LG’s 4th Challenge Austin Dean “I heard the curse of an outside hitter… I will even renew the contract”

This is the 4th challenge. Over the past two years, the trio of Justin Bohr, Rio Ruiz and Mabel Garcia have failed miserably. The next runner up was Austin Dean (30), and he knew this all too well. It is Austin who emphasized that he should actively develop his strengths rather than worrying about his past players.

Austin signed a contract with LG in December of last year for a total of $700,000 (down payment of $100,000, annual salary of $400,000, and incentive of $200,000). It was the moment when the contract with Austin, which LG had put in the recruiting candidates for the past few years, was concluded.

In an interview with reporters after training at the Giants Complex in Scottsdale, Arizona, USA on the 4th (Korean time), Austin said, “I was always interested in going to Korea. Especially last summer, I really had the opportunity to go to Korea. But I couldn’t come because I had a problem with my former team. If there is an opportunity to go to Korea during the off-season, I really wanted to grab it, and this time I came to LG. I think it will be a big turning point in my career.”

Austin is a right-handed power hitter that LG has been looking for for a long time. In addition, it is possible to play first base and corner outfield multi positions. Austin said of his position, “The position I am most confident in is right fielder. 먹튀검증 The left fielder has confidence next. In fact, I’m good at any position I’m in. Going to a baseball game is a meaningful thing in itself.”LG coach Yeom Kyung-yeop is looking forward to Austin’s shoulder. He pictured Austin tying up opposing runners with strong, accurate throws from right field.

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