In the screenshots below, I included as many pitches as I could find, but I am obviously missing some. The teams should be correct, but there may be a couple that are wrong. More importantly, the names should be correct. A big thanks to Dan of MyKBO for being helpful as always. He was a huge help in identifying some names I had problems figuring out, and I used his rosters and Korean spellings of names to find players. If there are any that are just wrong, let me know in the comments, so I can fix it. All of the screenshots were taken from YouTube, many of them from the criminally under viewed videos of LefthandedSubmarine. I don't know who that is, but his videos give you awesome looks at Korean pitchers and hitters. The screenshots are not uniform, that is, they differ in quality, times of delivery, and angle. I tried to crop out graphics, my own mouse, and any other distractions, but wasn't always successful and often caused different sizes of the pictures. I can't really help that.
So why am I doing this? What am I look for? First I am always interested in arm angle and release point. Are they releasing the ball in a way that will cause platoon splits? Where are they standing on one side of the rubber or the other (this is harder to tell in some of the screenshots)? Also, what do their deliveries look like? Do they look deceptive? Do they look repeatable? Are there heads going along with their bodies? What does their posture look like? For a lot of the pitchers, I will include some notes on what I think about their deliveries. Feel free to disagree with my notes, that is why I put the pictures up there, so people can make their own observations.
The arm has already come through and he has already released the ball, so it is hard to guestimate posture too much. Head is straight with body, traditional arm angle.
Same here, looks like the previous pitcher, traditional arm angle.
Chan Ho Park:
Not great posture, leans a little right, especially with the head. No real red flags though, arm angle is pretty traditional, sort of high for his height.
Not great posture, traditional arm angle, head leaning to the right.
First base side of the rubber, arm seems a little low and out.
Andy Van Hekken
He has one of the better ones, and had a clear height advantage. Left side of rubber?
Now with the Marlins' minor league system, Talbot struggled in Korea, or was at least below average. The arm angle is traditional, but everything else is horrible. The head tilts way to the left and he is falling off the mound towards the left.
Not bad at all.
Yoon Hee Sang
I am not sure what he is looking at.