SSG Landers right fielder Choi Jeong (36) is back in action with the goal of playing “normal semi-playoff games.Choi practiced batting and running drills at SSG Landers Field in Incheon on Sunday, the last day of the 2023 Korean Baseball Organization (KBO) regular season.He trained more than most players in the game.Choi was scratched from the first-team roster on Nov. 13 due to a sore left thigh, an option he made in order to play as many games as possible in the postseason, even if it meant finishing the regular season early.After training on the 17th, Choi said, “I’m still not at full strength due to a micro-injury to my thigh muscle. “It’s the first time I’ve injured my thigh, so I’m not sure when I’ll be able to play normally again,” said Choi, who resumed training yesterday and increased her training volume today.”I haven’t done any defensive training yet,” Choi said, “but I’m not sure when I’ll be back on the field in the fall. But I’m rehabbing with the mindset of ‘I’ll play third base when the semi-playoffs start,'” Choi said. “If our team starts the postseason with the wild card game, I’ll have to focus more on hitting than defense.”

SSG will clinch third place and head directly to the semifinals if they win their final regular season game against the Doosan Bears on Sunday. The semi-playoffs will be held on the 22nd with a best-of-five series.If SSG loses and NC Dinos defeats KIA Tigers, SSG will finish fourth and will have to play Doosan for the wild card starting on the 19th.SSG desperately needs a win against Doosan on Sunday to give Choi a little more time to recover.”Choi Jung will definitely be in the postseason roster,” said SSG coach Kim Won-hyung. “It was the same yesterday, 온라인카지노 but we must win today. We want to win and start the postseason from the semi-playoffs.”

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