On the 11th, Akama Ball Park, Okinawa, Japan, before the practice match between Samsung Lions and Chunichi Dragons.
Many fans came to the baseball field to watch the game that day. A female fan holding a cheering towel caught the eye of Samsung head coach Lee Byeong-gyu during his Chunichi days.
Eri, who lives in Okinawa, said, “I became a fan after being fascinated by Coach Lee Byung-gyu’s excellent hitting. It was the reason I fell in love카지노사이트 with Korean baseball,” she said.
Head coach Lee Byung-kyu recorded a career batting average of .254, 253 hits, 28 homers, 119 RBIs and 1 steal while playing for Chunichi for three years from 2007. In his first year of debut, he contributed to the Japan Series championship with a batting average of 2.6, 2 runs, 9 homers and 46 RBI.
Mr. Eri, who showed a picture taken with head coach Lee Byung-gyu’s signed uniform during his Chunichi days, said, “I became an LG fan after coach Lee Byung-gyu returned to LG. I also like my grandson coach, who played for LG,” he promised.
Ahead of the game, Head Coach Lee Byung-kyu met with his old teammates, whom he had formed during his days at Chunichi, after a long time. The coaching staff as well as the club staff greeted head coach Lee Byeong-gyu with a bright smile as soon as they saw him.
Meanwhile, Eiji Ochiai, head coach of Chunichi Ochiai, who served as the Samsung pitching coach and manager of the Futures, met with the Samsung players ahead of the game and had a good time.
In particular, the pitchers who had received coach Ochiai’s heartfelt lessons laughed endlessly in front of the teacher they had met after a long time. Coach Ochiai encouraged the players to train hard during the camp and achieve good results this season in good shape.