KK is also happy to see ‘Hyeonsu’ Edmund “I tried to find him!”

“I tried to find it myself.”

Kim Gwang-hyun smiled when the story of Tommy Edman (St. Louis Cardinals) came out. Edmon, a Korean major leaguer who was a teammate at the time Kim Kwang-hyun was playing for St. Louis, will play with the Taegeuk mark on the WBC national team.

After being selected for the national team, Edmund expressed his joy in the fact that he was “the first national representative who was not born in Korea” several times through media interviews, and said, “I have already started studying Korean. It is so nice to meet again with Kim Gwang-hyun and play on the same team.” have been talking 토토사이트

Kim Gwang-hyun, who met with reporters at Incheon International Airport before leaving for the SSG Landers Florida Spring Camp on the 25th, said, “I was going to go see it myself (I went to Florida). It’s about an hour’s drive from Jupiter, a St. Louis camp, so I wanted to meet and talk.” Seo said, “I’m so excited to meet Edmund. When I was in St. Louis, I said, ‘If I go to the WBC later, I might meet you.’

As his mother is Korean, Edmund’s middle name is ‘Hyeonsu’, a Korean given name. Influenced by his maternal family living in California, he is known to be familiar with Korean culture, Korean food, and the Korean language.

Gwang-Hyun Kim said, “I’m so glad to see you again. Edmund is the same, but I heard that about 6 players from the same team will participate in the WBC. It seems that each team I am facing has one. It is also in Japan, Puerto Rico, the United States, and the Dominican Republic. I think I can be there too. I think it would be really nice to meet you, and I’m going to go to the St. Louis camp,” he laughed.

Edmund is likely to play as a starting second baseman for the WBC national team. He may also match a keystone combination with another major leaguer, Kim Ha-seong (San Diego Padres). Kim Gwang-hyun praised him, saying, “Edman is a player who makes the pitcher feel comfortable. He silently did his part behind him, and as a hitter, he thought that it was like his clothes no matter what batting order he was in.”

Kim Gwang-hyun and Edmund, who played together in St. Louis red uniforms. Now, the team they belong to has changed, but they can come together again under the name of the Korean national baseball team.

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