There was a player pitching in the bullpen as a confident rookie at the “Kiem Heroes 2022 Spring Camp” held at Geogeum Baseball Stadium in Goheung, Jeollanam-do on the afternoon of the 10th. Joo Seung-woo, a new college graduate, stood out with a confident 186cm and 85kg body.
Joo Seung-woo, who was in the same class as Kang Baek-ho at Seoul High School, turned into a pitcher in his second year of high school. He failed to receive a professional nomination when he graduated from high school due to a late conversion. Joo Seung-woo, who has since made remarkable progress as a pitcher through Sungkyunkwan University, was named to Kiwoom for the first time in October last year. 경마사이트프로
Kiwoom signed a contract with Joo Seung-woo (Sungkyunkwan University), who was nominated for the first time, for a down payment of 180 million won. Joo Seung-woo, who has shown rapid growth since entering college, is considered a right-handed fireballer with excellent breaking ball skills and stable control,” he said.
Joo Seung-woo, who finished the contract, said, “I feel good to have taken the first step in the professional league. I feel new to start my professional career with my younger brother, Seung-bin. “I want to show good performance in the final camp and greet you in the first division as soon as possible,” he said.
Joo Seung-woo, who is sweating at Kiwoom Spring Camp, looked nervous on his first bullpen pitch. Veteran Lee Ji-young made the atmosphere comfortable with jokes, and Joo Seung-woo, who continued to pitch in the bullpen, gradually showed his pitch.
Joo Seung-woo started later than his colleague Kang Baek-ho, but he participated in the spring camp with the determination to shine as a confident rookie of the Kiwoom Heroes.
Joo Seung-woo, who joined the first spring camp, said, “It’s amazing that I work out with players I’ve only seen on TV. It’s easy to adjust because everyone takes good care of me. “My goal is to prepare well for a season this year and show good performance with a sense of responsibility for coming to the camp,” he said.
Meanwhile, Kiwoom, which held the first spring camp in Goheung-gun, Jeollanam-do from the 3rd to the 16th, will move to Gangjin, Jeollanam-do, from the 18th and hold the second camp.