“Are you going to camp in the U.S. or Australia?” ML 78-winner just laughed without saying anything

Hanwha Eagles right-hander Lee Tae-yang (34) asked a bone-chilling question. To Ryu Hyun-jin (37, FA), who boasts 78 wins in total in the Major League, Lee appeared on KBS N Sports commentator Kim Tae-kyun’s YouTube channel [TK52] on the 19th and shared an episode about Ryu Hyun-jin.헤라카지노도메인

Ryu is currently engaged in individual training with Jang Min-jae and Lee Tae-yang in Okinawa, Japan. Lee’s appearance on Kim Tae-kyun’s YouTube channel was made earlier than that. Ryu’s future is drawing keen attention not only in the Major League but also in Korea. It is all the more so as spring camps in both the KBO and Major League Baseball begin to approach.

Reportedly, Ryu prefers big market clubs, metropolitan clubs, and clubs that can advance to the postseason. The last resort is to return to the Hanwha Eagles. Hanwha plans to wait for Ryus joining anytime. Naturally, Hanwha people wait for Ryus return.

When Kim Tae-kyun asked, “Did Hyun-jin sign a contract?” Lee said, “I haven’t done it yet, but I’ve been told that it’s been half and half (remaining in ML and returning to Hanwha Eagles).” So I asked, “Are you going to Camping in the U.S. next year or Australia?” It was a sensible question to ask yourself, without directly asking where you are going.

Of course, Ryu did not move on. Lee Tae-yang said, “Hyun-jin hyung only laughed.” Listening to Lee, Kim Tae-kyun said, “It feels like we are waiting for America.” As Kim said, Ryu still considers staying in the Major League first.

Ryu is considering staying in the U.S. because the prevailing view is that he still has something to show in the Major League. Despite his advanced age, he still recognizes Ryu’s competitiveness in the U.S. market. He will also dream of a complete comeback in the Major League after Tommy John surgery and rehabilitation.

At this point when this broadcast aired, Ryu Hyun-jin may have sneaked his heart out to Hanwha players at the Okinawa mini-camp. Anyway, time is ticking. MLB spring camp begins in mid-February, so Ryu still has time.
Article courtesy of My Daily

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