KT Wiz’s ‘Young Gun’ Kim Jung-woon (19) expressed his aspirations to grow one step further through the spring camp.
On the 29th, the KT team left for Arizona, USA via Incheon International Airport.
KT’s camp, held overseas three years after the spread of Corona 19, will be held in Tucson, Arizona, USA for 33 days from February 1st to March 5th. arrive in Korea
A total of 52 people, including coach Lee Kang-cheol, who is in his 5th season with KT, 12 coaching staff and 40 players, will participate in the camp.
Kim Jeong-woon, who wore the KT uniform as the first pick in last year’s rookie draft, was also listed on the spring camp roster.
Kim Jeong-woon is a right-handed sidearm pitcher who throws a fastball and slider in the mid-140 km/h range. Kim Jeong-woon is attracting attention as a player with great potential. He signed a contract with KT for a down payment of 220 million won in October last year.
Kim Jeong-woon, who participated in the camp for the first time after coming to the pros, expressed his feelings, saying, “I am excited and I like the idea that I have to do well.”
Kim Jeong-un devoted himself to physical training throughout the winter.
He explained, “I was training in Iksan, and after New Year’s Day, I came up to Suwon and trained. I digested training focused on weight training and physical training. I also did light catch ball training.”
He said that he is improving his skills through systematic training after coming to the pros.
Kim Jeong-woon explained, 토토사이트 “The thing that has changed after coming to pro is that the training is a little more systematic. It’s not someone telling me to, it’s that I train according to the program. I’m also learning how to throw the ball from my seniors and coaches.”
Coach Lee Kang-cheol, a former legendary underhand pitcher, pointed out a problem after watching Kim Jeong-woon’s pitching.
Kim Jeong-un said, “The coach advised me to use the lower body to throw the ball. He said that there are many things to improve on my pitching form. He said that there are parts that need to be corrected, so I have been thinking a lot about my pitching form lately.”
Kim Jeong-woon set the goal of entering the first team entry for the opening game.
He emphasized, “I will experience my first season after coming to the pros, but I want to finish the season healthy without getting hurt.
“I want to start my debut season in the first team. My goal is to enter the entry first,” he showed determination.
He did not hide his greed for the best rookie this season. “I can’t say he doesn’t have a goal for Rookie of the Year,” he said.