Jang Hyun-seok, a right-handed pitcher from Masan Yongmago, surprised everyone last month when he became the first high school student to make the national baseball team. Jang said there’s a player he’d like to see on the Hangzhou Asian Games team.Jang Hyun-seok draws batters’ bats with his fastball, which he throws from his 6-foot-3 frame. Jang Hyun-seok, who unofficially throws up to 158 kilometers per hour, showed off his fastball바카라사이트in his first appearance in three months after recovering from an injury. He also showed guts in the dugout, striking out and performing the “hissy fit” at an opposing team for protesting the balk. “I don’t want to look like I’m dead or anything like that, so I’d appreciate it if you could just think of it as a performance.”Jang Hyun-seok, who wears the Taeguk mark but is still in high school, has a lot of questions for his seniors in the pros. In particular, he’s looking forward to meeting hard-hitting pitchers like Hanwha’s Moon Dong-ju and LG’s Ko Woo-seok. “I would like to meet Go Woo-seok and Moon Dong-joo. They are both hard-throwing pitchers, and they are the main players on the team, so I want to learn things like how to run a game, so I want to meet them the most.” He may be the first high school player ever to represent his country, but his ambitions for Hangzhou are as high as those of a professional athlete.”I have a dream to pitch against Japan or Taiwan, even if it’s just one batter. I will strike out and come down (the mound) very comfortably.”Meanwhile, Jang Hyun-seok said he is “50/50” on whether he wants to play in the U.S. Major League Baseball or the Korean Baseball Organization, where he is the No. 1 overall draft pick.

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