Non-contact time (Yonhap News)

CBS Sports of the United States introduced’KBO Highlights’, which grouped various scenes of the opening game of Korean professional baseball, on the Internet website on the 6th (Korean time).

A special poem that practiced “social distancing” following the novel coronavirus infection (Corona 19) as well as “bat throwing,” which American baseball fans regard as almost a companion to the KBO League, caught the attention of CBS Sports.

The game was stopped when black flames soared in a fire near Kia Champions Field in Gwangju, the slow curve of the LG Twins Cha Woo-chan’s 111km/h, and even the referee’s strikeout call as if driving a lawnmower was of interest.

CBS Sports said,’Baseball is back. The throwing of the bat is also back’, along with the Twitter post of ESPN Sports Center in the United States, and the home run scene of NC Dinos Mo Chang-min.

Mo Chang-min threw the bat coolly after finishing his swing when he hit a home run that went over the left fence in the opening game against the Samsung Lions the day before.

CBS Sports introduced that “KBO league hitters throw the bat lightly, throw it away, or turn it round and round,” and introduced that there are many forms of throwing bats. “He added.

At Suwon KTWiz Park, a child who entered a transparent walking ball rolled the ball directly to the home plate and was evaluated as a ‘social distancing’ poem that was not in contact with anyone.

In the Jamsil match between Doosan Bears and LG Twins, Lee Young-jae’s unique strikeout call was also of interest.

CBS Sports posted an article by a Twitter user who wrote, “It looks like starting a lawnmower,” about Lee’s call, reaching out with his left hand and punching his right fist to the ground. (yunhap news)



Source: International News

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