“I don’t care about age.”
The Samsung Lions held a spring camp in Okinawa, Japan. Due to the corona 19 blocking the sky, Samsung is training in Okinawa in three years. Oh Seung-hwan, the best pitching staff member, went to Okinawa early, and is improving his condition while looking forward to the start of the season.
When Oh Seung-hwan appeared in Japan, the local media also began to pay attention. It is because Oh Seung-hwan was active on the Japanese stage as well. He served as a closer for the Hanshin Tigers for two years from 2014 to 2015, recording 4 wins, 7 losses, 80 saves, and an earned run average of 2.25.
On the 4th, the Japanese sports media ‘Sponichi Annex’ conducted an interview with Oh Seung-hwan. The media said, “Oh Seung-hwan will play an active role as a closer this season,” and “he expressed a strong desire for 400 saves in the KBO League and 500 saves in Korea, the U.S. and Japan.”
Oh Seung-hwan is challenging two records this season. Oh Seung-hwan, who recorded 370 saves in the KBO League, will reach the 400 save mark if he adds just 30. If he adds 8 saves, he will record 500th career save in Japan and Korea. 메이저놀이터
If he maintains his pace, Seunghwan Oh will be the main character of this year’s history. Oh Seung-hwan plans to put down his greed and do his best in every match. He said, “There are 30 left until 400 saves in the KBO League, and if you add 8, it will record 500 saves in Korea, the US and Japan. I want to work toward that goal. I’m doing my best when I do it,” he said.
It may be difficult to maintain his skills due to his considerable age, but Oh Seung-hwan has overcome it with thorough self-management. He believes that skill is more important than age. He expressed his confidence, saying, “For veteran players, age is often mentioned before skill or skill. .