“Tradition doesn’t go anywhere”… 30 years after ‘Excellent Pitcher Lee Seung-yeop’, ‘National Hitter’ who laughed at his alma mater’s championship

“Tradition doesn’t go anywhere.”

Gyeongbuk High School won the 78th Cheongryonggi National High School Baseball Championship and Weekend League Wangjungwangjeon (co-sponsored by the Chosun Ilbo, Sports Chosun, and Korea Baseball Softball Association) in the final held at Mokdong Stadium in Seoul on the 27th. did.

Gyeongbuk High School won the Blue Dragon Flag for the first time in 30 years since 1993. Thirty years ago, the protagonist of the championship smiled brightly at the news of the victory.

Doosan coach Lee Seung-yeop was in the second year of Gyeongbuk High School in 1993. He played an active role as the best hitter in the KBO League, but coach Lee was an all-round player who doubled as a pitcher in high school.

Coach Lee won a total of three wins alone during the tournament, including 8⅓ scoreless innings in the final. Also, as a batter, he led the victory by hitting the final home run in the final. Coach Lee won the Best Pitcher Award.먹튀검증

When Gyeongbuk High School advanced to the finals, coach Lee said, “Once Gyeongbuk High School goes up, it wins. In the meantime, it has won many championships in the finals. There are not many runners-up.” I think there will be,” he delivered a cheering message.

The ‘tradition’ that director Lee said was kept once again. Coach Lee revived the memory of winning the championship 30 years ago.

Upon hearing the news of the victory at Gyeongbuk High School, Coach Lee laughed, saying, “As expected, tradition doesn’t go anywhere. It took a really long time. I’m proud to win after 30 years.”

Director Lee has also been receiving news from his alma mater. Director Lee said, “There is a baseball alumni band at Gyeongbuk High School, so we are checking it out.”

Director Lee said, “It is not easy for a traditional school to win the championship for such a long time. There are several prestigious high schools such as Gwangju Il High School and Gyeongnam High School, but it seems that Gyeongbuk High School did not win for a long time.”

Director Lee continued, “It is true that baseball at Gyeongbuk High School has faded, but I hope this opportunity will spark a boom. When you win once, you have to keep going. I hope you win the next tournament.”

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