practice games, including SSG on the 3rd, Lotte on the 5th, KIA on the 7th, and Samsung on the 8th.