Roki Sasaki and Park Se-woong will go head-to-head

‘165km Monster’ Roki Sasaki and ‘Glasses Ace’ Park Se-woong will go head-to-head.

The Lotte Giants will hold their second Okinawa spring training camp from Feb. 21 to March 5. The team will hold a joint training session with the Chiba Lotte first team at Nishizaki Baseball Stadium on Feb. 22 and two exchange games on Feb. 24 and 25.

The club previously held a joint training and exchange game with Chiba Lotte 2nd team in February last year at the Ishikagi Municipal Stadium in Okinawa Prefecture, Japan.

“With the full support of the Group, the club plans to regularize exchanges with Chiba Lotte in the future to make the most of the advantages of a brother club,” said Park Jun-hyuk, head coach of the club. 토토사이트 “In addition to exchanges, we will continue to communicate with players and coaches to share various know-how.”

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Lotte and Chiba Lotte’s first-team exchange match will resume after 17 years since 2007. Lotte’s Wilkerson and Chiba Lotte’s Kazuya Ojima will be the starting pitchers in the first game of the exchange on the 24th. In the second game on the 25th, the matchup was finalized with the announcement of Park Se-woong and Sasaki Loki, the ace pitchers of both Korean and Japanese Lotte clubs. In addition, key players such as Jeon Jun-woo, Koo Seung-min, Kim Won-joong, Han Dong-hee, and Yoon Dong-hee are preparing to be in top form for the exchange game.

“It’s not easy to arrange a practice game with an NPB team, so I’m grateful to the club for organizing such an exchange game,” said Lotte head coach Kim Tae-hyung. “It will be a great experience for the players, as there will be more than just practice games with Chiba Lotte in the future.”

“I am very much looking forward to the practice game with the NPB League’s prestigious team and brother club,” said Kim Won-joong, a relief pitcher. “It is a great motivation to be able to play practice games with excellent players. 파워볼실시간 We will prepare well and show a good performance.”

In the future, Lotte plans to develop the Korea-Japan Lotte Exchange Game into a group-wide event, not just between the two clubs.

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