LG’s Im Chan-gyu’s KS Determination “End of Waiting Beautifully Win Unconditionally”
The LG Twins are a team thirsty for a Korean Series (KS) championship.
After winning the combined regular season and KS titles in 1990 and 1994, they failed to reach the top. They reached the KS in 1997, 1998, and 2002, but had to settle for runner-up honors.
This year, LG won the regular season with a record of 86 wins, 2 draws, and 56 losses. The team took over the top spot on June 27 and never lost it.
LG, which went directly to KS as the No. 1 team in the regular season, played three blue-and-white games and a two-game series against the Armed Forces Athletic Corps (Sangsang). On the 4th, 온라인카지노 they will play their final game of the season.
LG starting pitcher Im Chan-kyu who met with the team at Jamsil Stadium on the 1st, said, “We are preparing well without any pain. I’m in good shape,” he said, “I was worried because I took a long break, but I recently played one game against Cheongbaeik and we have four days to play. I think I’ll do a good final check on that day and finish it off.”
Casey Kelly, a foreign player who was selected as LG’s starting pitcher for the first game against KS, said, “You can’t neglect preparation for a stage as important as KS. It’s important to be well-prepared and so far, it’s going well according to plan.”
LG has a golden opportunity to lift the KS trophy after 29 years.
They will play the winner of the NC Dinos (2 wins)-KT Wiz (2 losses) playoff (PO-5 best-of-3) against the best-of-seven KS at Jamsil Stadium on April 7.
After making his debut in an LG uniform in 2011, Lim waited 12 years. In 2016, 2019, 2020, 2021, and again last season, he took the mound in fall baseball, but was far from winning.
“The team has been waiting for 29 years, and I’ve been waiting for a long time since I was a kid,” he said. “Of course, it would be great to win all the games, but even if we lose, we will win four first. I’m thinking about winning unconditionally. I will prepare well so that the end of the wait will be beautiful.”
Kelly, who has been in the KBO for five years, will also be taking the mound for KS for the first time and is preparing for the game. “I’m organizing my thoughts by imagining how I’m going to throw the ball and face the batters. I’m looking forward to it and enjoying it,” he said.