Shinsegae Group Vice Chairman Jeong Yong-jin (55), owner of professional baseball SSG Landers, visited the site of the team’s spring camp and encouraged the team.
Owner Jeong visited the Jackie Robinson Training Complex in Vero Beach, Florida, USA on the 12th, inspected the training facilities, and met with the players, saying, “I looked around the training facilities for a while, and it went well.” I wish I could온라인바카라,” he said.
He then asked the players, “I hope they train healthy without getting hurt,” and said, “When our tenacity to win and trust in each other grows, we will be able to surpass last year’s figure.” SSG achieved the first integrated championship in the KBO (Korea Baseball Organization) league last season, the first ‘Wire-to-wire’.
He added, “This is my first overseas spring camp wearing a Landers uniform. It is a pleasure to meet you all in the United States, and we welcome all foreign and new players to the team.” SSG acquired and refounded SK Wyverns in March 2021, but in the meantime, it has not been able to go to overseas training due to corona problems.
On this day, owner Jeong looked around the camp facilities, including the camp clubhouse, weight training room, treatment room, baseball field, and indoor practice field, and had a dinner with coach Kim Won-hyung and 94 players and officials. The dinner menu was full of seafood and meat to replenish your stamina, such as lobster, prime rib, and LA galbi.
SSG captain Han Yu-seom (34) said, “I am grateful to the owner for taking the time to visit the United States and encourage me. All players will be motivated through the dinner and encouragement prepared by the owner.”
SSG will start quenching through the 1st spring camp in Florida, USA until the 26th. Afterwards, the second camp will be held in Okinawa, Japan from the 28th to the 8th of next month.
Article provided by Chosun Ilbo