Edmon, who wears the Taegeuk mark, has no hits in 2 at-bats in his first exhibition game

 St. Louis Tommy Edman (28), who will be remembered as the first Korean national player in Korean baseball history, improved his condition by digesting his first demonstration game.

Edmund, who is about to join the World Baseball Classic (WBC) national team, played as shortstop and first hitter in an exhibition game against Major League Baseball held at Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter, Florida, USA on the 26th (Korean time) and recorded no hits in two at-bats. did. 안전놀이터

After striking out against Mackenzie Gore in the first at-bat in the first inning, Edmund returned with a fly to center field against Willie Peralta in the third inning. Edmon, who took two at-bats, was replaced before the defense in the fourth inning. He hasn’t fully improved his physical condition yet, but he is expected to improve his condition before joining his national team in early March.

On the other hand, Edmund, who grew up with a Korean mother, was able to represent Korea at the WBC due to the tournament rules recognizing the nationality of his grandparents as well.

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