Professional baseball SSG Landers left-handed bullpen Han Doo-sol (26) sees 2024 as ‘the time to achieve results in the first team.’SSG also pays attention to Han Doo-sol’s growth.Han Doo-sol, who met at SSG Landers Field in Incheon on the 3rd, said, “I worked hard for a long time. In the past, I thought that even if I trained, it wasn’t enough, but now I am confident that I can get rewarded for my efforts.” He added, “I will definitely be in the opening entry this year. “I want to continue playing in first-team games,” he said.Han Doo-sol’s career records in the first team are 9 games, 6⅓ innings, 11 hits, 11 runs, and an average ERA of 15.63. Last year, he appeared in only one game, allowing one hit and one run in one inning.Although his 1st team report card is shabby, he is evaluated as a ‘decent pitcher’ by several clubs in the Futures (2nd team) league.Han Doo-sol pitched well in the 2022 Futures League with 28 games, 1 win, 1 loss, 1 save, 4 holds, and an ERA of 1.74. Last year, he appeared in 40 games and posted an ERA of 2.72 with 3 wins, 4 losses, 4 saves, and 8 holds.He was also selected as a winner of the 2023 Real Glove Futures Award (30 people) selected by the Professional Baseball Players Association.Now is the time to achieve results in the first team.Han Doo-sol said, “The environments in the 1st and 2nd teams were different. I want to improve the results I achieved in the 2nd team in the 1st team as well. I experienced failure, and I trained hard to make up for my shortcomings. I also gained confidence that I can do well.” revealed.
The theme of Han Doo-sol’s baseball life was ‘frustration and challenge.’Although he was selected as a member of the under-18 youth team at Gwangju Jeil High School, no professional club selected Han Doo-sol in the 2015 rookie draft.Han Doo-sol went to Oshai Riseisha Medical Sports College in Japan, took classes in Japanese, and continued his career as an athlete.He recalled, “I learned a lot about baseball techniques in Japan. Learning Japanese was also a good asset.”Han Doo-sol, who joined KT Wiz as a training player in 2018, was registered as an official player in May of that year, but was released after the end of the season.Han Doo-sol, who immediately served in the military, underwent personal training after being discharged and joined SSG in June 2021.After showing off his talent in the Futures League, he wore the SSG uniform and climbed to the first team mound.Han Doo-sol’s dream gets bigger and bigger.First of all, my weak point, control, has improved.Han Doo-sol allowed 6.87 walks per 9 innings in the 2021 Futures League, but the number of walks allowed per 9 innings is 2.90 in 2022.He reduced his walks allowed to 2.33 in 2023.Han Doo-sol said, “I pay attention to breaking ball control from the moment I play catch,” and added, “My goal is to control 7 out of 10 balls where I want to.”‘Securing a left-handed bullpen for the first team’ is a task faced by almost all clubs.SSG is also looking for a ‘young left-handed bullpen’ to help veteran left-handed Ko Hyo-jun.Han Doo-sol, who throws a fastball, slider, and changeup approaching 150 km/h once 무료슬롯게임 he gets the ball under control, can become a ‘first-team bullpen pitcher.’