“Lee Seung-yeop gave me the hardest time” Lindblom “WBC final is USA vs. Japan”

Josh Lindblom, former 2019 KBO MVP who announced his retirement at the age of 35, revealed that Seung-yeop Lee was the hitter who bothered him the most in the KBO League.

In a recent chat with MLBTR readers, Lindblom said, “There are a lot of great hitters in the KBO league. ‘Lion King’ Lee Seung-yeop always gave me a hard time. He’s probably the best hitter in KBO league history.”

Regarding the most memorable moment of his life in Korea, Lindblom said, “Winning the Korean Series and MVP award are memorable. But the best part was watching my children grow up in a foreign country.”

When asked which of the cities he visited in Korea was his favorite, he said, “I liked Seoul, but the French toast I had in Daejeon was the best I’ve had in my life.”

He said that he liked throwing at Jamsil Stadium and Sajik Stadium among KBO league stadiums. That’s not the case with American hotels.

Lindblom also pointed out the difference between the major leagues and overseas leagues, “I would say the biggest difference is depth. The bench level is low.” 메이저사이트

When asked if he wanted to go back to Korea, he said, “I definitely want to visit again. But to play as a player…” he left a lingering impression.

When asked which one he prefers, Korean barbecue or Memphis barbecue, Lindblom answered “Korean barbecue”.

In the WBC final, it was predicted that “the United States and Japan” would be the team to face.

After being selected in the second round of the draft by the Los Angeles Dodgers, Lindblom played for six major league teams. He returned to the majors ahead of the 2020 season, signing a three-year contract with the Milwaukee Brewers.

After his retirement, Lind Blum is working as a player development manager for Milwaukee. It was reported that he would primarily coach young players in Double-A and Triple-A.

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