MLB Seoul Series Dodgers-San Diego Players

MLB Seoul Series Dodgers-San Diego Players Attend Press Conference on the 16th

Ha-seong Kim and other San Diego players, Yongsan Youth Baseball Clinic

The Los Angeles Dodgers and San Diego Padres, who will be holding the historic opening game of the MLB regular season at Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul, Korea’s only domed stadium, will visit Korea on the 15th.

The two teams, who are playing exhibition games at a spring training facility set up in Arizona, USA,

will finish the game on the 14th (local time) on the 14th (local time) and board a plane to go to Seoul.

Dodgers – San Diego

The Dodgers and San Diego will play a two-game MLB Seoul Series game on the 20th and 21st at 7:05 p.m. 파워볼게임

This game is the first official MLB game held in Korea and the 9th MLB regular season opening game held outside the United States.

As part of the world tour, the MLB Secretariat previously held opening fanfares in Monterrey, Mexico in 1999,

Tokyo, Japan in 2000, 2004, 2008, 2012, and 2019, San Juan, Puerto Rico, U.S. territory in 2001, and Sydney, Australia in 2014.

Seoul is the second city on the Asian continent to host the official MLB opening game, following Tokyo.

Superstar Shohei Ohtani, who also doubles as a pitcher,

right-handed pitcher Yoshinobu Yamamoto (Dodgers),

who dominated Japanese professional baseball and took his first step toward the big leagues,

Japanese veteran pitcher Yu Darubish, and Korea’s top infielder Kim Ha-seong (San Diego).

He shows off his high-level skills in the Seoul Series.

Seoul Series

The MLB Secretariat released the detailed schedule for the Seoul Series on the 13th to coincide with the two teams’ visit to Korea.

Starting on the 16th, the day after arriving in Seoul, the two teams will begin time difference and stadium adaptation training.

On the 16th, key players from both teams, including San Diego manager Mike Shildt,

Ha-seong Kim, Manny Machado, Sander Boharz, and Fernando Tatis Jr.,

and Dodgers manager Dave Roberts, Ohtani, Mookie Betts, and Freddie Freeman,

held a press conference to announce the Seoul Series.

I announce my impressions of the approach.

On the 17th, an evaluation game will be held between the Dodgers and Kiwoom Heroes (noon) and the national baseball team and San Diego (7 p.m.).

Practice games between San Diego and LG Twins (noon) and the national baseball team and Dodgers (7 p.m.) will continue on the 18th.

Darubish and Tyler Glasnow (Dodgers), starting pitchers for Game 1 of the Seoul Series,

announced their determination to win at a press conference on the 19th,

and Yamamoto and Joe Musgrove (San Diego),

starting pitchers for Game 2, will sit in front of the microphone on the 20th.

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