“I fell asleep while playing catch”, “Do you play baseball in winter?” Arizona Cold, Big Leaguers Surprised

The Korean WBC (World Baseball Classic) national team set up a camp in Arizona and fought against the unexpected cold. Due to the weather different from the previous year, not only training but also practice games could not be held as planned.토토사이트

There were rational reasons for deciding where to camp. There were many players who trained in Arizona for their team camp, such as kt wiz under coach Lee Kang-chul, the national team commander, and thanks to this, it was easy to find opponents for practice matches. Above all, it is a popular spot for ‘spring baseball’ where major league teams train. No worries about the weather. until you leave training.

The situation is no different in the major leagues. According to the American The Athletic, the players who trained at the Arizona camp this year said they battled the cold in unison.

Willy Adames (Milwaukee), who will move to Florida to participate in the WBC after training in Arizona, shook his head at the unfamiliar weather, saying, “I don’t understand.” He’s looking forward to moving to Florida and joining the Dominican Republic national team. He has a lot of pride in being a national representative, but he also doesn’t have a desire to escape from the cold.

The players who came to Arizona from Florida are even more embarrassed. Seth Lugo, who moved to San Diego after playing for the Mets, grumbled, “Why do you train in the winter?”

On the 26th of last month, when the Arizona exhibition game’Cactus League’ was held for the first time, the highest temperature in Phoenix, Arizona was 24.4°C. However, for the next five days, the temperature did not exceed 18.3°C. The weather was colder than usual, and finally it snowed.

Max Muncy (Dodgers) has an awkward swing even in March. “It doesn’t feel like spring camp. There are players wearing hoodies and jackets,” he said. Austin Barnes (Dodgers) also delayed his training session to the afternoon, saying, “It’s too cold. I think my hands will break.”

Brandon Woodruff (Milwaukee) said, “The wind was blowing at about 30 miles per hour (about 48 m). I fell down while playing catch.” It’s like that,” he said, trembling.

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