Asian Cup, Jurgen Klinsmann is Injured Again

Asian Cup, Jurgen Klinsmann is Injured Again… Moon Seon-min Suffers Hamstring Injury

Kim Jin-su and Hwang Hee-chan are recovering quickly… “Available for selection”

Another injury occurred on the Klinsmann, which is attempting to win the Asian Cup for the first time in 64 years.

Side striker Moon Seon-min (Jeonbuk) collapsed. 카지노사이트탑

Jurgen Klinsmann

The Korean national soccer team, led by coach Jurgen Klinsmann, trained in preparation for the round of 16 match against Saudi Arabia at the Al Egla Training Center in Doha, Qatar, on the afternoon of the 28th (local time).

Moon Seon-min could not participate in the training that day.

An official from the national team said, “Moon Seon-min suffered a strain on his right hamstring (the muscle behind the thigh) during training yesterday, so he was unable to participate in training and decided to receive treatment at his dorm.”

This official also said, “We anticipate that Moon Seon-min will not be able to participate in the Saudi Arabia match.”

Moon Seon-min did not play in a single game in this tournament.

The national team has had difficulty forming a line-up due to injuries to flanking resources one after another.

In particular, left defender Kim Jin-soo (Jeonbuk) and striker Hwang Hee-chan (Wolverhampton), who were classified as key resources, were suspended until the second game of the group stage, and left defender Lee Ki-je (Suwon) was also injured in the second game.

Fortunately, Kim Jin-su and Hwang Hee-chan returned to the line as substitutes in the third game.

Lee Ki-je, who had been doing recovery training separately from training the previous day, also improved enough to be able to train with other players on this day.

A national team official said, “Hwang Hee-chan and Kim Jin-soo’s physical condition has improved a lot.

They are almost able to play full time.

I thought they would be able to play full time from the quarterfinals, but the treatment went well and the players worked hard to play the full game against Saudi Arabia.

“I don’t know the time, but I have recovered to a level where I can play as a starter,” he said.

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‘Smith Dominates 4Q’ Women’s Basketball Samsung Life Insurance

‘Smith Dominates 4Q’ Women’s Basketball Samsung Life Insurance Escapes Losing Streak by Holding on to Hana One Q

Hana One Q veteran Kim Jong-un, the second player in history to score a total of 8,000 points… 126 points behind Jeong Seon-min

In the women’s professional basketball league, Yongin Samsung Life Insurance widened the gap by holding a match against Bucheon Hana One Q for 3rd and 4th place.

Samsung Life Insurance

The Samsung Life Insurance defeated Hana One Q 65-58 in the Woori Bank Woori WON 2023-2024 Women’s Professional Basketball Regular League away game held at Bucheon Gymnasium on the 28th.

Samsung Life Insurance, breaking off a two-game losing streak, maintained third place with 10 wins and 11 losses on the season. 온라인카지노사이트

On the other hand, fourth-place Hana One Q, which suffered four consecutive losses, recorded only 7 wins and 14 losses, falling behind Samsung Life Insurance by 3 games.

In the first quarter, Samsung Life Insurance, led by Lee Hae-ran and Kang Yu-rim with 7 points each, led 24-9.

Hana One Q, whose early performance was so poor that they were not able to score a single point until 4 minutes and 4 seconds before the end of the first quarter, gained the upper hand in rebounds in the second quarter and started to explode with outside shots, creating a close game and narrowing the score to 33-34 at the end of the first half.

As the battle continued in the second half, Hana One Q took advantage of the opportunity created by a steal at the end of the third quarter to level the score at 46-46 with 1 minute and 9 seconds left, and with 28 seconds left, Shin Ji-hyun’s 3-pointer succeeded in turning the score around at 49-48.

Samsung Life Insurance, which gave up the game, was down 50-56 with 8 minutes and 12 seconds left in the fourth quarter, but then launched a major counterattack.


Starting with Kiana Smith’s 3-point shot 7 minutes and 47 seconds before the end, she scored 10 points in a row and predicted victory with a 60-56 lead with 1 minute and 50 seconds left.

With 39.7 seconds left, Smith’s 3-pointer made it 65-58, solidifying the victory.

Smith led the way in victory with 21 points and 6 rebounds, including 10 points in the fourth quarter, while Lee Hae-ran scored 13 points and 7 rebounds.

Bae Hye-yoon also performed at a triple-double level (12 points, 11 rebounds, 9 assists).

Hana 1Q’s 36-year-old veteran forward Kim Jeong-eun became the second player to surpass 8,000 points in her career, following former national team coach Jeong Seon-min (8,140 points), the all-time leading scorer in women’s professional basketball.

Kim Jong-un, who added 16 points on this day, has a total score of 8,014 points, which is 126 points behind former coach Jeong’s record.

In addition, Yang In-young scored 16 points and 7 rebounds, and Shin Ji-hyun scored 12 points, but they did not lead to Hana One Q’s victory.

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Bopana, Oldest Winner of the Australian Open Men’s Doubles

43 Years Old Veteran Bopana Becomes the Oldest Winner of the Australian Open Men’s Doubles

After 61 attempts, he rose to No. 1 in the world and set a new record with Matthew Ebden.

The ball sent by the opponent hit the court with a strong smash from Rohan Bopana (43, India, photo right).

Bopana’s face, covered with a grizzled beard, was full of joy.

This is the moment when the oldest winner and world number one was born at 43 years and 321 days old.

Rohan Bopana

Bopana paired up with Matthew Ebden (37, Australia) to defeat Simone Bolelli and Andrea Babasori in the men’s doubles final of the Australian Open, a major tournament held in Melbourne, Australia on the 27th (local time) (total prize money: 86.5 million Australian dollars, approximately 76.1 billion won).

(Italy) defeated the group 2-0. Bopana made his 61st appearance in men’s doubles at a major tournament and enjoyed his first win. 카지노사이트위키

Previously, the best result was a runner-up finish in the men’s doubles at the 2010 and 2023 US Open.

With this win, Rohan Bopana broke the record for the oldest person.

Bopana was ranked No. 1 in the men’s doubles world for the first time in his life in the world rankings announced on the 29th.

Mike Brian (USA) set the previous record by more than two years when he ranked first in the world in July 2019 at the age of 41 years and 76 days.

The record for the oldest major tournament men’s doubles championship also goes to Bopana.

Bopana will set a new record that Jean-Julien Roger (France) achieved by winning the 2022 French Open at the age of 40.

At the awards ceremony, Bopa Na showed off his composure as a veteran.

He asked the audience, “Do you all know how old I am?” and then added, “I’ll change that a little bit.

“I am not 43 years old, but I am level 43,” he said.

His partner Matthew Ebden said: “For Bopana, age is really just a number.

“He is young at heart, a champion and a warrior.”

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Giants’ Lee Jung-hoo gets 1st hit at home; Padres’ Kim Ha-seong commits 2 errors

Lee Jung-hoo of the San Francisco Giants hits a single against the San Diego Padres during the clubs' Major League Baseball regular-season game at Oracle Park in San Francisco, April 7. AFP-Yonhap

It took him three games, and the San Francisco Giants’ Korean rookie Lee Jung-hoo finally has a hit at home.From the leadoff spot, Lee batted 1-for-4 and scored a run as the Giants defeated the San Diego Padres 3-2 at Oracle Park in San Francisco on Sunday.Lee led off the bottom of the first inning with a single to center against starter Matt Waldron. It snapped a 0-for-11 slide for Lee, whose previous hit had come against the Los Angeles Dodgers on the road Tuesday.Lee had seen his batting average dip from .292 to .200 during his hitless skid. Lee did not have another hit Sunday, but his batting average rose slightly to .205.For the Padres, Korean shortstop Kim Ha-seong went 1-for-4 with an RBI to pick up his first hit of this three-game series in San Francisco. But the usually sure-handed fielder, who won the 2023 National League Gold Glove at the utility spot, committed two errors, the first time he has been charged with multiple errors in a game in his big league career.The first of those errors came in the bottom of the sixth, with the Giants up 2-0. Kim fielded a routine grounder off Lee’s bat but airmailed his throw well over the head of first baseman Jake Cronenworth.Lee advanced to second on a single by LaMonte Wade Jr. and then to third when Michael Conforto drew a walk. Lee then scored the Giants’ first run on a fielder’s choice grounder by Matt Chapman. Kim atoned for his mistake on that play, as he grabbed the ball on a tricky short hop and made an off-balance throw to second for the force out in a close play.

But Kim’s next mistake, which came in the eighth inning, proved more costly.The Giants still trailed 2-1 when they had runners at the corners with one out. Conforto hit a groundball right at Cronenworth, who stepped on the first base bag for the second out and threw to Kim in an attempt to complete the inning-ending double play.However, the ball popped out of Kim’s glove when he tried to tag the shoulder of the runner, Jorge Soler, and trickled into center field. That allowed pinch runner Tyler Fitzgerald to score the tying run.As the inning continued, Chapman knocked in the go-ahead run for the Giants with a single to right field.All three Giants runs were unearned, as they came following Kim’s errors. Kim’s RBI gave the Padres a 2-0 lead in the sixth, but it went for naught.”It felt good to get an RBI with a runner in scoring position, but I am disappointed to lose this game on my errors,” Kim said. “But we have more games coming up. I’ll just have to play better.”Kim said the ball slipped out of his hand on the first error and insisted he wasn’t conscious of the fact that it was Lee running down the line. “Some umpires don’t let us take a rosin bag on the field, and I think it was the case today,” Kim said.As for the second miscue, Kim said, “I didn’t catch the ball cleanly, and the ball came out when I made contact with the runner.””You can make mistakes, but it’s frustrating to make two in the same game,” he added.The Giants took two out of three at home against the Padres.These two National League West rivals have already played seven times this season. They split their four-game series during the final week of March in San Diego.Their next meeting will be in September in 토토사이트 San Diego

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Companies prone to take more shareholder-friendly policies

 A notice on the 60th annual general meeting of Namyang Dairy Products, a KOSPI-listed company, is seen outside the main entrance of the firm's headquarters in southern Seoul, March 29. Yonhap

A lower number of proposals were made by shareholders and added to the agenda during the general meetings of listed companies this year, research released Monday showed.The meetings took place mostly in March.The research carried out by the Korea ESG Research Institute attributed the decline in the number of proposals to listed firms’ efforts to settle contested issues amicably with shareholders through dialogue outside the meetings.The research noted that the contested issues were mostly put up to a vote under a hostile environment at the meetings.Of the 4,528 items addressed by 689 listed companies this year, those based on proposals from shareholders totaled 52.The 2024 figure was down from 72 in 2022.In particular, only five of the 52 were related to demands for a dividend hikes, a common interest among shareholders.In 2023, 14 items dealt with such demands.

“It can be said the management are trying to be shareholder-friendly by dealing with the demands for higher dividends through dialogue,” the institute wrote. “This practice is an improvement as management used to go head-to-head with shareholders through a vote.”The institute pointed out that activist funds are complying with management’s calls for dialogue after they failed to woo retail investors at the general meetings.Activist funds have been noted for increasing pressure on listed firms to enhance shareholders’ voting rights, especially in line with the government’s Corporate Value-up Program aimed at improving corporate governance and ensuring higher shareholder returns.As part of efforts for higher returns, the listed companies increasingly retired treasury stocks, the institute said.Some 9.8 percent of the 689 surveyed companies retired treasury stocks before hosting their general meetings this year. The figure more than doubled from 2023.“We welcome the listed firms’ moves to improve governance structure under the Corporate Value-up Program,” 슬롯놀이터 the institute said.

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Hyundai Motor, Kia expand into India’s booming EV market

Yang Heui-won, right, president of Hyundai Motor and Kia’s R&D division, and Jeong Duk-gyo, left, vice president of the electric vehicle parts purchasing subdivision of Hyundai Motor Group, pose with Exide Energy CEO Mandar Deo after signing an agreement to cooperate on EV batteries in India at the carmaker’s R&D center in Hwaseong, Gyeonggi Province, Monday. Courtesy of Hyundai Motor Group

Hyundai Motor and Kia will use battery cells produced by a local Indian company for their future EVs sold in the West Asian country, a move to increase their presence in the blossoming Indian EV market, the carmakers said Monday.The carmaking firms of Hyundai Motor Group said they signed a strategic cooperation agreement for local production of battery cells for India-specific EVs with India’s battery maker Exide Energy, at their R&D center in Hwaseong, Gyeonggi Province.Exide Energy is a subsidiary of Exide, a leading battery company in the Indian lead-acid battery market, which has been active there for over 75 years. Exide Energy aims to start the pilot production of EV battery cells as early as the end of the year.Initially, Exide Energy will develop and produce lithium iron phosphate (LFP) battery cells, which will be supplied to Hyundai Motor and Kia’s production bases in India. The battery cells from Exide Energy will be equipped in their future India-specific EVs, marking the first EVs to use locally produced batteries.The agreement covers the carmakers’ India-only EVs, diversifying battery sources and strengthening the responsiveness of India’s EV market, which is set to grow even larger in the near future, the Korean carmakers said.”Hyundai Motor and Kia will pursue joint cooperation for the development and production of battery cells that will be used in Hyundai Motor and Kia’s EVs, expand the partnership for electric models including EVs and hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) and secure price competitiveness,” the carmakers said.

Hyundai Motor and Kia will cooperate with Exide Energy in all stages from development of batteries to mass production to ensure quality. Furthermore, the companies also plan to respond jointly to the Indian government’s EV policies.India, one of the top three car markets in the world, is considered one of the countries actively pursuing an electrification strategy, including offering incentives to companies starting EV production on its soil. The Indian government also announced plans to expand the share of EV sales to 30 percent of total vehicle sales by 2030.Hyundai Motor and Kia expect that EVs equipped with domestically produced batteries will become a favorable purchasing factor for Indian consumers. Also, they expect the partnership will decrease the risks of geopolitical uncertainties spreading across the global economy.“India is an important market where electrification is expected to expand in the future, and securing cost competitiveness through battery localization from the beginning is important,” said Yang Heui-won, president of Hyundai Motor and Kia’s R&D division. “It is very meaningful that the upcoming India-specific EVs to be mass-produced in India will be the first EVs using batteries produced locally by an Indian company.”Hyundai Motor previously announced plans to invest about 200 billion rupees ($2.4 billion) from 2023 over 10 years for the establishment of EV production facilities and infrastructure in India. In 카지노사이트킹 particular, by 2028, it aims to introduce six EV models and install a large number of EV charging stations.

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Han Hyo-joo, Ju Ji-hoon to star in sci-fi thriller ‘Blood Free’

Actors Han Hyo-joo, left, and Ju Ji-hoon pose during the press conference for the series, 'Blood Free,' at Conrad Seoul in Yeongdeungpo District, Seoul, Monday. Courtesy of Disney+

Actor Han Hyo-joo is returning with another Disney+ original series, “Blood Free,” after playing the lead role in the platform’s smash-hit series “Moving” last year.”The script [for this series] was a brilliant story that’s [aptly timed]. I enjoyed it so much that I wrote a diary after getting the script,” Han said during a press conference for the series at Conrad Seoul hotel in southern Seoul’s Yeongdeungpo District, Monday.”I was so happy to finally have such a good script coming to me. The script made my heart pound that much.”The sci-fi thriller series, scheduled to roll out on Wednesday, follows a biotech company CEO, Yoon Ja-yu (Han), who commercialized lab-grown meat.

Trailblazing in the new field, she has become a high-profile figure, yet at the same time, constantly faces threats, leading her to hire a personal bodyguard, Woo Chae-woon (Ju Ji-hoon).When she and Woo investigate a series of mysterious deaths around them, the two come together to uncover the truth and the figure behind the incidents.The series, which is expected to offer a thought-provoking look at the potential consequences of biotechnological advancements, is scripted by popular writer Lee Soo-yeon, who is known for the 2017 hit thriller 온라인카지노 series “Stranger,” and directed by Park Chul-hwan, who previously led the Disney+ original series “Grid

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S. Korea’s unilateral sanctions against Russia show significant downturn in bilateral ties

Russian President Vladimir Putin, left, and North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un examine a Soyuz rocket launch pad during their meeting at the Vostochny Cosmodrome outside the city of Tsiolkovsky in the Russian Far East's Amur region, Sept. 13, 2023. AP-Yonhap

South Korea’s unilateral sanctions on Russia point to a downturn in the bilateral relations between Seoul and Moscow, experts said Monday.South Korea imposed sanctions against two Russian vessels on April 2, which it says were carrying military cargo to North Korea, as well as two Russian individuals and legal entities linked to Pyongyang’s nuclear and missile programs.This came after Russia vetoed the annual renewal of a panel of experts on March 29, which had spent the last 15 years monitoring the United Nations sanctions against North Korea over its nuclear weapons and ballistic missile programs.Following South Korea’s first unilateral sanctions on Russian vessels and nationals, Russia’s foreign ministry summoned South Korea’s Ambassador to Moscow Lee Do-hoon on Friday to protest Seoul’s sanctions.Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Andrey Rudenko said Moscow considers the sanctions as “another unfriendly move” by Seoul, according to Russia’s Sputnik news agency.Moscow also called on Seoul to “abandon counterproductive sanctions and force measures that provoke a further increase in tension on the Korean Peninsula.””This is an unfriendly move by Seoul and is deeply regrettable. The imposition of illegitimate sanctions will have a negative impact on relations with Russia,” Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said Wednesday during a weekly briefing.The Russian Embassy in Seoul spokesperson said the embassy had no further comment.

“South Korea-Russia relations are deteriorating, and I think they will continue to decline even after the war in Ukraine ends,” Hyun Seung-soo, a Russia expert at the Korea Institute for National Unification, said.”Moscow and Pyongyang have been deepening their military ties following North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s visit to Russia last year,” Hyun added. “Russia needs North Korea not only for weapons for its war in Ukraine but also for geopolitical competition in Asia. It has a strong desire to unite with North Korea to stand against a U.S.-led world order.”Doo Jin-ho, a research fellow at the Center for Security and Strategy in the Korea Institute for Defense Analyses, said, “It seems clear that there is an escalating friction between Seoul and Moscow. Their relations are unlikely to see progress this year because the North Korean nuclear and missile issues continue to serve as risk factors on the Korean Peninsula.”Experts said South Korea needs to make a bold approach toward Russia by continuing to act in accordance with the norms of international law.”We must continue to look for options of putting pressure on Russia in accordance with the norms of international law as the North Korean nuclear threat poses serious security threats to the Korean Peninsula. We should make formal complaint against Russia’s move to pose a nuclear threat and recognize North Korea as a nuclear state,” Hyun said.Doo added, “It looks difficult to [repair] Seoul-Moscow relations. We need to revise our policy goals and make efforts to prevent Moscow-Pyongyang from becoming too close. One way to proceed would be to send an envoy, vice foreign minister, for instance, to Russia to 스포츠토토존 ease tensions.”

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Crow, who showed off his ball power of 154km in maximum restraint

최고구속 154km' 구위 뽐낸 크로우, '투구수 관리' 숙제로 남았다 [광주 현장]

KIA Tigers foreign pitcher Will Crow harvested his second win of the season based on his strength of ball power. However, managing the number of pitches remained a homework.

Crow started Game 1 of the 2024 Shinhan SOL Bank KBO League season against the Samsung Lions held at Gwangju-KIA Champions Field on Monday, and recorded two hits, three strikeouts and no run in five innings. Crow pitched 93 pitches, following fastballs (34), sliders (31), changeups (16), sweeper (7), two-seam (3), and curve (2). The maximum speed of fastballs was 154 km/h.

Crowe won the opening game of the regular season against the Kiwoom Heroes on April 23 by allowing six hits (one homer) and five strikeouts (four earned runs) in five ⅔ innings, and became a losing pitcher in the game against the Doosan Bears in Jamsil on April 30 by allowing six hits (one homer) and five strikeouts and five runs in four ⅓ innings. Compared to his previous two appearances, Crowe was not too bad in terms of content.

Crow made a good start by blocking the top of the second inning without allowing a single run. However, the process was not easy. Kim Hyun-joon in the top of the first inning and Kang Min-ho in the top of the second inning dragged on to a seven-pitch game, and Kim Young-woong, who was at the batter’s box with two outs in the top of the second inning, bullied Crow by hitting a double after a 10-pitch game. Crow then threw 36 pitches during the first two innings of the game.

Crow finished the inning relatively quickly with 17 pitches in the top of the third inning and 11 pitches in the top of the fourth inning, but threw 22 pitches in the top of the fifth inning alone, and was no longer able to defend his mound. He had to be satisfied that he met the requirement to become a winning pitcher. KIA started its bullpen session from the top of the sixth inning with its 3-0 lead, and maintained its lead until the end with its 5-2 victory.

The coach encouraged Crow by stressing the positive aspects. “Crow was not responsible for many innings due to the number of pitches, but he did not allow any runs, contributing greatly to the team’s victory,” Kia Tigers coach Lee Bum-ho said.

Crow, who became the winning pitcher in about two weeks, was also aware of his shortcomings in the content of his pitches. Crow said, “I prepared a lot to throw according to the situation and count. I’m satisfied with the content of the game, and I like how the game went as I wanted.”

“It was a bit disappointing because I had a walk. I tried to control the number of pitches with changeups, my main weapon, but I think the number of pitches increased because Samsung hitters endured the changeups well. Next time, I think we need to find a way to further supplement that and control it,” he said.

Meanwhile, Crow also didn’t forget to mention catcher Han Jun-su. In the previous two games, he had a battery with Kim, and for the first time on the day, he played with Han. Crow expressed satisfaction, saying, “I prepared consistently before the game with Han Jun-su, and I had a conversation about how to throw and what I wanted, so I think this result came out.”


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Lotte’s Kim Jin-wook takes the 2nd division selection class

Lotte Giants left-hander Kim Jin-wook, who failed to join the opening entry, will focus on starting classes without a call-up for the first team for the time being. The decision takes into account both the future of the team and Kim’s style of play.

“I think Kim Jin-wook’s starting pitcher is more suitable for him first,” Lotte manager Kim Tae-hyung said ahead of the first game of the season against the Doosan Bears in the 2024 Shinhan SOL Bank KBO League at Sajik Baseball Stadium in Busan on the 5th. “If you go up in the middle of the bullpen, you have to compete with one or two batters, and your control should not be shaken there. I think starting pitchers are more suitable for Kim Jin-wook than bullpen because they can cope with the next batter.”

Kim Jin-wook graduated from Gangneung High School in 2021 and joined Lotte as the first overall pick in the second round of the rookie draft. He was named the best pitcher early on due to his outstanding skills among pitchers of his age when he was an amateur.

While in his second year of Gangneung High School, Kim Jin-wook recorded an overwhelming record of 11 wins and 1 loss, 132 strikeouts and 1.58 ERA in 91 innings at official high school competitions. As a senior, he played in 10 games this year as well, recording 36 ⅔ and 1.70 ERA in high school games.

However, he has faced many challenges to become a professional. In 2021, when he made his debut in 49 games and 45 ⅔ innings, Kim Jin-wook failed to meet expectations with four wins and six losses, eight holds, and a 6.31 ERA. Although he made a surprise entrance to the final entry for the Tokyo Olympics, he failed to show steady growth. In the second year of the 2022 season, he had two wins and five losses, and a 6.56 ERA in 46 ⅔ innings in 14 games.

Kim Jin-wook started the 2023 season by fixing his position as a bullpen. He played well in the must-win group, but his final result was hardly good enough to give him a good score with 2 wins, 1 loss, 8 holds, and 6.44 ERA in 50 games and 36 ⅓ innings.

Kim Jin-wook has already entered his fourth year as a professional player, but he has not clearly established himself in Lotte’s pitching staff so far. Due to the team’s situation with a lot of pitching resources and his slow growth, he welcomed the opening of the regular season in the second division, not the first division, on the 23rd of 사설토토 last month.

Kim Jin-wook failed to impress Coach Kim Tae-hyung during the exhibition games. He had three hits, one walk, one strikeout and no run in two ⅔ innings, failing to give confidence to the coaching staff.

Naturally, in order for Kim Jin-wook to be listed on the first-team entry, he needs a result that the coaching staff can understand. As there are still many seasons left, he must calmly raise his pace and regain his ball control and control.

Lotte started the 2024 season with a rotation of five starting pitchers, followed by Aaron Wilkerson, Charlie Barnes, Park Se-woong, Na Kyun-an and Lee In-bok. However, Kim Jin-wook can only return to the mound at Sajik Baseball Stadium if he has a record that can appeal with his skills in the Futures League, as he always has to secure enough alternative starting resources when adjusting the starting rotation due to injury or cancellation of rain.


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