‘Designated hitter Kang Baek-ho replaces Park Kun-woo’ Korea announces starting lineup against Australia

The Korean baseball team has unveiled the starting lineup for the game against Australia.

Korea will play its first match against Australia in Group B in the first round of the 2023 World Baseball Classic (WBC) at Tokyo Dome, Japan on the 9th. South Korea’s sidearm Koh Young-pyo (32, kt Wiz) and Australia’s left-handed prospect Jack O’Loughlin (22, Adelaide Giants) were their starting pitchers, respectively. It is no exaggeration to say that whether the two countries advance to the quarterfinals rests on the shoulders of the two pitchers. 바카라

Korea: Tommy Hyeonsu Edmyeon (2nd baseman) – Kim Ha-seong (shortstop) – Lee Jung-hoo (center fielder) – Park Byung-ho (1st baseman) – Kim Hyun-soo (left fielder) – Park Kun-woo (designated hitter) – Choi Jeong (3rd baseman) – Yang Eui-ji (catcher) – The starting lineup leading to Na Seong-beom (right fielder) was announced.

As expected, Kisto Combi Edmon and Kim Ha-seong serve as table setters, and Lee Jung-hoo, Park Byeong-ho, and Kim Hyun-soo form a cleanup trio. It is noteworthy that Gingbaek-ho, who had been a fixed hitter, was replaced by Park Kun-woo.

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