Its Big League Challenge Go Woo-Seok

Woo-seok, who declared his bid for the major leagues after leading the LG Twins to their first Korean Series win in 29 years, expressed his position on advancing to the big leagues.

As a player representing the LG Twins, he declared that he would not sign an embarrassing contract. 먹튀검증사이트

The final out count that confirms the Korean Series victory.

It was a moment to let go of LG’s 29-year-old resentment, but Go Woo-seok was strangely calm at the end.

“My mind went blank and I thought, ‘People who have eaten meat know (the taste),’ and if I had won, the ceremony would have been cool… ‘Did I really win?’ “I thought like this, I could have done this…”

Decisive moments that made the combined victory possible.

Thanks to the amazing persistence of his teammates, Go Woo-seok also knew he would win.

“I think it gave me the goosebumps the most when (Park) Hae-min made a sliding catch. I thought, ‘This is something that happened to us, but we did it,’ and I thought, ‘I feel like I’m in the mood for (winning).’ .”

Although it was a happy ending, this season was difficult for Go Woo-seok.

The interview controversy that erupted ahead of the WBC in March.

His joking remark, “If Ohtani has no place to throw, I’ll hit him where it doesn’t hurt,” was even introduced to the Japanese media and he became the target of criticism. To make matters worse, he was unable to play a single game due to a sudden shoulder injury, which doubled his suffering.

“(At first) I said, ‘I want to throw it hard in the middle,’ but (the reporter) asked me to talk about it in a fun way. It was my fault for saying something that could have been misunderstood. I never once said, ‘I want to throw it hard in the middle.’ “I’ve never learned baseball like this: ‘Get it right on purpose.’ I think that was the most upsetting thing.”

Go Woo-seok declared a new challenge as soon as he shook off the memories of his hardships by winning.

“We kept talking to the club about things like, ‘I will apply for a (Major League) posting when we win the Korean Series.’ I’m excited because I think there may come a moment when I can develop into a better player. It’s not like, ‘I’m going out unconditionally.’”

Although I am one step closer to my dream, I plan to maintain LG’s pride in finishing.

‘He gets a big contract like Lee Jung-hoo. He’s a player of that class.’ I don’t think so. But I think he should have pride. He’s going to represent the LG Twins under his name, so he shouldn’t end up with an embarrassing contract. I think

“It’s my dream to go to the major leagues and play baseball, but it’s also my dream to play baseball at LG. Thank you for always supporting me.”

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