On the 7th (Korean time), MLB.com described Koo Dae-sung as “a player who seems to throw forever” and covered his performance as he still throws powerful balls from the mound.
Koo Dae-seong, who entered the professional league in 1993, is a top-notch left-handed pitcher who has played in Korea, Japan, and the United States.
Geelong Korea, which lacks pitchers, asked coach Lee Byeong-gyu to return to Koo Dae-sung last month, and Koo Dae-sung readily accepted it. 스포츠토토
In his first comeback in four years, Koo Dae-seong showed off his unchanging skills with an earned run average of 0.00 in a total of three games, including one inning, two strikeouts and no runs.
His highest velocity was only about 75 miles (about 120.7 km), but he overwhelmed opponent batters with his excellent pace control ability and unique pitching form.
He said, “Geelong Korean players in their 20s and 30s were amazed that I came back as a player.” revealed
The reason Koo Dae-sung is still attracting attention from the major leagues is because he left a strong impression with the New York Mets in the past.
Dae-seong Koo, who signed a contract with the Mets in 2005, performed a play that is still talked about in a game against the New York Yankees on May 22 of that year. He hit a double against “big unit” Randy Johnson, who won the Cy Young Award five times and was inducted into the Hall of Fame, and when the follow-up hitter bunt, he boldly rushed home from second base and succeeded in scoring with an amazing sliding.
MLB.com also introduced this video and said, “If you are a Mets fan, the name of Koo Dae-sung will come to mind. His plays are still being uploaded on social media.” Koo Dae-seong said, “Even now, many people often talk about the play at that time.”