Teammates a few months ago, now enemies

Teammates a few months ago, now enemies.

Former NC Dinos “super ace” Eric Peddy meets his family. He hasn’t decided if he’ll pitch against NC, but he’s open to the possibility.

On the 16th (KST), NC set up a spring training camp in Tucson, Arizona, USA. Manager Kang In-hwa introduced a ‘surprise match’ that was quickly organized locally. “We agreed to play a seven-inning exhibition game with the Chicago White Sox,” Kang said. The game will be held at Camelback Ranch in Glendale, Arizona, the White Sox’ camp, on March 3.

Last year, the KT Wiz, who were in Tucson with the White Sox, moved to a domestic camp due to the unseasonable weather in Arizona. 안전놀이터 The Kiwoom Heroes also finished their first camp and moved to Taiwan. With only the LG Twins remaining, the two teams scheduled two practice games.

However, due to the lack of practice games, the NC created more opportunities to practice on the field. Games with local independent league teams were organized, and a scrimmage with the White Sox was scheduled.

The experience of playing against major league teams is invaluable.

But what makes this matchup special is Pedi’s presence.

Pedi made his KBO debut last season in an NC uniform and “bombed” the league. In 30 games, he went 20-6 with a 2.00 ERA and 209 strikeouts. He won three pitching titles and became the first player to win 20 games and strike out 200 batters in 37 years. He won both the regular season MVP and the Golden Glove.

Pedi took the unfinished ‘Magoo’ sweeper from Korea and made it his own, and he finally got the Major League Baseball he always wanted. He signed a two-year, $15 million deal with the White Sox.

White Sox camp is about two hours from Tucson. In fact, it’s so close that Peddy could come visit the NC family if he wanted to. But he’s feeling like a rookie in the White Sox organization. And major league teams don’t have off days. He couldn’t afford to come to NC camp because he couldn’t find the time. It’s nice to see him back with the team again.

It remains to be seen if he will pitch. 메이저 토토사이트 It depends on the White Sox schedule and his health. And it’s not like he’ll be playing in a scrimmage. It’s a case of NC’s international affairs team scrambling to find a way to get him on the field.

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