“They asked me if I should give strength to my big toe. I’ve never thought about it…”
Ahn Woo-jin of the Kiwoom Heroes, who became a right-handed pitcher representing the KBO League with an average ERA and strikeout king last year, is playing catch with Jang Jae-young, a promising player with 900 million armies, in this Arizona spring camp.
Jang Jae-young received a large deposit of 900 million won and received attention and expectations from many fans, but he has not yet been able to show his performance as expected. 스포츠토토 It is pointed out that his pitching is jagged, resulting in a lot of walks as the cause of his sluggish performance.
Ahn Woo-jin also expressed regret for his junior Jang Jae-young. Ahn Woo-jin said, “(Jang) Jae-young is really good at practice pitching, but I don’t know why he can’t do it during the game.” .
Ahn Woo-jin told an episode about Jang Jae-young’s perfectionism. An Woo-jin said, “Jae-young once asked me where I looked when I threw, how I felt with my arms, and how it felt when I lifted my legs.” It was something I had never even thought of.”
An Woo-jin said, “But the second year was better than when Jae-young joined, and it seems to be getting better this year.” “I’m telling you how good I felt when I played catch. I want to tell you a lot,” he said of his junior love.
Fortunately, Jang Jae-young is throwing away his perfectionism. Jang Jae-young laughed and said, “The toe question was asked before last season. I think it would have been a little better now if I had gone, but I was greedy.” that it’s different now “Now I have abandoned the idea of being perfect, I think more simply, I see more broadly than trivial things, and I am training by looking at the long-term without obsessing over each day. So baseball is a little more fun, and I think I can see a lot of invisible things. “he said.