The team is considered to be the weakest in the history of the Games due to key personnel changes and self-imposed age restrictions, while gold medal rivals Chinese Taipei and Japan have increased their strength compared to previous Asian Games. 온라인바카라 They will have to hope their ‘Asian Games winning DNA’ kicks in. Ryu Jung-il-ho, who is looking to win his fourth consecutive Asian Games title, has arrived in Hangzhou for the final.
Members of the South Korean baseball team competing in the Hangzhou Asian Games arrive at Xiaoshan International Airport in Hangzhou, China, on Aug. 28. News1
The team, led by head coach Ryu Jung-il, arrived at Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport in Hangzhou, China, on Oct. 28 with bright faces. “It’s October, but it seems to be quite hot,” Liu said of his first impression of Hangzhou, adding, “We have two days to train before the first game against Hong Kong, so we will choose the starting pitcher for each game and train well to win.” “The players’ physical condition seems to be good,” he said, adding with a smile, “I heard that the players who went to the (Tokyo 2020) Olympics are in better shape now than they were then.”
“It’s a matter of who to start against Chinese Taipei,” Liu said, “either Kwak Bin (Doosan Bears) or Moon Dong-ju (Hanwha Eagles) will be throwing.”
Ryu Jung-il, head coach of the South Korean baseball team competing in the Hangzhou Asian Games, is interviewed upon arrival at Xiaoshan International Airport in Hangzhou, China, on Aug. 28. Yonhap News1
“We have Kim Young-kyu (NC Dinos) and Choi Ji-min (KIA Tigers),” he said, explaining that they can be utilized to handle two or three batters after the sixth inning. Regarding the lack of right-handed hitters, “Yoon Dong-hee (Lotte Giants) is in good shape. We’ll decide whether to use him as the No. 2 or No. 6 after training.”
Ryu Jung-il, head coach of the South Korean national baseball team, answers questions from reporters after arriving at Xiaoshan International Airport in Hangzhou, China, on Monday. Yonhap News Agency
Ryu’s batting lineup is likely to be based on the team’s only practice game against Sangsung on Sept. 26. At the time, the national team lined up Kim Hye-sung (second baseman-KIUM Heroes), Choi Ji-hoon (center fielder-SSG Landers), Noh Si-hwan (third baseman-Hanwha Eagles), Kang Baek-ho (designated hitter-KT WIZ), Moon Bo-kyung (first baseman-LG Twins), Kim Hyung-joon (catcher-NC), Park Sung-sung (shortstop-SSG), Choi Won-joon (right fielder-KIA), and Kim Sung-yoon (left fielder-Samsung Lions). “The batting order for the practice game is 80 percent complete,” Ryu added.
South Korea’s baseball team’s Kang Baek-ho answers questions from reporters after arriving at Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport in Hangzhou, China, on Aug. 28. Yonhap News Agency
The team will begin local training on Monday at the Xiaoxing Baseball and Softball Sports Center Auxiliary Stadium near Hangzhou. The team will not live in the athletes’ village as the baseball field is far from the center of Hangzhou, but will stay in separate accommodation near the stadium.