Hanwha’s pick in the 2024 KBO Draft was Hwang Jun-seo, who was the No. 1 overall pick.

Advice Left-handed pitcher Hwang Jun-seo has earned the honor of being the first overall pick in the 2024 KBO Draft.

With the No. 1 overall pick, Hanwha was the first team to call on Hwang Jun-seo in the Korean Baseball Organization (KBO) rookie draft held today (April 14).

Hwang Jun-seo is a left-handed pitcher who throws a hard fastball that reaches 150 kilometers per hour and went 6-2 with a 2.16 ERA in 15 games this season in high school baseball, throwing 49 and ⅔ innings.

The first-round picks in this year’s draft went to Hanwha-Dusan-Lotte-Samsung-NC-KIA-KT-Kiwoom-Kiwoom-SSG in the reverse order of last season’s team standings, with Kiwoom trading with another club for a total of six picks in rounds one through three.

Doosan, which had the second pick in the first round, selected right-handed pitcher Kim Taek-yeon from Incheon High School, and Lotte, which had the third pick, selected pitcher and hitter Jeon Mir from Kyungpook National University.

Samsung then selected Jangchung High School pitcher Yuk Sun-yup in the fourth round, NC selected Whimun High School pitcher Kim Hwi-geon in the fifth round, KIA selected Gangneung High School pitcher Cho Dae-hyun in the sixth round, and KT selected Busan High School pitcher Won Sang-hyun in the seventh round.

Kiwoom, who exercised the eighth and ninth picks in the first round in a trade with LG, called up Seoul High pitcher Jeon Jun-pyo and Jangchung High pitcher Kim Yoon-ha. Finally, the first-round picks were finalized when SSG selected SeAd infielder Park Ji-hwan.

In total, 1,083 players applied for the draft, including 782 high school graduates, 296 college graduates (including 41 early draft picks), and five other players from overseas amateurs and pros. Nominations continued through 11 rounds, 카지노사이트킴 and 110 of those players ended up wearing professional uniforms.

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