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 Hanwha Eagles ‘Super Rookie’ Kim Seo-hyeon (19) finally made her debut as a pro. It was as expected.

Kim Seo-hyun had his first bullpen pitching at the 2023 spring camp in Mesa, Arizona, USA on the 5th (local time). It was the first power pitch he had since spring camp started in earnest on the 1st.

In bullpen pitching that day, Seohyun Kim threw 21 pitches and tested her fastball, curveball, slider, and changeup. In particular, his fastball speed was up to 151 km. Considering that it is still in the early stages of spring camp, it is an amazing speed.

Seohyun Kim, a graduate of Seoul High School, was honored with the first overall pick in the 2023 KBO Rookie Draft. He was nominated by Hanwha in the rookie draft held in September last year.

Kim Seo-hyun boasts a strong physique with a height of 188 cm and a weight of 91 kg. Above all, he is regarded as a promising player who can command a fast ball of 150 km. He has such outstanding skills that his name is always mentioned along with Shim Jun-seok (Deoksu High School), who was originally considered the greatest language. He throws a splitter, curveball, and changeup, as well as a fastball that reaches up to 155 km.

After being nominated by Hanwha, he signed a contract for joining with a down payment of 500 million won. 메이저사이트

He was named to the spring training roster, and it was his first bullpen pitching that day. The evaluation of the coaching staff is also good.

Pitching coach Jose Rosado said, “Kim Seo-hyun is still a young player, so we need to wait and watch him a bit more. He is trying to give him freedom so that he doesn’t feel pressured.” do,” he said.

After finishing bullpen pitching, Kim Seo-hyun said, “Today, I threw with 70-75 percent strength. I threw while paying attention to balance and control, and if I gave myself a score, I think it would be around 60-70 points.” I will pay more attention not to get injured and will work harder with strengthening exercises.”

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