Since the opening of this season, the LG Twins have been in an emergency system by building a new team after injuries occurred one after another in the bullpen, including Ko Woo-seok (25) and Baek Seung-hyeon (27). Lim Chan-gyu (31), who played various roles in the bullpen, such as long relief, changed his position to starter. Immovable finishing pitcher Ko Woo-seok is expected to return to the first team at the end of this month due to a back injury. In the midst of this, new faces such as Park Myeong-geun (19), a rookie, and Yoo Young-chan (26), who has been playing stably for the first time this season, are adding strength to the bullpen. Coach Yeom Gyeong-yeop, who judged the two as LG’s present and future, plans to use them as finishing pitchers to accumulate experience if the opportunity arises.
Coach Yeom said, “(Park) Myeong-geun has already made one save before the match against Kiwoom Heroes in Jamsil on the 9th. (Yoo) Young-chan also shows the qualities of a closer. The mental part needs to be stronger, but both have good parts to be close enough.” “It is still early in the season, and there is no Go Woo-seok. I am thinking of giving them a chance to get on the mound as closers and gain experience.”토토사이트
LG declared ‘win now’, but coach Yeom plans to open the way for them to accumulate experience and grow in order to prepare for the future of the team. He said, “I know that there are not a few players who are called that, such as Yeom Dong-won and Yeom Geon-chang. After all, players need opportunities. In that respect, I will give the players a steady chance. Park Myung-geun and Yoo Young-chan are the same,” he emphasized.
But there was a clear line. Manager Yeom said, “I think it is good for individual players, teams, and coaches to use players who need growth and opportunities while operating it like that until about 50 pennant races. However, we will not operate like that when we need to see the game (for the team’s performance).”