Gyeong-seok Lee (left) and Joo-seong Kim of the Siloam visually impaired baseball team

Lee Gyeong-seok and Kim Joo-seong of the Siloam visually impaired baseball team throw the first pitch and hit at Jamsil Baseball Stadium in Seoul on the 20th.

Professional baseball’s Doosan Bears announced on the 18th, “We invited Lee Gyeong-seok of the Siloam visually impaired baseball team as the first pitcher and Kim Joo-seong as the batter to the home game against Kiwoom Heroes held in Jamsil on the 20th, Day of the Disabled.”

The Siloam Visually Impaired Baseball Team was founded in 2012 and is the first visually impaired baseball team in Korea.

The Siloam baseball team, which has been active since its founding, suspended its activities in the aftermath of the novel coronavirus infection (Corona 19) but resumed this year. 메이저사이트

Currently, he is working hard with the goal of playing for the national team in the Blind Baseball World Series, which is held overseas every year.

Kyung-seok Lee, who threw out the first pitch, said, “It is truly an honor to have this opportunity as a player in the visually impaired baseball club,” and added, “I was able to feel once again that baseball instills constant challenge and passion in my life. My disability has no limitations.” “I realized this wasn’t going to work,” he said.

Kim Joo-seong said, “I confirmed the possibility that everyone can enjoy together through the sport of baseball. It is a moment I will never forget in my life.” 온라인 슬롯

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