NC Dinos symbolized by Yang Eui-ji. Not anymore.
Now, it is the team of Koo Chang-mo (26) and Park Min-woo (30). The core of two-others who will lead NC’s 10-year future.
This winter, the club also included this clear message in the contract.
He signed a contract with FA infielder Park Min-woo for up to 8 years and 14 billion won. It is, in effect, a lifelong contract. A franchise star who debuted on the first team stage in 2013, the year of NC Dinos’ first team debut. It meant that he would play an active role as a fielder until his retirement.
If the center of the fielder is Park Min-woo, the center of the pitcher is the left-hander Chang-mo Koo. I was scared to sign a contract with Park Min-woo, so I was good at catching Gu Chang-mo.
Through an unconventional non-FA multi-year contract worth up to 6+1 years and 13.2 billion won with Koo Chang-mo, who has more than two years left in free agency, he laid the foundation for a lifelong NC man. It means to protect the Dinos mound for a long time as an ace.
The first season of a long-term contract. As a lifelong NC man, his determination is new. start early
Park Min-woo and Koo Chang-mo will board a plane to Jeju as soon as they finish the kick-off ceremony at Masan Sports Complex on the 16th. 토토사이트 The joint training will be held for about 10 days until the 26th in warm Seogwipo. He plans to improve his condition as much as possible ahead of the Arizona spring camp, which will start in February. Right-hander Cho Min-seok, a second-year college graduate, also joins the training ranks of his seniors.
A special training for about 10 days after returning the Lunar New Year holidays. You can get a glimpse of the solid mind set to prepare for this season. Since most of the key players such as Yang Eui-ji, Roh Jin-hyuk, Won Jong-hyeon, Kwon Hee-dong, and Lee Myeong-ki left the free agency market, the two players felt more responsible.
In particular, Koo Chang-mo, who was selected for the WBC national team in March, is expected to pick up the pace a little earlier than in previous years. He thought that “you can avoid the risk of injury by picking up the pace with a margin”.
In a phone call with Sports Chosun on the 15th, Koo Chang-mo said, “I’m still in the half stage, but I plan to pitch two or three times in Jeju.” I think it will be an honor as well,” he said, vowing to thoroughly prepare for the tournament and season.
Two players who are serious about contributing to society.
It’s not just training in Jeju. On the 17th, before moving to Seogwipo, they plan to visit Jeju Nam Elementary School and donate their talents.
Meanwhile, he plans to join amateur teams such as high school and university teams that come to Seogwipo for training and share the special know-how of top pro stars. Koo Chang-mo said, “If we ask for your understanding and train together, it’s good for us, and if there’s anything we can help with, we’ll try to help.”