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Park Chan-ho, “Ahn Woo-jin’s defense” Choo Shin-soo’s remarks “what the era does not want”

‘Korean Express’ baseball commentator Park Chan-ho revealed his thoughts on the recently controversial remarks made by Choo Shin-soo (SSG Landers) about the WBC team.

According to News 1 on the 14th, Park Chan-ho, who served as KBS commentator for the 2023 World Baseball Classic (WBC) to be held in March, visited the Arizona spring camp of the Kiwoom Heroes on the same day.

Commissioner Park, who met with the reporters here, asked a question about Choo Shin-soo’s remarks, and after asking, “Isn’t the generational change of the national team going well?” It’s not. It’s what the times don’t want.”

On the 19th, Choo Shin-soo made a remark about the national team through DKNET, a Korean American radio broadcast, and was hit hard.

At the time, Choo Shin-soo said about the generational change of the national team, “If you look at Japan, which is the closest to you, there are many new faces when you play international competitions. But our Korea…” He said, “Just look at Kim Hyun-soo (35, LG Twins). Kim Hyun-soo’s performance as a representative of Korea “It’s a really good player, but I think I would have seen the future. If I had looked at the future rather than the current performance, many players would not have gone, and more players should have been selected. Until when, Kwang-Hyun Kim (35, SSG), Yang Hyeon-jong (35, KIA Tigers). Wasn’t there an article in Japan saying, ‘There is another Kim Gwang-hyun’?”

At the same time, Choo Shin-soo said, “As I experienced (in Korea), there are many young and talented players. (20, Hanwha Eagles) say they lack pitches, but there are no pitchers who can throw as much as they do now. The same goes for Ahn Woo-jin. It is what Korean baseball should do to create opportunities for these players to show up in international competitions and go abroad.” insisted.

Choo Shin-soo also emerged as the best pitcher in the league, but regarding An Woo-jin, who failed to qualify for the national team due to controversy over school violence in the past, “(Ahn Woo-jin) clearly did the wrong thing and it’s very unfortunate to see it as a third party. He is a player who has the talent to become a player…” and “I am also playing baseball in Korea, but there are so many things I don’t understand. It seems that it is not easy to forgive in Korea. I regretted it, got punished, got suspended, and I did everything, but I can’t go to international competitions.”

He continued, “There is something I want to say to many baseball seniors. I was born early and played baseball early, so I am not a senior. “Baseball first and born first, seniors, not adults, but juniors are going the wrong way and exercising in the wrong place, they should raise their voices and try to be of some help, but I just watch. That’s a bit unfortunate,” he said in his voice. Raised.

In response, Commissioner Park said, “If Choo Shin-soo is the manager, Choo Shin-soo is right. We have to defeat Japan, and to do that, we may need An Woo-jin. We respect Choo Shin-soo’s opinion,” he said. “There is no need to judge his judgment as good or bad. This also Shin-soo Choo’s thoughts and beliefs.”

“I don’t think there will be a generational change because An Woo-jin is there. An Woo-jin is not yet. It is something the times do not want,” said Commissioner Park. Could the baseball world be more mature?”

Lastly, Commissioner Park said, ‘Don’t be unfair’ even when he met Ahn Woo-jin earlier. All you have to do is set a good example by returning the love you received from the fans to the child fans. The thoughts of big players have a lot of influence.” 메이저사이트

On the other hand, Commissioner Park is a ‘Korean baseball legend’ who became the first Korean player to advance to the American professional baseball Major League (MLB) during his active career. From 1994 to 2010, Commissioner Park, who wore uniforms for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Texas Rangers, San Diego Padres, New York Mets, Philadelphia Phillies, New York Yankees, and Pittsburgh Pirates, recorded 124 wins, 98 losses and 20 saves in 476 major league games (1993 innings). He posted an ERA of 4.36 in 2 holds. Since then, he has also played in the Nippon Professional Baseball (NPB) and KBO leagues.

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