Varvara Jabić, 1st Pick in Foreign Draft, Goes to Pepper [sports]

Jabić, 1st pick in foreign draft, goes to Pepper… The head of the organization appointed Bukirich

Varvara Jabić (Croatia) will wear the armband of the top pick in the professional volleyball women’s foreign player draft and play for Pepper Savings Bank in the 2024-2025 season.

Cheong Kwan-Jang, who got the lucky second-place pick, nominated Banya Bukiric, who played for Korea Expressway Corporation last season. 카지노

The Korean Volleyball Federation (KOVO) held the 2024 Women’s Foreign Player Draft at the Holiday Inn & Suites Dubai Science Park in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, on the 9th.

A total of 41 people, including 37 invited players and 4 existing players, participated in this women’s foreign player tryout.

In the draft, 39 players, excluding two players who renewed their contracts, waited to be selected by five clubs.

Letizia Moma Basoko (Cameroon), who contributed to Hyundai Engineering & Construction’s overall victory last season (1st place in the regular league and winner of the championship game), and Giselle Silva (Cuba), who played for GS Caltex and ranked first in scoring in the women’s division, the previous day (8th).

He renewed his contract with his original club.

The foreign players for the remaining five clubs were decided on this day.

In reverse order of performance, 7th Pepper Savings Bank (35), 6th Korea Expressway Corporation (30), 5th IBK Industrial Bank of Korea (25), 4th GS Caltex (20), 3rd Cheong Kwan Jang (15), Beads were distributed to Heungkuk Life Insurance in second place (10) and Hyundai Engineering & Construction in first place (5).

The order of nomination was Pepper Savings Bank, CheongKwanJang, Korea Expressway Corporation, IBK Industrial Bank of Korea, GS Caltex, Heungkuk Life Insurance, and Hyundai Engineering & Construction.

Pepper Savings Bank coach Jang So-yeon, who had the first pick according to the odds, called Jabich.

Varvara Jabic, an abusive spiker, is tall (194cm tall) and has outstanding offensive ability, with many clubs showing interest.
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Professional Baseball KIA's New Foreign Pitchers [sports]

Professional Baseball KIA's New Foreign Pitchers Crow and Nail, First Live Pitching

Professional baseball KIA Tigers new foreign pitchers Will Crow and James Nail made their first live pitching of spring camp.

KIA said on the 17th, "Crow and Nail made their first live pitching during spring camp training held at Narrabunda Ball Park in Canberra, Australia."

Crow threw 33 balls using a mix of four-seamers, two-seamers, sliders, curveballs, changeups, and sweepers.

Nail filled 25 balls with a sinker, cutter, sweeper, and changeup. 온라인카지노사이트

KIA said, “Both Crow and Nail completed a total of 25 pitches with a maximum speed of 148 km/h.

“Both players recorded a maximum speed of 148 km/h,” Crow said, “I am satisfied that they threw well as prepared.

I focused on the pitching rhythm and release point for each pitch on the mound, he said.

"I am currently improving my condition step by step.

I will prepare well to maintain the best condition for the opening of the season,"" he said."

Will Crow, who debuted in the American professional baseball major league in the 2020 season, played a total of 94 games (29 as a starter) wearing the Washington Nationals and Pittsburgh Pirates uniform for four seasons.

He had 10 wins, 21 losses, 16 holds, 5 saves, and an ERA of 5.30.

In the 2021 season, he took over the Pittsburgh rotation and started 25 games, leaving a record of 4 wins, 8 losses, and an ERA of 5.48.

In the 2023 season, he appeared in relief in 5 games and pitched 9⅔ innings, recording an ERA of 4.66.

His career minor league records are 21 wins, 16 losses, 1 hold, 75 games (59 starts) over 5 seasons, and an ERA of 4.01.

James Nail said, "It was my first pitch against a batter this year, so I threw it with concentration.

I threw it paying attention to control of fast balls and breaking balls, and all pitches went well into the strike zone, so it was a satisfactory pitch overall."

“I plan to increase my stamina even more,” he said.

Nail pitched in a total of 17 games in the major leagues, leaving with no wins or losses, one hold, and an ERA of 7.40.

In Triple A, he appeared in 155 games (35 as a starter) and recorded 27 wins, 17 losses, 3 saves, 20 holds, and an ERA of 4.15.

Both Crow and Nail are key resources responsible for KIA's mound in the 2024 season.

Pitching Coach Jeong Jae-hoon, who watched the live pitching, said, "In today's pitching, we checked pitches in various situations, including set positions.

Both players are steadily improving their physical condition," and added, "If they handle the camp schedule well as they are now, they will enter the season in good condition “I expected that.”
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