Several of the key players who led South Korean baseball to its fourth consecutive gold medal at the Hangzhou Asian Games are back with their respective teams .First baseman Moon Bo-kyung (LG Twins) and outfielder Yoon Dong-hee (Lotte Giants) have both returned to the first team roster ahead of the Lotte-LG game on Sept. 9 at Jamsil Stadium in Seoul. They joined the team on the afternoon of the 8th after returning home from the gold medal game against Chinese Taipei on the 7th.

LG coach Yeom Kyung-yeop said, “Moon Bo-kyung registered with the first team today, but she won’t play. He will start against Jamsil Lotte on the 10th.” “Pitchers Ko Woo-seok and Jeong Woo-young will also register for the first team roster on the 10th.”LG had one roster spot open due to the first-team expulsion of catcher Park Dong-won, and pre-registered Moon Bo-kyung to fill the spot. Yoon Dong-hee, who dramatically made the national team in place of Lee Yi-ri (KIA Tigers), also returned to the first-team roster but was left out of the starting lineup.

The national team players were also included in the squad for the Hanwha Eagles-NC Dinos game at Changwon 카지노사이트 NC Park.NC added three players to the first team roster: catcher Kim Hyung-jun, infielder Kim Joo-won, and left-handed pitcher Kim Young-kyu .Hanwha returned home run leader Noh Si-hwan to the first team, but national team ace Moon Dong-ju, who exceeded his preset limit of innings pitched this season, will finish the season without registration.

Noh, who leads the league in home runs with 31, returned to the team to defend his title after Choi Jung (SSG Landers) added three more during the Asian Games to pull within two. The Samsung Lions-KIA Tigers game at Kia Champions Field in Gwangju will be played without all the players who traveled with the national team.

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