‘Culture changer’ Choo Shin-soo presents gifts to support staff such as club bus driver and training assistant

Choo Shin-soo (41, SSG Landers), who has been vocal for the development of Korean baseball, has also taken the lead in spreading a warm culture.

SSG said on the 5th, “Player Shin-soo Choo sent a gift of appreciation worth 50 million won to 55 officials who worked hard for the team last year for the New Year of the Year 2023.” Those who worked hard to support the athletes in invisible places, such as the club bus driver, team locker room, laundry and cleaning staff, athletes restaurant staff, ground keeper, cheering squad, and training assistants, received department store gift certificates from Choo Shin-soo.

Choo Shin-soo’s meaningful gift stemmed from the idea that the unparalleled ‘Wire-to-Wire’ combined championship last year in the history of the KBO League was not only thanks to the efforts of the team but also the help of various officials. SSG said, 토토사이트 “In the American Major League, each player expresses his or her gratitude in his or her own way to those who worked hard for the team after the season, regardless of team performance, and the key is that those who are working hard to support the team It makes a huge contribution to the team’s performance.”

Choo Shin-soo said, “I have always thought that because many people involved loved and cared for our players, good energy and energy gathered to prevent injuries and improve individual players’ records. I believe that these people contributed significantly to last year’s combined championship. If we share the joy of winning and express our gratitude to these people, they will also feel a sense of duty, belonging, and pride, and will develop loyalty to our team. As a result, our team will become a better team.”

A culture of expressing gratitude to team officials has spread among the SSG players. Choo Shin-soo said, “Even if I didn’t win last year, I wanted to express my gratitude.” “I think it is more meaningful because I won. Recently, the team expressed their gratitude to the officials through voluntary fundraising, and I am really proud of our players.”

Based on his 16 years of experience playing in the major leagues, Choo Shin-soo has raised his voice to improve Korean baseball culture. After stepping into the KBO League in 2021, paying attention to factors related to improving the performance of players, such as improving the locker room and training facilities, is part of that. SSG added, “Choo Shin-soo is taking the lead as a ‘culture changer’.”