Hanwha Chae Eun-seong transformed into a Korean evangelist in a gap at the beast team training at the ‘2023 Spring Camp’ held at Bellbank Park in Mesa, Arizona, the United States on the 4th (Korean time).
Chae Eun-seong was positioned next to Brian O’Grady, the new foreign hitter for Hanwha. After stretching and simple catch drills, he moved to the outfield for defensive drills.
Heading to the outfield, Chae Eun-seong stood next to Brian O’Grady, counting with his fingers to ten, one in Korean and two in Korean, and repeated several times. 안전놀이터
He seemed awkward at first, but after a few tries, Brian O’Grady sounded similar. Chae Eun-seong smiled proudly.
Chae Eun-seong was delighted with the compliment, and when Brian O’Grady pretended to do a horse dance (?), his teammates laughed broadly. He prepared for defensive training in a friendly atmosphere.
Hanwha Brian O’Grady played 112 US Triple A games in 2019, recording 120 hits in 429 at-bats with a batting average of 0.280. He had 28 home runs and 30 doubles, accounting for about half of his hits as extra-base hits.
After joining the team, Brian O’Grady said, “I’m here to win. I hope all my teammates will come to me easily.”