“Thank you.” When foreign hitter Dawson expressed his gratitude with accurate pronunciation, Na Seong-beom kneaded his shoulders and said, “Don’t be sick” and said that he would do well for the rest of the season, and then exchanged fists.
When Dawson approached with a ball in his hand with a bright expression on his face just before the start of the game, and asked for his autograph, Na Seong-beom readily agreed. Na Seong-beom, who carefully signed each ball handed to him by Dawson, gave a warm message to Dawson, a junior in the KBO League, creating a heartwarming scene.안전놀이터
Kia Champions Field in Gwangju last week, where KIA and Kiwoom played three games in a row during the week. It was the 17th, the last game of the three-game series. Kiwoom Dawson, who appeared with the ball in his hand at the first base dugout 20 minutes before the start of the game, headed toward the third base KIA dugout with an interpreter.
Dawson, who found Na Seong-beom on the ground for an event before the game, greeted him politely with a bright smile like a child. Na Seong-beom also warmly welcomed Dawson. Na Seong-beom immediately noticed Dawson’s intentions with the ball in his hand. When Dawson asked for his autograph, Na Seong-beom, who readily received the ball, signed it carefully.
The moment he got his favorite baseball player’s autograph, Dawson had a happy expression, and Na Seong-beom carefully signed it.
Dawson received the signed ball with a happy expression, just like when a child visiting the stadium gets an autograph from his favorite player. To Na Seong-beom, who carefully signed the prepared ball, Dawson expressed his gratitude by saying “Thank you” in Korean.
Na Seong-beom, a senior and older brother in the KBO League, made a gesture as if it was not a big deal, and even gave a good word to the interpreter to not be sick for the rest of the season and to play well.
Dawson, who received an autograph from his favorite player and even said good things, returned to the dugout with a happy expression like a child.