The Samsung Lions have a secret weapon

The Samsung Lions have a secret weapon in the Korean baseball organization, and it’s growing. It’s college rookie Kim Dae-ho (23).

Kim, who started playing baseball at Jeju Shinkwang Elementary School, the same school as team seniors Kang Min-ho and Kim Jae-sung (above, catcher), is a right-handed orthodox who joined Samsung this season as a developmental player after graduating from Gunsan Sangho High School and Korea University.

He is a 6-foot-2, 185-pounder with a heavy fastball that tops out at 148 mph and a splitter, curveball, and slider that come from his excellent physique. He didn’t make the roster for the Okinawa Futures’ spring training camp in Japan, but he prepared well for the season and improved enough to earn a full-time starting role.

A club official said of Kim Dae-ho, “He is our secret weapon. 토토사이트 He has good game management skills and high fastball potential. Most importantly, he has a lot of guts and is not afraid to face any situation.”

Dae-ho Kim has been an integral part of the Future Team’s starting staff, posting a 1-3 record with a 4.23 ERA in nine games. In May, he was named the team’s MVP after going 1-0 with a 1.93 ERA in three appearances on the mound.

“Every time I take the mound, I try to pitch fast and not avoid hitters,” said Kim. The coaching staff and training staff managed me well, so after joining the team, both my pitching balance and physical condition have improved, and my velocity has increased.”

Won Tae-in, the ‘blue-blooded ace’, is Kim Dae-ho’s role model.

“I haven’t seen him since I joined the team, but he’s a great pitcher. He has a fastball, a solid changeup, and precise control. I’m especially impressed with the way he competes with hitters. I want Tae-in to learn his curveball,” he said.

As a developmental player, 사설 토토사이트 Kim Dae-ho wears number 120. “My goal is to have a double-digit number this season (as a regular player). I’m grateful for the opportunity to be in the starting rotation from my first year. My goal is to finish the season injury-free,” he said.

“I need to perfect my changeup and diversify my pitching repertoire,” he said.

“If I get the chance, I want to play in the Futures All-Star Game in July,” Kim said. He is also determined to show his value on a stage where players who are responsible for the future of their clubs are gathered together.

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