온라인카지노The Korea Baseball Organization (KBO) has finalized the coaching staff for the national team for the Asian Professional Baseball Championship (APBC) to be held in Japan next month.
APBC will be held from the 16th to the 19th of next month, and four countries, including Korea, Japan, Taiwan, and Australia, will participate. The full league will be held for three days, and depending on the results of the preliminary round, the third place match or final will be held on the 19th, the last day of the competition.
The national team will be convened in Daegu on the 5th of next month and will hold training and practice games at Samsung Lions Park in Daegu until the 13th.
According to the KBO announcement, among the coaches who assisted coach Ryu Joong-il at the Hangzhou Asian Games, head coach Ryu Ji-hyun, pitching coach Choi Il-eon, hitting coach Jong-hoon Jang, and battery coach Dong-soo Kim were appointed for this tournament as well. Head coach Ji-hyun Ryu was appointed to the first tournament held in 2017. He also served as an Edo coach.
Among the existing coaching staff, General Manager Lee Jong-yeol and Manager Jeong Dae-hyun, who were appointed as Samsung General Manager and Futures Manager, were missing. Lotte pitching coach Kim Hyun-wook and SSG hitting coach Lee Jin-young were appointed in their place.
Coach Hyunwook Kim will serve as the bullpen coach for the national team, and Coach Jinyoung Lee will serve as the quality control (QC) coach.