Rookie right-handed sidearm pitcher Park Myung-geun (LG Twins) will return to the mound next week.” He will be in the first team next week or so,” LG manager Yoon Kyung-yeop told reporters at Jamsil Stadium in Seoul on Wednesday. Park has been out of the first team roster for more than a month after being placed on the disabled list with elbow soreness on the 7th of last month .In the first half of the season, Park went 4-0 with a 3.25 ERA in five appearances, five saves, and five relief appearances in the team’s bullpen .Upon his return, Park will join left-hander Ham Deok-ju and right-handers Baek Seung-hyun and Yoo Young-chan as LG’s core bullpen. When Ko Woo-seok is called up to the national team for the Hangzhou Asian Games in September, he will also have to serve as a closer depending on the situation. “When Woo-seok was out, we gave him a little more rest to fill (the void),” Yeom said.”It was thanks to these four that we were able to hold on in the first half,” Yeom said, referring to Park Myung-geun, Ham Deok-ju, Baek Seung-hyun and Yoo Young-chan. “They gave the team strength and (the players) grew individually, so it’s two birds 바카라사이트 with one stone.” The four players filled the void left by the absence of the original top two, Jung Woo-young and Lee Jung-yong, and the injury to Go Woo-seok. , he said he plans to hold a separate meeting with starter Casey Kelly, who struggled with three runs in five innings against the Kiwoom Heroes the day before. “We’re going to talk about off-speed pitches, like changeups and forkballs, in depth,” Yeom said, “because the value of the changeup has gone down, and there are a lot of pitches that get thrown and break all at once this year.” “We’ve got the postseason, we’ve got next year, so we’re going to have to explain it,” he added.