Five-two days before the opening of the professional baseball regular league, nine clubs will set up spring camps overseas.
Only kt wiz will hold the first winter training in Gijang, Busan, and the second will be mainly conducted in Okinawa, Japan.
First, on the 29th, Doosan Bears and Kiwoom Heroes will leave for Sydney, Australia, and Arizona, USA, respectively.
On the 30th, six clubs of SSG Landers (Florida State, USA), Hanwha Eagles (Melbourne, Australia), Samsung Lions (Okinawa Prefecture), LG Twins and NC Dinos (Arizona State), and KIA Tigers (Canberra, Australia) are expected to leave Incheon International Airport at once.헤라카지노도메인
Starting from February 1st, when the nominally inactive period (December to January next year) ends, 10 clubs will sweat in winter training and exhibition games that will determine farming this year for 52 days until the opening game of the regular league on March 23rd.
With self-training, several players from each club are already moving to the U.S. or Japan first to improve their condition in a warm environment.
This year’s regular league was more than a week earlier than usual.
This is to prepare for the World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) Premier 12 to be held in November and to actively respond to the rapid cancellation of rainy games due to climate change.
The seven clubs, which have improved their skills through the first round of physical and team tactical training, will move to Japan and Taiwan to develop their sense of practice.
LG and NC will stay only in the U.S. and return home in early March, while Doosan, KIA, Hanwha, and Lotte will move north to Miyazaki and Okinawa Prefectures in Japan.
The five teams – Samsung, KT, KIA, Hanwha, and Lotte – will test their skills through the Okinawa League. SSG (Zaihyun) and Kiwoom (Kaohsiung) will set up their second base camps in Taiwan.
Prior to the official opening game of the Major League Baseball (MLB) between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the San Diego Padres at Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul on March 20-21, LG, the unified winner of last year, and Kiwoom, the owner of Gocheok Dome, will play a practice game against the Dodgers and San Diego on March 17-18.
In addition, the national team (Team Korea), which will be led by the new full-time coach, will also play mixed warm-up matches with Dodgers and San Diego for two days and raise the opening atmosphere.