KIA Tigers second-year left-handed pitcher Choi Ji-min (20) has been showing off his pitching since the beginning of spring camp.
On the 7th, KIA spring camp in Tucson, Arizona, USA. Choi Ji-min digested bullpen pitching with Yang Hyeon-jong and Lee Eui-ri. Second bullpen pitching after camp. Choi Ji-min honed his fastball, slider, changeup and curveball. 바카라사이트
First of all, my straight ball pitch has improved remarkably. Choi Ji-min left for Australia after the season and played 17 games and 18⅓ innings for Geelong Korea, recording an average ERA of 1.47 with 2 saves and 3 holds.
His most notable point is that his speed, which stayed in the early 140km range, exceeded the maximum speed of 148km and the average speed of 145km.
Choi Ji-min’s fastball caught in the bullpen pitching video that day was powerful. He was able to keep his ball alive thanks to his speedy speed, and his pitch was stable enough to be put where the catcher wanted. Coach Jung Myung-won also applauded and was pleased with Choi Ji-min’s full strike.
In addition to the faster velocity, pitches were also added. Choi Ji-min is working on a curve that he didn’t throw last season. Choi Ji-min already has experience throwing curveballs in the Australian league.
In the Australian League, you can check the pitching of Choi Ji-min, who has grown technically and mentally while playing with other team’s prospects in the video.