After his visit to Korea, Inaba finished analyzing the power of the team and said, "Who did you pay attention to?"

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    Japanese national baseball team manager Atsunori Inaba (47) left after a 토토사이트six-day trip to Korea. Even as the game is canceled due to typhoons and heavy rains, Inaba returned to Japan with a deep impression of the South Korean player.

    Inaba entered South Korea on Thursday with pitcher Yoshinori Tateyama and operational coach Hirokatsu Inaba. He watched the game between the Kia Tigers and the Hanwha Eagles at Hanwha Life Gls Park in Daejeon, and the KT Wiz and SK Wyverns at Suwon KT Wiz Park on Tuesday.

    The NC Dinos' showdown with the SK Wyverns at SK Happiness Dream Stadium in Incheon on Friday and the Doosan Bears' game against the LG Twins at Jamsil Baseball Stadium in Seoul was canceled due to rain and strong winds, respectively.

    The showdown between the Samsung Lions and the Kiwoom Heroes at Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul on Thursday and the Lotte Giants and LG in Jamsil on Thursday was confirmed with their own eyes.

    Among the 10 clubs, Inaba left without checking NC and Doosan, but analyzed Korean baseball, which is likely to meet at the 2019 World Baseball Softball Federation Premier 12 through a six-day schedule.

    Yang Hyeon-jong (31, Kia Tigers) took note of the Kia-Hanwha match on Thursday, which was her first Korean schedule. Yang Hyun-jong allowed five runs in six innings on the same day, but only one While Yang Hyun-jong was on the mound, he didn't get help from defense, with as many as four errors coming out. However, he pitched into the sixth inning to become a winning pitcher. The Kia Tigers won the game 6-5, thanks to Yang Hyun-jong and the bullpen's performance.

    At the Samsung-Kium match on Wednesday, Lee Jung-Hoo (21) and Park Byung-Ho (33) watched the same On the same day, Lee Jung-hoo had a multi-hit game and Park Byung-ho had one hit in four at-bats. Only two of the Kiwoom hitters hit their opponents' starter Baek Jung-hyun, 32. "Lee Jong-Hu is the son of Lee Jong-Bum, 49, who didn't hesitate to slide the head first," Inaba said after the game. "He has a simple swing and good batting control," Park Byung-Ho is good at long balls. Both Lee Jung-hoo and Park Byung-ho are good hitters, so we have to be on our guard," he said.

    At the Lotte-LG match on Thursday, LG's Go Woo-suk (21) and Jung Woo-young (20) were impressed. Ko Woo-suk came up with a no-hitter at No. 13 in the ninth inning to get the save by inducing a chariot hit. Jung Woo-young had a run in the ninth, but came up with two outs and struck out Jeon Joon-woo, 33, in the eighth to overcome the team's crisis. Inaba praised Ko as the second Oh Seung-hwan and Jung Woo-young as the second Lim Chang-yong.

    In the game against KT-SK on Tuesday, Kang Baek-ho (20·kt). Kang played with one hit and one walk and two RBIs in two at-bats, including a sacrifice fly in the first inning and a timely hit in the third, and played a big role in KT's 5-0 win over the leading SK Wyverns. In an interview with Japan's Sports Hochi, Inaba pointed to Kang as a player who should be wary of the WBSC Premier 12 and the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, saying he had an active strike on the first pitch and had a compact swing.

    Inaba expressed his feelings at the "Sports Hochi" after a six-day visit to South Korea. Inaba said, "I felt the change in Korean baseball due to the decrease in home runs. It was good to see the 60 players in the preliminary round with my own eyes. It was a meaningful week," he said.
     

     

     
     

     

     

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