The shielding baseball gold medalist South Korea booked two extra tuneup games Wednesday in its groundwork for the Tokyo Olympics.
The Korea Baseball Organization (KBO) reported that South Korea will play the small time military club Sangmu at 6:30 p.m. on Friday and afterward the KBO club LG Twins at 5 p.m. on Saturday.
The group recently had just one booked game in the leadup to Tokyo, the 2 p.m. Sunday slant against another KBO club, Kiwoom Heroes.
Every one of the three games will be played at Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul.
South Korean Baseball Team Tune Up Games
The public group had been booked to play an under-24 KBO All-Star group Friday, however that game was dropped Tuesday in view of the flood in Covid cases. The association office contemplated that having the Olympic group go facing a crew comprised of players from every one of the 10 KBO clubs presented wellbeing hazards.
Notwithstanding, the KBO felt agreeable enough to plan two new games for South Korea against singular groups, riding the almost negligible difference between guaranteeing the wellbeing of the players and giving the public group enough reps before the Olympics.
The KBO deferred a whole week of games last week because of numerous COVID-19 cases including two clubs: the NC Dinos and the Doosan Bears. The KT Wiz have additionally revealed a case this week.
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