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“Using an aluminum bat with limited reaction force” Will KBSA hold a public hearing on non-wood bat conversion, draw a meaningful conclusion

January 23, 2024 | by bookmeforphotographers.com

The Korea Baseball Softball Association (KBSA) will hold a public hearing at Daejeon Health University on February 28 under the theme of “Conversion of Non-Wooded Bats for Under 18s” with field leaders, players, parents, certified companies and officials in attendance.

Regarding the introduction of non-wood bat for under-18s, the association continued to listen to various opinions through field leader surveys and public hearings for certified companies. The public hearing was designed to bring together officials from various fields to gather developmental opinions. 헤라카지노주소

At this public hearing, presenters will be selected to discuss the pros and cons of switching non-wood bat among presenters, and the pros and cons of switching non-wood bat. In particular, those who have specialized knowledge about wood and non-wood can participate as presenters through public hearings.

If you wish to participate in the public hearing as a presenter, the association will select the final presenter by February 14, 2024 by filling out and submitting the presenter application form on the association’s website (http://www.korea-baseball.com/) Media Center-notified matters).

In addition, before the public hearing, the association will provide a window for anyone to express their opinions in various fields, including leaders, athletes, parents, and certified companies, to receive various opinions. Free opinions on the conversion of non-wood bats for those under 18 can also be downloaded from the association’s website and submitted by e-mail (baseball@sports.or.kr ) by 18:00 on February 22.

KBSA Director Cha Myung-joo believes that the introduction of aluminum bats is urgent for the fundamental development of Korean baseball.

“U.S. and Japanese players use aluminum bats that have limitations on repulsion when they are amateurish. Korean players have been using wooden bats for nearly 20 years, but there is a problem that the gap in level has widened. If young players use a wooden bat whose central point of gravity is at the tip, they will have to strain their wrist joints that have not grown that much. Only at the age of 25 can they fully use the strength of their wrist joints. They can use aluminum bats to make swings that can fully convey their power,” said Cha Myung-joo, a board member.

In addition, director Cha Myung-joo’s view is that if the aluminum bat is reintroduced, the quality of the batting can improve the skills of pitchers and fielders.

Above all, it is analyzed that it could be a great help to nurture future power resources. While Park Byung-ho (KT WIZ) and Choi Jeong (SSG Landers), who used wooden bats in their school days, exchanged home run titles for a long time, Noh Si-hwan (Hanwha Eagles) was thirsty for a promising Korean baseball slugger in the 2023 season. However, given the composition of the Korean national team’s batting lineup at recent international competitions, it is also true that the team still lacks resources for big guns. The reason why the so-called “tick-tick” left-handed type was spotlighted is also related to the introduction of wooden bats. Attention is focusing on whether a meaningful conclusion can be drawn through a public hearing on the conversion of non-wood bats.

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