“Hello.” Park Geon-woo of NC, the away team that visited Jamsil Stadium, came out of the third base dugout, visited his former team’s Doosan camp and greeted them warmly. Coach Lee Seung-yeop, who remained at the ground and watched the players’ batting training, also welcomed Park Geon-woo with a warm smile and held his hand.
The two teams are competing fiercely for the rankings until the end of the season. The final match of the 16th game of the season between Doosan Bears and NC Dinos will be held at Jamsil Stadium on the 12th.
Doosan recently suffered two consecutive losses and스포츠토토 fell from 3rd to 5th place. They are tied for 3rd place, 1.5 games behind SSG and NC, and 2 games behind 5th place KIA. Depending on the results of the remaining six games, 3rd place is possible, but if the losing streak continues, 5th place, which is the Maginot line for fall baseball, could be in danger.
Ahead of the game, Doosan players went through batting training in a bright atmosphere. A welcoming face was seen among the away team NC players who arrived at the stadium at the end of training. The main character was Park Geon-woo. After unpacking his equipment and coming to the ground, Park Geon-woo approached the Doosan coaches of his former team and hugged them with a 90-degree bow.
After completing training, Doosan Jang Seung-hyun and Kim In-tae did not enter the dugout, but instead approached NC Park Geon-woo and showed off their closeness by being cute.
Park Geon-woo, who was stirring up the Doosan camp here and there, approached Coach Lee Seung-yeop, who was watching the players’ batting training while remaining on the ground, and said hello. Director Lee Seung-yeop, who held Park Geon-woo’s hand, joked and had a good time.
Doosan and NC are engaged in an unpredictable and fierce ranking battle until the end of the season.