‘Talking tablesetters’ Park Chan-ho and Kim Do-young, defense is as important as offense…how do we reduce mistakes?

KIA Tigers tablesetters Park Chan-ho and Kim Do-young put in some hard work in defense drills.

After arriving at Samsung Lions Park, Daegu, on the 12th, the KIA players took to the field to prepare for the game between KIA and Samsung.온라인바카라

Park Chan-ho and Kim Do-young took the field together, and the two players put on their gloves and took to the infield to work on their defense, receiving one fastball after another from coach Park Ki-nam.

As table-setters who spearheaded the offense and created chances, the two players, who are batting .325, paid as much attention to their defense as they did to their batting.

A single defensive error can often be the difference between a win and a loss. The shortstop and third baseman, who have a lot of defensive responsibilities, continued to communicate with each other after practice to reduce errors.

Kia, which has won three straight games to move into fourth place, announced Panoni as its starter for the game.

Samsung will start Widener. Widener has two wins in two starts against KIA this season. Widener recorded his first win since joining Samsung on April 18 against KIA.

Here’s a video of Park Chan-ho and Kim Do-young practicing defense before the game.

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