Ko Woo-suk, who signed a contract with the San Diego Padres of the Major League Baseball, has left for the U.S. to prepare for the first season.
Ko Woo-suk lowered himself, saying his goal is to be on the roster first.
This is reporter Kim Jang-hyun.
Ko Woo-seok left for the U.S. during the Lunar New Year holiday.
Ko Woo-suk, who dramatically signed with San Diego with the deadline for posting ahead of him, has been delayed due to a delay in issuing his visa and has been slightly delayed from leaving the country.
“I was worried that my visa would be delayed than I thought, so I was able to leave on time.”
As the departure is delayed, Ko Woo-suk starts his breathless schedule as soon as he arrives in the U.S. on Lunar New Year’s Day, Korean time.
“I understand that it’s a full-fledged start from the 11th after arriving and taking a physical test the next day.”
We have to compete fiercely with top pitchers such as Yuki Matsui and Robert Suarez, but it is reassuring to have major leaguers such as teammates Kim Ha-sung and brother-in-law Lee Jung-hoo.
“I’m so thankful that Ha-sung is so happy to be on the same team and welcomed me, and I should ask him to buy me something (if he decided to meet with Lee Jung-hoo and eat something delicious).”
Ko Woo-seok will participate in the spring camp where pitchers and catchers will participate from the 12th, and from the 17th, the entire team will begin training where fielders such as Kim Ha-sung will join.
His goal is to make the 26-man roster for the opening game. He is determined to make his first Major Leaguer report to Korean fans as the opening game of the Seoul Series will be held at Gocheok Dome in Seoul on the 20th of next month.
BY: 토토사이트 추천