“Persevere. Endure and survive. Enduring is the strongest.”
Yang Chan-yeol (26), an outfielder for the Doosan Bears, was recently notified by the club that he was on the first team spring camp list in Australia. Yang Chan-yeol, who joined Doosan in 2020, experienced first-team spring camp for the first time in four years.
Yang Chan-yeol, after completing personal training at Jamsil Baseball Stadium on the 6th, said in an interview with Sporty News about joining the 1st team camp, “I am excited and I think it will be fun. I have never done it before. It is my first time going to Australia, and I can do it with a new mind.” I think so,” he replied with a smile.
Doosan coach Lee Seung-yeop led the finishing camp as soon as he took office in October of last year and gave the team a mission to ‘prove themselves’. As it is necessary to identify the players for the next season, I hoped that prospects would use the finish camp as an opportunity to show their potential. The outstanding players planted a clear message that they would go together to the Australian spring camp.안전놀이터
At this time, it was Yang Chan-yeol that caught Lee’s eye. Even in the practice game, he showed his temperament as usual by not shying away from running and aggressively batting.
After watching a practice game against SSG Landers on October 23 last year, coach Lee said, “I felt like I was working hard while watching the game. I’m a big hitter, but I like that kind of play.”
Yang Chan-yeol radiated energy from the start of the finish camp to the end without getting tired. He said, “It was my first time at the finish camp, so I tried to catch up with everyone. Fortunately, I did not get tired physically. He told me not to be afraid of failure and aim to die 100 times. Then I have to run 200 times, but when he told me to run boldly without hesitation, I gained confidence. He told me that it was okay to fail, so I felt comfortable. I think the answer is to do a lot of defense. I tried to train a lot with confidence.”