Kang Jung-ho School’s 3rd student confirmed Son Ah-seop won two gold medals, GG Kim Jae-hwan now sweats Lee Catcher instead of Kim Joo-won

Son A-seop (35, NC Dinos) is one of the heroes at the end of the 2023 season. He also became the top hitters in the 2023 KBO Golden Glove designated hitter category, which took place at COEX Auditorium in Samseong-dong, Seoul on Sunday.

How much stake will Kang Jung-ho (36) take in the revival of Son A-seop who showed poor performance in the 2022 season? Son spent a month batting training with Kang and Huril at the Kang Jung-ho Academy in Los Angeles for the past month in January. It was a kind of private tutoring, and the training was perfect.

Son will train with coach Kang next year before joining NC Spring Camp in Tucson, Arizona, the U.S. However, unlike this year when he started training in early January, he will join the team from mid-January next year. As captain, he will participate in the team’s January schedule and fly to LA.

And Son Ah-seop said that there is a player he wants to go to LA with next year while playing this season. On this day, he said, “I was originally going to go with Joo Won and Se Hyuk, but Joo Won said it was difficult personally, so I decided to go with Se Hyuk.” 스포츠토토

Son referred to Kim as the “second Francisco Lindor (New York Mets)” in the Tucson spring camp last year. Although he is a long-term junior, he took good care of Kim, who is very talented. However, Kim will not be able to move to LA in January due to his personal schedule.

After all, Park Se-hyuk is the third KBO Leaguer from “Kang Jung-ho School.” In this season’s 88 games, Park was sluggish with a batting average of 0.211 with six homers, 32 RBIs and 35 runs scored with an OPS of 0.654 points, or 0.205. It did not match his four-year, 4.6 billion won FA contract.

He is basically a defensive catcher who has strengths in game management. However, Son said, “He wants to learn it, with the last struggle before it’s too late.” Son will go to LA in mid-January, but Park Se-hyuk will go a little faster.

Kang Jung-ho School’s second KBO Leaguer is already sweating along with Kang. It is Kim Jae-hwan (35, Doosan Bears). If Kim Jae-hwan and Park Se-hyuk, who have suffered from batting stagnation in recent years, see the effect of Kang’s school, the number of extracurricular students may increase.

Kang recently posted a message on his YouTube channel, Kang Jung-ho, asking any hitters to contact him whenever they have concerns about a hit. “There is no guarantee that he will solve the problem 100 percent, but I am confident that he will analyze and persuade others on the reasons for his slump and future direction.”

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