Jang Hyun-seok ’10K in 5 innings’…final check ‘all clear’

Jang Hyun-seok, the only high school pitcher to be named to the Asian Games baseball team, is making his final tune-up before the call-up, and his consistently powerful pitches have raised expectations.

Jang is a reporter.

Jang Hyun-seok, who joined the Los Angeles Dodgers in Major League Baseball last month, warmed up before the game in a Dodgers practice uniform.

He pitched in a practice game against Masan Yongmago in front of the national team coaching staff for his final practice check, and despite not having pitched in an official game since the Presidential Games earlier this month, his powerful delivery remained unchanged.

He gave up one run on a fielding error, but struck out 10 in five scoreless innings, and his fastball was clocked at 150 mph.

After a clean final inspection, Jang Hyun-seok was determined to win a gold medal alongside his professional seniors.

NC’s Koo Chang-mo, whose injury had raised the possibility of being dropped from the roster, made his first appearance in three months today (April 19) against KT’s second team.스포츠토토

He topped out at 145 kilometers per hour on his fastball and struck out two in two scoreless innings, though it’s unclear if he met the eye of manager Ryu Jung-il.

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