“It’s a pity that Moon Dong-ju and An Woo-jin were eliminated”… Choo Shin-soo’s beliefs about the generational change of the national team

Choo Shin-soo (SSG Landers) revealed his thoughts on the generational change of the baseball team.

On the 21st, Choo Shin-soo appeared on ‘DKNET’, a Korean radio station in the Dallas area, and expressed his regret about entering the WBC national baseball team. He said, “In the case of Japan, there are many new faces when it comes to international competitions. However, 메이저사이트 in Korea (for example) Kim Hyun-soo is a good player and has good grades to represent Korea, but I think I would have seen the future. Looking ahead, it is true that many players are not actually going, and there should have been more players who had to be selected.”

Choo Shin-soo said, “How long will Kim Gwang-hyun and Yang Hyeon-jong come out? In Japan, the article ‘Kwang-Hyun Kim is there again’ comes out like that. It’s not that these players lack skills. “Why can’t such players be (selected)? If they go to an international competition where many teams participate, such as the WBC, from a young age, the feelings and mindset of these players will change tremendously.” He expressed regret about one part. “For example, Moon Dong-ju is said to be lacking in control right now, but from my point of view, there is no pitcher who can throw as much as he does now. The same goes for An Woo-jin. It’s something to do. I regret that a lot.”

Regarding the An Woo-jin controversy, Choo Shin-soo said, “It was obviously a wrong move, and it’s very sad to see it as a third person. “I also play baseball in Korea, but there are so many things I don’t understand. It seems that it’s not easy to forgive in Korea. I can’t go out,” he said cautiously.

Choo Shin-soo also left a bitter voice to senior baseball players. He said, “What I want to say to many baseball seniors is that they are not seniors because they were born early and played baseball early, but if there are juniors who are in an unreasonable situation, I think they should step out. If juniors, not seniors and not adults, are going the wrong way and exercising in the wrong place, they should raise their voices and try to be helpful, but I just watch. It’s a pity.”

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