Right now, the United States is full of Major League Baseball (MLB) Most Valuable Player (MVP) stars. Famous players such as Mike Trout (LA Angels), Clayton Kershaw, Mookie Betts (LA Dodgers), Pete Alonso (New York Mets), Paul Goldschmidt, and Nolan Ernardo (St. Louis Cardinals) have already announced that they will join the national team. did.
Japan also has a splendid lineup. It is standard for big leaguers such as Shohei Otani (Angels), who is famous for his two-time batting job, Yu Darvish (San Diego Padres), Seiya Suzuki (Chicago Cubs), and Kenta Maeda (Mets) to step up. In addition, Japanese-American Lars Nutba (Cardinals) also joins ‘Samurai Japan’. In addition, top stars in the Japanese league, such as Munetaka Murakami (Yakult), who hit 56 home runs this year, of course also participate.
The Dominican Republic, a baseball powerhouse in Central and South America, is also expected to have a splendid lineup of big league stars such as Juan Soto, Manny Machado (above the Padres), Vladimir Guerrero (Toronto Blue Jays), and Jeremy Pena (Houston Astros). Puerto Rico is also expected to have a formidable force with Carlos Correa (free agent), Francisco Lindor, and Edwin Dias (above Mets). In addition, as Cuba allows exiled players from the United States to participate in the national team, the possibility of joining players who are active in the big leagues is being predicted. 메이저사이트
Korea, which is challenging to the semifinals of this tournament, is planning to focus on winning against Australia in the first round before the strong players that these outstanding members endure. Korea will play the first round of the finals in Group B with Japan, Australia, China and the Czech Republic. In terms of objective strength, Japan is expected to take first place in the group, so if Korea loses to Australia, it will be difficult to finish second in the group, making it difficult to pass the first round. The reason why there are so many left-handed hitters in the national team is because it was matched against Australia, where there are many right-handed pitchers. In addition, coach Lee Kang-cheol, battery coach Jin Gap-yong, pitching coach Jung Hyun-wook, quality control coach Shim Jae-hak, and power analyst Kim Joon-gi will leave for Australia on the 5th to analyze power for Australia.