Doosan Bears pitcher Kim Yu-seong, who was forgiven by a victim of school violence, expressed his determination ahead of his professional debut메이저놀이터. He once again promised to be an exemplary player on and off the pitch.
Prior to the second game of the season against Samsung Lions in the 2023 Shinhan Bank SOL KBO League held at Samsung Lions Park in Daegu on the 27th, Doosan registered Kim Yu-seong as a first-team entry and canceled pitcher Lee Seung-jin.
Kim Yoo-seong has been accompanying the 1st team since the 25th. On the 26th, while the first team coaching staff watched, he pitched in the bullpen and received a passing grade in pitch.
The prerequisites for climbing the first team mound were also established. In the controversy surrounding school violence during Naedong Middle School, which was heavily criticized by fans, the victim recently revealed that he would forgive Kim Yu-seong.
Doosan coach Lee Seung-yeop said, “I heard from the pitching coach that Kim Yu-seong was a pitch that could work in the first team during bullpen pitching the day before.” I hope it is,” he explained the background of his first team registration.
Kim Yoo-seong, who met with reporters right after registering for the first team entry, looked a bit nervous, but calmly expressed his determination. He said, “I’m excited to come to the stage that all baseball players dream of, and I will become a player who tries harder in the future.”
Even though Kim Yoo-seong was not injured immediately after joining Doosan, he could not participate in the Czennie Spring Camp in Australia in February because the relationship with the victim was not restored. Even in the exhibition game in March, she naturally did not get a chance to start.
During this period, Kim Yoo-seong sought forgiveness from the victims while building his body at the Doosan District 2 training ground in Icheon, Gyeonggi-do. As the victim accepted an apology and asked for an exemplary player life, reconciliation was achieved although it was belated.
Yuseong Kim said, “When asked about the process of receiving forgiveness from the victim,” she said, “It is difficult to say specifically, but she said that she supported me. I thanked him for forgiving me and said I would try to become a good player on the team
.” All I can do is to show exemplary behavior and hard work both inside and outside the baseball field.”