“This year will be different” 2nd year sidearm excited at the first US camp
SSG Landers 2nd year sidearm pitcher Yoon Tae-hyeon (20) confidently said, “This year, 2nd year as a pro, will be different.”
On the 30th of last month, Yoon Tae-hyun headed to Florida, USA, where the 2023 spring camp site is located via Incheon International Airport. Before leaving the country, he said, “I am going to the United States for the first time. He is both excited and nervous,” he said, expressing his feelings about going to the camp.
Yoon Tae-hyun, who joined in 2022 after graduating from Incheon High School, is highly anticipated. It is evaluated that he has good control and the ability to manage the game. There’s a reason he was nominated for the 1st round.
After he joined the pro, he went to the first team camp map right away. He spent valuable time among seniors in Jeju Island, which was set up instead of an overseas camp due to the Corona 19 pandemic.
Even in the demonstration game last year, he received a lot of opportunities. The coaching staff, including coach Kim Won-hyung, looked at Yun Tae-hyung’s potential. Yoon Tae-hyun recorded an average ERA of 4.26 with 3 runs and 4 strikeouts in 6⅓ innings of demonstration games.
His fastball in the middle of 140 km/h, which moved up and down and left and right, stood out more than his record. He was also consistently praised for having “a good ball tip.”
However, his first-team record in his first year as a pro in 2022 was 3 matches, 2 innings and 2 runs. He suffered from COVID-19 and was out of balance. In the Futures League, he was not satisfied with 1 win, 1 loss and 1 hold, and an average ERA of 9.43 in 15 games.
When SSG played the Korean Series after winning the KBO’s first regular season ‘Wire-to-Wire’, he cheered on his seniors from the stands. He also had time to reflect on what he lacked. 먹튀검증
Before leaving the country, Yoon Tae-hyun said, “For a month last December, I did not throw the ball and only focused on weight training. And in January, he worked out in Japan and prepared for the camp.”
Yoon Tae-hyun, along with his senior Kim Tae-hoon, devoted themselves to exercising for 15 days in January in Kagoshima, Japan. He warmed up in a warmer place with the help of an agent. He said, “It was so good. The weather was nice too. He seems to have found the balance that was disturbed last year in 15 days,” he looked back.
Yoon Tae-hyun, who said, “Last year, there are many things I regret,” said, “I think I need to prepare more. Last year, he lost his balance and couldn’t throw the ball hard. In Kagoshima, Japan, I came with a sense of satisfaction with the help of senior Taehun. This year, I will show a different side from last year.”