Son Ah-seop, If you Take Away Go Young-pyo’s Change-Up

Son Ah-seop “If you Take Away Go Young-pyo’s Change-Up, I’ll Use a Dual-Wielding Style Too”

The KBO League’s second-highest hitter’s desire to double as a pitcher.

Son Ah-seop (36, NC Dinos), who was on the verge of becoming the number one player in Korean professional baseball’s career hits,

coveted the changeup of ‘pitcher’ Go Young-pyo (33, KT Wiz).

It was a single word that revealed Son Ah-seop’s ‘greed for baseball.’ 카지노사이트위키

Son Ah-seop

At the 2024 Shinhan SOL Bank KBO Media Day held at the Lotte Hotel in Jung-gu, Seoul on the 22nd,

when the host asked what he wanted to take away from other players,

Son Ah-seop said, “Go Young-pyo’s changeup,” making fans excited.

He confided, “If I steal Ko Young-pyo’s change-up, wouldn’t I be able to play as Korea’s first ‘double-hitting pitcher’?”

“I have a lot of desire for baseball, so I want to play as both a hitter and a pitcher.”

In reality, Son Ah-seop has no intention of becoming a pitcher.

However, I felt envious while watching Go Young-pyo’s dancing change-up at bat.

Go Young-pyo

Ko Young-pyo smiled cheerfully at the mention of Son Ah-seop’s changeup,

who ranks second in the KBO with the most hits (2,416) after KBSN Sports commentator Park Yong-taek, who had 2,504 hits.

In fact, what Son Ah-seop wants most this year is to face off against his old teammate Jeon Jun-woo (Lotte Giants) in the postseason.

Jeon Jun-woo, who visited Changwon NC Park last year and saw Son Ah-seop playing on the fall stage, was confident,

“Since reliable coach Tae-hyung Kim has come, of course we can go to the postseason.”

Accordingly, Son Ah-seop expected, “If we meet (former team) Lotte on the fall stage,

we will be able to create a drama.”

Doosan Bears right-handed slugger Yang Seok-hwan was envious of Choi Jeong’s (SSG Landers) record.

Yang Seok-hwan hoped, “I want to make Senior Choi Jeong’s career home run count my own.”

Choi Jeong-eun, who has hit 458 home runs in his personal career, will surpass Doosan coach Lee Seung-yeop’s record of 467 home runs if he adds 10 more this season.

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