Hanwha Chae Eun-sung turned into a Korean evangelist in his spare time during the field training for the 2023 Spring Camp held at Belbank Park in Mesa, Arizona, on the 4th (Korea Standard Time).
Chae Eun-sung was located next to Hanwha’s new foreign hitter Brian Ogrady. After finishing stretching and simple catch ball training, he moved to the outfield for defensive training.
On his way to the outfield, Chae Eun-sung repeated several times, counting one in Korean and two counting with his fingers to ten. 토토사이트
At first, it seemed awkward and I didn’t copy it well, but after a few tries, Brian O’Gredi made a similar pronunciation. Chae Eun-sung smiled proudly.
When Brian O’Gredi, who was happy with Chae Eun-sung’s compliment, pretended to dance a horse dance (?), his colleagues smiled broadly. I prepared for defensive training in a friendly atmosphere.
Chae Eun-sung has been teaching Ogredi Korean numbers in detail with his fingers since work.
Hanwha Brian O’Gredi played 112 Triple-A games in the U.S. in 2019 and had a batting average of 120 hits and 0.280 at 429 at-bats. With 28 home runs and 30 doubles, he recorded about half of his hits as long hits.
Brian O’Gredi “came to win” after joining the team. “I hope all my colleagues come to me easily,” he said.