KT Wiz Park Kyung-soo (39) talked about why veteran players run after technical training.
At the spring camp held on the 10th (Korean time) at the Kino Sports Complex in Tucson, Arizona, USA, Park Kyung-soo said, “The weather is so nice. It’s definitely good because you make your body in a warm place. My body seems to be getting better. It is also easy to play. I have a goal and I am doing well according to that goal. Personally, the club and the coach suggested that we stay together for one more year, so we have to show the results to the fans. I gained a lot of gratitude, and I want to finish well.”
Park Kyung-soo, who came for an interview after running for a while after finishing technical training, said, “I’m sorry for being late.” “It’s a special order from the director. Senior players have some skills, so they are running after training every day to take care of their physical strength,” he explained the reason for running.
After technical training by coach Lee Kang-chul’s special order, the players who are playing are senior fielders such as Park Gyeong-soo, Park Byeong-ho, Hwang Jae-gyun, Lee Sang-ho, and Jang Seong-woo. As the players are already technically complete, they are doing reinforcement exercises under the judgment that stamina to play a long season is more important.
“I don’t think my stamina has improved yet,” said Park Kyung-soo with a laugh. Hearing such words would make him proud.”
Park Kyung-soo had his worst season last season, recording a batting average of 102 (20 hits in 166 at-bats), 3 homers, 10 RBIs and an OPS of .427 in 100 games. However, coach Lee Kang-cheol emphasized Park’s role as a veteran and is still citing him as a starting second baseman candidate this season. 카지노
Park Kyung-soo, who said, “I feel like I have more responsibility,” said, “I think that the coach said to be the second baseman means to prepare harder. Even if it’s not me but another player, I hope he does well at second base. And if I do well, it’s the best.”
Park Kyung-soo, who said, “I really can’t finish like last year,” said, “Even if I quit, shouldn’t I do it in a way that I can understand both as a team and as an individual?” He continued, “It doesn’t mean that I am going to retire. As he played baseball, he thought he would make it to 38, but he passed that goal. Now, each year is so precious. I didn’t know until this moment came, but when it was time to let go, baseball became a little warmer and more earnest.”
Park Kyung-soo, who said, “I didn’t set a specific goal” about his goal this season, said, “I want to fill the required at-bat while playing without injury. In order to do that, I think I should prepare well from now on. In order to fill the required at-bat, you must be free of injuries and have good grades. That’s how I am strengthening my will this year,” he said, burning his will to rebound.