The US Major League Baseball (MLB) shed light on Goo Dae-sung, who threw fireworks at the age of ’53 years old’.
Koo Dae-sung took the mound as the fourth pitcher in the Australian Professional Baseball League (ABL) match against the Adelaide Giants held in Adelaide, Australia on the 19th of last month (hereafter Korean time). After that, Koo Dae-seong, who rose to the mound in two more games, scored 2 runs in 2 and 1/3 innings in a total of 3 games, showing a mighty fight that was indistinguishable from his 53-year-old age.
Koo Dae-sung’s fireworks surprised even the US Major League Baseball. On the 21st of last month, the official US Major League SNS account posted a video of Koo Dae-sung striking out in the Australian Baseball League, saying, “It’s amazing. Even at the age of 53, Koo Dae-seong is still blocking batters well.”
A month later, an interview article appeared. On the 7th, MLB.com, the official MLB homepage, highlighted Koo Dae-sung’s experience under the title of ‘A player who might throw forever’.
In a video interview with MLB.com,
Koo Dae -sung revealed the secret behind his return to the Australian stage, saying, “The ball was so slow (Australian league) that batters didn’t seem to know what to do.” At the time, he also won the title of the oldest pitcher in the Australian League.In response, he said, “My goal is to throw the ball as long as possible wherever I am. I want to use my arms for what I love,” he said, adding that he would throw the ball again whenever the opportunity arises. 토토사이트
On the other hand, MLB.com reports that Koo Dae-sung hit a double against Randy Johnson (60) and scored with a bold home steal while he was with the New York Mets in 2005, and the Korean national team’s semifinal at the 2006 World Baseball Classic (WBC). was highlighted through the article.
In 2005, while playing for the New York Mets, Koo Dae-sung hit a double against the ‘legend’ Randy Johnson, then boldly dug into the home base when the follow-up hitter bunt and scored. This is a famous scene that is still talked about by Mets fans, and the media said, “The scene where he hit future Hall of Fame inductee Randy Johnson and rushed home is a scene worth talking about. Even now, two or three times a year, this scene is consistently introduced.”