Na Seong-beom (34, KIA Tigers), who wore the Taegeuk mark again after 8 years, expressed his will to play an active part.

On the 15th (Korean time), after completing the KIA spring camp training in Tucson, Arizona, USA, Seong-beom Na met with reporters and said, “I feel nervous after joining the national team for the first time in 8 years. “I just wanted to do it. Now I’m a bit older. I want to get along well with my seniors and lead my juniors and get good results,” he said.

Na Seong-beom, who made his professional debut with the NC Dinos in 2013, has been on the national team for the third time after the 2014 Incheon Asian Games and the 2015 Premier12. The first Taegeuk mark worn after moving to KIA last year. Na Seong-beom, who played an active role as a key hitter for KIA last season and even won the Golden Glove, is expected to contribute greatly to the national team in this tournament. 슬롯사이트

Na Seong-beom said, “It’s always good to be selected for the national team. If you call me, I’m ready to play any time. I feel better when I’m older. It’s the WBC, which happens once every four years, and it feels good to be selected at an age where I can use my strength.” ” said He said, “Originally, I focus on physical strength in the off-season, but this year, I started technical training early. There is no pitcher, so I wanted to see the ball with a pitching machine. Before joining the national team, there is a part where I took a lot of momentum quickly.” said. He added, “It’s the first time I’ve started the season like this, but I’m trying to get in shape as quickly as possible for the game.” He said, “It is difficult to say that I have come up to some extent in the current situation. After joining the national team, I may take more training. I plan to proceed according to the situation.”

Na Seong-beom said, “I saw videos of players who joined the Japanese national team. They had really great results, and they all seemed like ace-level pitchers.” said. He expressed his will to do his best, saying, “The strength of Korean baseball is the persistence of not giving up until the end.”

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