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Moon Dong-joo’s choice: Hanwha win vs. AG gold

“He’s going to be a big deal,” the reporters said, referring to his skill, personality, and good looks. Moon Dong-ju is the next big thing.

Moon Dong-ju, 20, who donned a Hanwha uniform last year, has been touted as a “monster rookie” since his high school days with a fastball that can reach more than 150 kilometers per hour. Now in his second year as a professional, he has turned heads with a top velocity of 160.1 kilometers per hour and is a strong candidate for Rookie of the Year.

The key to his fastball is balance. Moon started out as an infielder before switching to pitching as a high school freshman. He has been on the mound for just five years. What is his secret to becoming a fireballer in such a short period of time? “It’s hard to pick one secret,” he told Sporting News. I think you have to have a good balance of pitching form, power, and timing. I think I have a good balance,” he said. He exudes confidence with the playful honesty of any twenty-something.

No. 1 Moon Dong-joo is perfectly colored in orange. He is known as the “Prince of Daejeon” and is highly anticipated by Hanwha fans and the club. One look at his number and it’s easy to see why. It is very unusual for a rookie to wear the number 1. In baseball, the number 1 symbolizes an ace and is rarely worn empty. “When I first joined the team, I didn’t think I would be able to wear the number 1, but I was lucky enough to be given the number 1 by the club and I’ve been using it well. I think it carries a lot of weight,” he said. Hanwha’s determination to develop Moon Dong-ju into an ace is evident.

He’s already proven that he’s the pitcher of the future for South Korea’s baseball team at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games. Moon says he’s vaguely dreamed of representing his country since he was a kid and is honored to be able to do so through baseball. He credits his father, a former national hammer thrower, for helping him become a national pitcher. “My dad went to the Asian Games when I was younger. I grew up watching him and had a dream of representing my country like him one day, and now that I’ve been able to fulfill that dream, it’s even more meaningful to me,” he said of earning his first A-Match tattoo.

Moon Dong-joo is a mature and respectful athlete. A lot of attention can be poison for a young player, but Moon is full of gratitude and enthusiasm. “Hanwha treats me well and gives me a lot of attention. I don’t think I would have gotten this if it wasn’t for the team. The club thinks a lot of me and takes care of me. I am very grateful. I think they will help me fulfill my dreams,” he said, expressing his love for the team.

“I will do my best!” Finally, he thanked the fans: “Thank you very much for your support. We had some disappointing performances and some good performances in the first half, but we will prepare better and reduce the ups and downs in the second half,” he said.

‘Reversal’ is Moon’s self-described charm. He looks different when he’s on the mound than when he’s off. He says that he is often asked by acquaintances, “How do you deal with batters?” when they don’t see the ‘big reversal’ where he throws a fastball with a gentle face and turns the batter around.스포츠토토

Moon Dong-joo is called an ‘idiot’ by his acquaintances. He said it means both ‘fool’ and ‘a fool who only knows baseball’. This is strangely understandable. During the interview, there were points where he gave answers that sounded like baseball classics, but also made them sound ‘cheesy’.

Meanwhile, Moon’s autograph ball event will be held from August 6th to 12th. After watching ‘About Time Moon Dong-ju’ on the Spotify channel, if you guess Moon’s MBTI, three people will be awarded the ‘Moon Dong-ju Autograph Ball’ through a lottery. For more information, visit the Spotify channel on Spotify News.

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