Minjae Seo Baseball

Minjae Seo Baseball

Minjae Seo Baseball

When MJ Seo steps onto the field at John Paul II High School in Plano, Texas it marks thousands of miles between him and where his family hails from. So he sports a tattoo to remind himself where his roots lie – something important when representing one’s home land abroad.

Gameplay

The Seo brothers may be hundreds of miles from South Korea, yet that hasn’t stopped them from representing it on the field. High school junior MJ Seo (committed to LSU) and Minjae Seo (committed to Vanderbilt) are two of the finest baseball hitters around. Combining speed, power and arm strength has catapulted these boys to the top of the recruiting class.

Mechanics

MJ Seo was born in Seoul, South Korea but moved with his family to Vancouver, Canada, when he was five. Soon after settling there he started playing baseball and quickly established himself as one of the top players in his age group. Since then he has attended John Paul II High School in Plano Texas – receiving commitments from LSU and Vanderbilt universities; proud to represent both nations by keeping Korean heritage alive by sporting a tattoo depicting when his family moved here on his forearm!

Minjae Seo is an incredible rising star on the baseball field who has already received multiple offers from major programs. His combination of pitchability and stuff make him one of Jon Paul II’s standout rotation this spring.

Rules

MJ Seo of John Paul II High School in Plano, Texas may be thousands of miles from Korea when he steps into the batter’s box, yet always represents his heritage by wearing a tattoo of the date his family moved to North America and carrying a bon bat from Korean company Bon Bats. Though their work ethic may differ significantly, both brothers possess strong work ethics that have brought them this far in life.

Training

When 19-year-old MJ Seo steps up to bat for John Paul II High School in Plano, Texas it may seem far away from where his family originally hails from; nonetheless he takes great pride in representing his Korean heritage both on and off the field. After moving with his family from Korea to North America at five years old he had to adjust to a new culture and set of friends; yet through it all his brother Minjae provided invaluable support as they both developed into college baseball stars through hard work ethic and practice time dedication that helped both brothers develop into college baseball stars themselves!

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