Edmund, who became a ‘Taegeuk Warrior’, has a special dinner with his grandmother

2023 World Baseball Classic (WBC) Tommy Edman (28, St. Louis Cardinals), who boarded the Korean baseball team, has a meaningful meeting in the’Mother Country’.

Edmund had his first training as ‘Taegeuk Warrior’ at Gocheok Sky Dome on the 2nd.

As much as his first training with the Korean baseball team온라인카지노, he has a special evening appointment. According to officials, Edman will have dinner with his maternal grandmother after completing his training.

Edman, who arrived the previous day (1st), said, “I plan to spend time with my grandmother who came to Korea a few days ago and my relatives living in Korea.”

He is a meaningful promise to Edman, who visited Korea for the first time in his life.

Edmund’s maternal grandmother, who lives in Los Angeles, USA, also met in ‘Korea’ when she arrived in Korea a few days ago. Moreover, Edman got to meet his maternal relatives wearing the ‘Taegeuk mark’.

Edmon is the first non-Korean player to be selected for the Korean baseball team.

Edman was born to a Korean immigrant mother, Kwak Kyung-ah, and an American father, John Edman. Edman, who is an American national, wore the Taegeuk mark through WBC rules that allowed him to compete in one of his parents’ countries.

Edmund, who debuted in the big leagues in 2019, is expanding his position by winning the Gold Glove given to the best defenseman in the major leagues in 2021. 0.269 batting average in 459 career games,

After building up his body at the team’s spring camp until last month, he returned to Korea through Incheon International Airport on the 1st and joined the national team on the same day after finishing training in Arizona, USA.

Not only his skills but also his attitude towards the national team have already received passing marks.

After being selected for the national team, Edmund diligently prepared to melt into the Korean national team by learning the Korean language. The appearance of eating sundaeguk with teammates such as Na Seong-beom (KIA Tigers) was also released on social media.

Edmund said, “I am happy to represent Korea. I will do my best so that the Korean national team can advance to the semifinals and go to Miami, USA.”

After training together at Gocheok Dome until the 3rd, Edmund will depart for Japan with the national team on the 4th, where the WBC will be held.