‘There is no better example’ Yoo Sang-bin, who started his professional life as a foster player, practiced long toss with his senior Chae Eun-seong in the outfield in the midst of the rain.

Daejeon Eagles Park on the 18th, where the first game of the three-game series between the Hanwha Eagles and Doosan Bears will be held. Due to the rain from the morning, a large tarp had already been installed on the ground.

2:30 p.m. As usual, it is time for the home team’s Hanwha players to train on the field. Due to the rain, the Hanwha players were warming up indoors. At this time, two players stood out in the outfield, stepping vigorously in the rain and spraying the ball.

The main characters are Chae Eun-seong and Yoo Sang-bin. Chae Eun-seong, a rumored practice bug, continued long toss training at a distance of 40 to 50 m with Yoo Sang-bin, his second-year professional junior. Both players shot the ball directly into the opponent’s glove.먹튀검증

Yoo Sang-bin joined as a training player and recorded a batting average of 0.326, 15 hits, 4 RBIs and 3 runs in 17 games last season. Yoo Sang-bin, whose strength is his quick feet and aggressive play, showed his presence by blowing the thrilling end of extra time in the last home game last season with few chances.

He has only played 1 game this season, but he is working hard with a sincere attitude and dreaming of becoming a starting player.

Chae Eun-seong, an outfielder with a net worth of 9 billion won, is a good example for Yoo Sang-bin. Chae Eun-seong, a long-term hitter who has risen to the current position through endless efforts, is still working hard enough to not lag behind younger juniors in practice.

It was a short time, but Chae Eun-seong and Yoo Sang-bin trained together in the rain. Chae Eun-seong, a practice bug, is a good example for Yu Sang-bin, a rookie in his second year as a pro.

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