Samsung confirmed two new Japanese coaches, Chief Lee Byeong-gyu and Park Jin-man-ho as coaching staff.

 The Samsung Lions start an overseas training schedule for the 2023 season on the 30th.

This battery training will be held in Okinawa for 40 days. They plan to hold training and practice matches at the Onna-son Akama Stadium, the exclusive stadium for the Lions spring camp.

The team will depart on the Korean Air KE755 (Incheon International Airport Terminal 2) at 8:05 am on the 30th. And return home at 11:35 am on March 10th.

A total of 10 practice matches are scheduled in Okinawa. A total of 5 matches will be played against the Japanese team: Nippon Ham on the 9th, Chunichi on the 11th and 12th, Hanshin on the 19th, and Yomiuri on March 4th. A total of five practice matches will be held against domestic teams: Lotte on the 28th, KIA on March 1st and 5th, SSG on the 6th, and Hanwha on the 8th.

This year, the Lions Futures team will also camp in Okinawa. The Futures team departs the country a day later, on January 31st at 8:05 am on Korean Air flight KE755, and returns to Incheon at 11:35 am on February 26th. On February 16th, we will also play a practice match against Nippon Ham. The Futures team will set up a separate training ground in the Ishikawa area.

The roster for this camp included a number of players who will lead the Lion Corps this season. A total of 43 players, including 22 pitchers, 4 catchers, 10 infielders and 7 outfielders, will participate in the first team camp. In Futures, 36 players, including 12 rookies, were named to the roster. 카지노사이트

The position of the coaching staff to accompany the players this season has also been confirmed. First of all, coach Lee Byeong-gyu was named as the head coach to assist coach Park Jin-man in the first team, and coach Jung Hyun-wook and coach Park Han-i will lead the pitcher and batting parts as they did last year.

Japanese coaches are also newly added. Coach Tabata, who will be in charge of the Futures pitching part, completed his career as a player at Yomiuri and has been coaching at Yomiuri and Yakult since 2012. Coach Tachibana, who will lead the Futures batting team, played for Seibu and Hanshin, and since 1998 has been active as a coach at Softbank and Rakuten. Coach Naito also joins the conditioning part.

The upbringing team is led by Coach Hee-Soo Park, Coach Jeong-Hyeok Kim, and Coach Byung-Gon Jeong. Coach Bae Young-seop supports the batting part in the first team, and coach Park Chan-do is in charge of running and outfield for the Futures.

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