A lovely baby captivated the eagle corps.
On the 6th (Korean time), the Hanwha Eagles set up a spring camp at Bell Bank Park in Mesa, Arizona, USA.
On this day, a welcome guest who made the faces of the players smile came.
The main characters are Brian O’Grady’s wife Delaney and daughter Mila.
While O’Grady was in the midst of fielding drills in the outfield, his wife drove their daughter in a stroller to camp. The players, including Chae Eun-seong, who followed, all stopped and exchanged greetings at the baby’s innocent smile.
Asked her name and waved her hand, trying to get the baby’s attention by making a “cute: sound”. Everyone forgot about training for a while and looked at O’Grady’s daughter with an uncle’s smile.
O’Grady showed the aspect of a ‘daughter-fool’ father and couldn’t take his steps easily. Several times she stroked her daughter’s face and made eye contact. He waved her hand, kissed her wife, and lifted her foot with difficulty.
Even for O’Grady, this day is special.
Because it was the first time her 9-month-old daughter, Mila, came to the ballpark where she played.
“It’s really cool,” O’Grady said of his wife and daughter’s visit to the camp. It has a special meaning because it is the first time my daughter has come to the baseball field where I play. My family is my biggest motivator, and the fact that my wife and daughter come to the baseball field with me anytime, anywhere makes me happier.” 슬롯사이트
Fans will be able to meet O’Grady’s family at the home stadium in Daejeon at the end of May.
“My wife and daughter will be returning home to Florida after spring camp,” said O’Gredi. Her wife wants her daughter’s first birthday to be spent with her family’s relatives, so she plans to come to Korea later. My birthday is also a week after my daughter’s birthday, so I think I will be able to see her family in Korea by the end of May.”
Meanwhile, Hanwha signed a contract with O’Grady for a total of $900,000, including an annual salary of $700,000 and an incentive of $200,000.
Born in 1992, an American national, O’Gredi is a power-hitter type right-handed left-handed outfielder who can expect more than 20 homers. He can cover all outfield positions, including center fielder.