SSG Landers veteran right-hander Noh Kyung-eun (39) joins the US camp without having to remove her gallbladder, which she feared.
Noh Kyung-eun heads to Florida, USA, where the 2023 spring camp is located via Incheon International Airport on the 2nd. The team said, “Noh Kyung-eun, who received the findings of cholecystectomy at two hospitals on the 26th and 27th of last month, visited a hospital specializing in cholecystectomy for surgery on the 31st. I was told that I could do it.”
The club continued, “However, as it is an important issue related to player health, an additional examination was conducted at another specialized hospital on the 1st for a more accurate examination. I was told there was no problem,” he explained.
He said, “I had a regretful mind that the things I had built well so far would go back to nothing. After undergoing examinations at various hospitals, he was fortunate to receive the opinion that he did not have to undergo surgery.” 토토사이트
After discussing with the coaching staff at the Florida camp, Noh Kyung-eun joined the camp through Incheon International Airport on the 2nd. He will participate in camp training from February 3, local time.
The SSG team, which started camp in the United States, will return to Korea on the 26th and spend the second camp, including training and practice matches, in Okinawa, Japan on the 28th until March 8th. Afterwards, he will return to Korea and spend March, including demonstration games, to welcome the opening of the 2023 season.
Noh Kyung-eun said, “I am in good shape. As a result of the detailed examination, I was told that I could have surgery after retirement, and I am in good shape.” He has been running non-stop since last season. I will go to camp and make myself better so that I can throw the ball well.”
Noh Kyung-eun was injured last season, but went back and forth between starting and bullpen games, recording 12 wins, 5 losses, 1 save, 7 holds, and an average ERA of 3.05, playing a key role in the combined championship.