‘No. 1 overall picks’ Jeong Woo-ju and Jeong Hyun-woo to play at the same time

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Ahead of the 2025 KBO Rookie Draft, we’re taking a look at some of the top prospects from high schools and colleges across the country. A total of 48 prospects will be traveling to Daejeon, including Jeong Hyun-woo (18-Deoksugo) and Jeong Woo-ju (18-Jeonju), who are considered to be the No. 1 overall pick.

The Korea Baseball Softball Association (KBSA) and Hanwha Eagles officially announced on June 20 that they have selected the high school and college players who will participate in the 2024 2nd Hanwha Eagles Bae High School-College All-Star Game, which will be held on June 6 at Hanwha Life Eagles Park.

KBSA and the Hanwha Eagles held the selection meeting for the 2nd Hanwha Eagles Bae High School-College All-Star Game at Mokdong Baseball Stadium on the 17th. With the scouting team leaders from all 10 clubs in attendance, 24 players were selected for each position after carefully reviewing the skills and current conditions of high school and college players.

This year, the criteria for selecting players with excellent performance records was strengthened compared to previous years. Lee Han-min (Dongwon University 4), Jang Jun-young (Youngnam University 3), Park Jun-soon (Duksugo 3), and Oh Si-hoo (Duksugo 2) were selected in the fielders’ category after summing up their performance in various categories such as batting average, RBI, home runs, OPS, errors, and strikeouts. For pitchers, Ahn Hoon-min (Jeju International University 3), Na Kyung-soo (Mokpo University of Science and Technology 1), Kim Tae-hyung (Duksugo 3), and Jung Hyun-woo (Duksugo 3) were selected based on innings pitched, wins, strikeout rate, WHIP, and batting average.

The College All-Stars will be led on the pitching staff by “college ace” Lim Jun-seo (Inha University), Kim Baek-san (Busan Institute of Science and Technology), who has improved his game since moving to college, and left-hander Kang Min-gu (Yonsei University), who was a standout for his country at last year’s Asian Baseball Championship. The high school all-stars will be joined on the mound by Jeong Woo-ju (Jeonju), who is considered a top-notch pitcher, Kim Young-woo (Seoul High), Park Se-hyun (Bae Myung High), Yang Soo-ho (Gongju High), and 카지노 specialty left-handers Park Jung-hoon (Bibong High), Bae Chan-seung (Daegu High), and Kwon Min-kyu (Se AD).

The college all-stars, who are known for their mobility and defense, will showcase the quick feet of Jung Young-woong (Wonkwangdae), Chae Tae-won (Dongwon University), and Lee Han-min (Dongwon University). High school all-stars Cha Seung-jun (Masan Yongmago), Seo Young-joon (Jeonju), and Suh Soo-ho (Daegu Sangwon) will battle it out with their long hitting power.

The High School-College All-Star Game is an event co-hosted by the Hanwha Eagles and the Korea Baseball Softball Association (KBSA), which was first held last year and was praised for its contribution to the development of amateur baseball.

Among the players who participated in the first edition, 20 out of 21 high school seniors and 18 out of 23 college draftees donned professional uniforms, including Hwang Jun-seo (Hanwha), Kim Taek-yeon (Doosan), Jeon Mir (Lotte), Park Ji-hwan (SSG), Jeon 카지노사이트 추천 Jun-pyo, Go Young-woo, Lee Jae-sang (Sangkum), Kim Hyun-jong, Jeong Jung-heon (LG), and Yuk Sun-yup (Samsung).

In order to promote the revival of high school and college baseball and increase interest in the sport, Hanwha Life Eagles Park will be open for free on the day. Fans of high school and college baseball who visit the stadium will receive an All-Star Game souvenir. As in previous years, the game will be broadcast live on Eagles TV (commentators: Lee Jae-guk and Kim Tae-gyun, host: Jung Yong-gum), and youth teams registered with the Korea Little League Baseball Association or the Korea Little League Baseball Federation will be able to watch the game as a group on a first-come, first-served basis.

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