Ryu Jung-il to stay in charge “until Premier12”

The Korean Baseball Organization (KBO) announced today (Nov. 23) the appointment of Ryu Jung-il as head coach of the national team.

The KBO Power Enhancement Committee (Chairman Cho Kye-hyun) praised Ryu for his leadership last year, when he led a team of promising players to a gold medal at the Hangzhou Asian Games, followed by a strong performance at the APBC 2023 in November, which led to a successful generation change in the national team. He was also praised for the continuity and understanding of the players who will be the mainstays of the 2024 Premier 12 and 2026 WBC in the future.

Ryu will take the helm next month at the Gocheok Sky Dome against the San Diego Padres and LA Dodgers in a special game of the ‘MLB World Tour Seoul Series 2024 with Coupang Play’ at the Gocheok Sky Dome, 바카라사이트 and will lead the team until the Premier 12, scheduled for November.

Ryu Jung-il said, “Being appointed as the national team manager comes with a great sense of responsibility and pressure, but the generational change in the KBO’s national team strengthening plan last year has given me and the players great confidence. We will do our best to achieve excellent results in international competitions through the systematic management of the national team,” he said.

In addition,

Choi Il-un and Ryu Ji-hyun, who contributed to the growth and generational change of the national team alongside Ryu Joong-il last year, have been appointed as the national team’s two-hitting coaches and will focus on the direction of the national team, policy research and power analysis.

The KBO and the Power Enhancement Committee will finalize the coaching staff in early March and begin preparations for the 2024 MLB World Series Special Game, as well as roster construction for the 2024 Premier 12 and analysis of the countries they will face.

In addition to their work with the national team,토토사이트 추천 Ryu Joong-il, Choi Il-un, and Ryu Ji-hyun will also be actively involved in KBO events such as youth tournaments and education to help expand the baseball scene in Korea.

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