WBC power analysis three musketeers rise… Competitive country ‘microscopic analysis’

Reporter Jang Hyeon-gu = In the 5th World Baseball Classic (WBC), which is coming up in two months, the three musketeers who analyze the power of the Korean national baseball team will emerge.

Kim Joon-ki, a power analyst who has developed his skills as a power analysis team leader for a long time at professional baseball LG Twins and Hanwha Eagles, power analyst Heo Sam-young, former Samsung Lions manager, and Shim Jae-hak, national team quality control (QC) coach, are in charge of microscopic analysis.

In addition, members of the KBO data team are also added to help analyze competitors.

Commissioner Kim Joon-gi is currently serving as a coach at Hanil Presbyterian University. Heo Sam-young, who retired from Samsung last year, also found a new job as a power analysis coordinator for the Lotte Giants.

Although they have their main job, the two power analysis experts are about to raise the power of the national team through precise analysis by working together for the Korean national team to advance to the semifinals at the WBC.

Commissioner Kim concentrates on analyzing Japan, Australia, China, and the Czech Republic in Group B, which will face off against Korea in the first round of the finals.

Commissioner Heo thoroughly digs into the strengths of Group A countries, including Taiwan and Cuba, that Korea will face if Korea advances to the quarterfinals.

In a phone call with Yonhap News Agency on the 10th, Commissioner Kim Joon-ki explained, “I watched the Czech Republic match in the WBC European qualifiers last year, and also watched the evaluation match between the Japanese and Australian national teams in November last year, so I naturally took charge of Group B analysis.”

Commissioner Kim watched the Japan-Australia evaluation match with QC coach Shim Jae-hak and discussed methods of power analysis.

Commissioner Huh, who also watched Panama’s advance to the finals, is in charge of analyzing Panama’s Group A.

Commissioner Huh, along with national team pitching coach Bae Young-soo, will travel to Australia on the 10th to begin a second analysis of Australia’s power. 메이저놀이터

The WBC national team’s strength analysis is carried out in a way that the two masters of analysis, Commissioner Kim and Commissioner Huh, combine the data data and videos of competing teams, and QC coach Shim Jae-hak, who meticulously reviewed the data, establishes a response strategy for each opponent.

Coach Shim, Commissioner Kim, and Commissioner Huh all attend the power analysis briefing for the national team players.

Commissioner Kim pointed out, “In the big framework of power analysis, it is not much different from what we have been doing in the past, but this time we focused on video analysis.”

“You have to learn the trajectory of the ball thrown by the opposing pitcher so you don’t panic during the game,” he said. Editing hard,” he added.

Commissioner Kim, who has been unofficially helping the baseball team and is about to debut on the international stage with the title of official power analyst this time, said, “We must beat Australia, the first opponent in the first round of the finals, to achieve the goal of advancing to the semifinals, so that the players can cope well. I will do my best in power analysis,” he said.

Commissioner Kim, who is leaving the country on the 10th to participate in the Korea-Japan Presbyterian Training Camp held in the Philippines, said that he would continue to analyze his strength by watching the Australian professional league broadcast locally.

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