The shocking news of coach Carlos Subero’s resignation shook the team as well. The Hanwha Eagles sacked head coach Subero after a winning series by winning 5-1 against Samsung the previous day.
The players played a winning메이저사이트 series against Samsung for the first time in three years, but without enjoying the joy, they boarded the club bus with a gloomy expression and headed to Incheon.
The expressions of the Hanwha players who arrived at SSG Landers Field in Incheon on the 12th were heavy. The Hanwha coaches came out to the ground and greeted the SSG coaches, but the Hanwha players went to the ground without any special communication. He seemed to be quietly warming up and preparing for training. As the atmosphere of the team deteriorated, Chae Eun-seong (33) joked and laughed brightly to change the atmosphere. He comforted the players with the words to focus on the game to his shaky juniors.
Chae Eun-seong is a player who joined Hanwha as a free agent (FA) last winter. He played the role of a central hitter without faltering even when the team’s batting line was extremely sluggish, worthy of a ransom of 9 billion won. Chae Eun-seong is now an indispensable player for Hanwha, although he has been absent due to a break in his batting pace recently.
Chae Eun-seong is an exemplary player who has recently played more than 100 games for 7 consecutive years, and his long hitting power and RBI production are excellent. He also sets an example for the team with his great toughness. Watching him take the lead, Hanwha’s young players are holding on to their mentality shaken by the big incident of the resignation of coach Subero.
Chae Eun-seong deliberately joked and laughed loudly to change the team atmosphere.
On the other hand, coach Subero was sacked in a good atmosphere with a recent record of 5 wins and 2 losses on the day of the winning series against Samsung in the last year when his contract expired. His vacancy will be filled by coach Choi Won-ho, who was in charge of coaching the Hanwha 2nd team. Coach Choi Won-ho has been with Hanwha for the 4th season and is the manager who won the Futures League Northern League last year and led the team to 14 consecutive victories, the highest ever in the Futures League. He is a manager recognized in the Futures League for his leadership in unlocking the potential of young players.
Coach Choi Won-ho’s first team game will start against SSG Landers shortly after.