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    Training and practice matches through the 13th, with competition starting on the 16th.

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    The Korean National Baseball Team, which will compete in the 2023 Asian Professional Baseball Championship (APBC), which kicks off on April 16, began its call-up training at Samsung Lions Park in Daegu on Saturday.

    The team will train and play practice games at Samsung Lions Park in Daegu until the 13th.

    Of the 26 players on the final roster, LG Twins pitcher Jung Woo-young and infielder Moon Bo-kyung, KT Wiz pitcher Park Young-hyun and fellow outfielder Kang Baek-ho, who are injured for the Korean Series, were excluded from the training camp.

    In addition, NC Dinos left-handed pitcher Kim Young-kyu, catcher Kim Hyung-jun and infielder Kim Joo-won, who played nine games of fall baseball before the playoffs, will join the squad on July 7.

    APBC Korean National Baseball Team and Preliminary Roster

    Of the 20 players on the preliminary roster, pitchers Cho Byung-hyun (SSG Landers), Lee Byung-heon (Doosan Bears), Kim Tae-kyung (Commerce), catcher Heo In-seo (Commerce), and infielders Han Tae-yang (Commerce), Na Seung-yup (Lotte Giants), and Moon Hyun-bin (Hanwha Eagles) are currently participating in national team call-up training.

    For those not called up to the national team, the KBO office will decide whether to add or replace them, taking into account the upcoming postseason schedule. The final roster will have 14 days to make changes.

    The APBC features prospects from four countries - Korea, Japan, Taiwan, and Australia - with the first- and second-place teams from the pool leagues competing for the title. 토토사이트