‘Hanwha 1st nomination → KIA trade’ Unfinished giant gun, I asked why it didn’t explode at Hanwha
Byun Woo-hyeok (23) left Hanwha with a trade in November last year and moved to KIA. The KIA sent right-handed fireballer Han Seung-hyuk and pitcher Jang Ji-soo to Hanwha to bring the incomplete giant.
Byun Woo-hyuk joined Hanwha after receiving the first nomination in 2019. He was highly anticipated and quickly returned to the army after playing his first season as a pro. He could not show much activity due to an injury last year when he returned from the Sangmu baseball team.
A trade can be a turning point. KIA brought in Byun Woo-hyuk because they needed a right-handed gun, and they plan to develop it by giving them a chance right away this year. A 23-year-old prospect who has completed his military service, has much more time ahead than in the past four years.
After returning to Korea on the 26th after completing the first spring camp in the United States, Byun Woo-hyeok was asked about his impressions of the camp in the new team. There was no such thing,” he said.
“During the first camp, I had a lot of training, so I thought it would be nice if I didn’t get sick. He took good care of me in the training part, and the coaches and coaches took good care of me, so I did well without any major problems.” 카지노
After the trade, it’s getting a lot of attention. Byun Woo-hyuk said, “I definitely feel more responsible, and I feel like I’m getting better every year, so I want to say that I am always confident in what the club and fans expect. And we are working harder to live up to expectations,” he said confidently.
In the first year of his debut in 2019, he played 29 games in the first team with a batting average of 2.26 (12 hits in 53 at-bats) and 1 home run OPS. .
Until last year, Hanwha couldn’t show anything. I asked myself how to diagnose the cause. Byun Woo-hyuk said, “When I was a rookie in my 20s, I didn’t really know how to look and just bumped into each other. Then it seems that it didn’t go well, and since I was able to play baseball for two years in the military (Sangmu Baseball Team), I tried this and that and got my own direction.”
He continued, “Last year, compared to the number of at-bats, the pace and long hits were good. I thought it was very good from the camp and the practice game, but if there were no injuries, I would have received more opportunities last year. Due to injury, the period of stay in the first team was about 40 days from mid-June to mid-July.