The professional baseball NC Dinos are preparing for the final season in Tucson, Arizona, USA, ahead of the season opening next month.
NC is determined to shake off the disappointment of finishing in 6th place last season and advance into fall baseball this year.
NC’s battery training news, the reporter will deliver the calm.
The training ground in Tucson, Arizona, USA, where the NC Dinos of professional baseball are in the middle of their spring camp training.
Athletes are lightly warming up before the actual training session.
Luchinski, who played an active role as an ace last season, returns to the United States and even Yang Eui-ji, a full-powered nuclear catcher, leaves, but the training intensity of the players is higher than ever.
The biggest goal of this field training is to form a new lineup, starting with catcher Park Se-hyeok, who was recruited from Doosan.
The new foreign pitcher, Taylor Widener, is expected by the coaches by throwing fastballs exceeding 150 km/h in the in-house Cheongbaek match.
Foreign hitter Jason Martin was added to the outfield where two national team members such as Park Kun-woo and Son Ah-seop were in good health, and NC one-club man Park Min-woo is expected to play an active role in the infield without Jin-hyeok Noh.
Coach In-kwon Kang, who took off the tag of ‘acting’, was confident that NC would become a dark horse when this season begins.
[Soundbite] Kang In-kwon/NC Dinos Head Coach: “With Park Se-hyeok and newly recruited foreign players, if we can achieve a ‘harmony of old and new’ , we will surely play better this season than last year…” (8th) After returning to Korea, on the 13th at Changwon NC Park, we will start an exhibition match against the LG Twins.