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"He has a lot of advantages."

Lee Tae-yang (34, Hanwha Eagles) has been consistently starting and reliving for the past three years. Having appeared in a total of 120 games over the past three years, he has played 241 innings in 43 games as a starter, and 97 innings in 77 games as a relief pitcher. As a starter, he was guaranteed more than five innings on average, and as a relief pitcher, he was able to perform multiple innings with a 3.53 ERA.

Lee Tae-yang, who appeared in 50 games and pitched 100 ⅓ innings last season, recorded 50 ⅓ innings in 12 games as a starter and 50 innings in 38 games as a reliever.

Lee, who had filled the vacancy every year, was scheduled to compete for the starting pitcher this season. This year, the Hanwha Eagles had two foreign pitchers and Moon Dong-ju, two clear starting pitchers. Ahead of departure for the spring camp, Hanwha manager Choi Won-ho said, "Lee Tae-yang, Kim Min-woo, Kim Ki-joong, and Hwang Jun-seo will compete for the starting positions of ㅠ4-5."

Hanwha's starting lineup has changed significantly with the start of the second camp. Ryu Hyun-jin (37), who recorded 78 wins and 48 losses with a 3.27 ERA from 2013 to 2023, returned to the Major League.

Since joining the Hanwha Eagles in the second round of rookie draft in 2006, Ryu has recorded 98 wins (52 losses and one save) with an ERA of 2.80 for seven seasons until 2012. Taking on the challenge by posting in the Major League, Ryu returned to the Hanwha Eagles after playing for the Los Angeles Dodgers and Toronto Blue Jays.

Ryu Hyun-jin, who underwent elbow ligament surgery in June 2022, returned in the middle of last year and pitched 52 innings in 11 games, recording 3 wins and 3 losses with a 3.46 ERA.

Ryu, who became a free agent after the end of the season, received offers from multiple teams in the Major League, but chose Hanwha as his final destination. Ryu is in good shape enough to be able to start the opening game. Hanwha will continue to fill its position until the fourth starting pitcher.

Lee, who trained with Ryu in Okinawa, Japan, during the off-season, was determined to go to the bullpen.

He clearly wanted to start the team. He also judged that adding strength to the bullpen could be more helpful at a time when a team has many candidates to start the team.

Not everything goes as planned as the season goes. There may be a gap in the starting pitcher's position and there may be situations in which a long relief is needed. Lee Tae-yang is also valuable in that it is a card that can be prepared in any situation.

Lee also viewed her situation as a "positive energy." "I think she has a lot of advantages. Not everyone can do this easily," Lee said. "I have pride in that regard in maintaining my performance even though I go back and forth (to select and save). I will do my best if my team asks me to do so."

Lee Tae-yang said her goal this season is "not to hurt." My goal is to complete the season individually, but I need to be healthy so that I can play the role the team wants perfectly. Lee Tae-yang emphasized, "Now, I think the most important thing is to do what I feel as the years go by so that I don't get sick."
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Tuesday, February 27, 2024
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