“We are working hard to achieve 400 saves in Korean trade.”

On the 4th, Sponichi Annex, a Japanese sports media, published an interview with Oh Seung-hwan (41, Samsung Lions), who is currently training in Okinawa, Japan.

Oh Seung-hwan played in the KBO League until 2013, then played for Hanshin in 2014 and 2015.

Oh Seung-hwan, who was in his early 30s at the time and was in his prime as a player, led the league in saves with 39 saves in his first season and 41 saves in his second season.

Oh Seung-hwan, who became the oldest player in the KBO league, expressed his determination for the new season, saying, “I don’t care about getting older. When it comes to veteran players, age is often mentioned rather than skill. I want to change that atmosphere.” 카지노

Oh Seung-hwan is recording 370 saves in the KBO league and 492 saves in Korea, the US and Japan. If you add 8 saves this season, you will reach 500 saves in Korea, the US and Japan, and if you keep 30 victories, you will achieve 400 saves in KBO.

Oh Seung-hwan said, “I’m working hard to reach 400 saves in Korea. I’m preparing for the season in line with my finishing position.”

When asked if he had any plans to become a coach in Japan, such as coaching Hanshin in the future, Oh Seung-hwan replied, “If I get a chance, I want to go and study. I will be able to tell you my secret. I really want to try it.”

He also shared his feelings about missing the World Baseball Classic (WBC) national team. Oh Seung-hwan said, “I just cheer for the Korean WBC team. It can’t be helped that I wasn’t selected for the national team based only on my skills.”

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