“Though he rebounded… Moon Dong-ju’s shoulders are heavy, will it be a welcome rain for Hanwha that lost its head coach?”

Moon Dong-joo (21)’s shoulders became heavy amid a gap in the head coach of the Hanwha Eagles.

Hanwha will play the 2024 Shinhan SOL Bank KBO League Lotte Giants at Hanwha Life Eagles Park in Daejeon on the 28th.토토사이트

Hanwha announced Choi Won-ho’s voluntary resignation on Monday, Monday, when there is no baseball.

Hanwha said, “Coach Choi Won-ho expressed his intention to resign after the game on the 23rd, and the club accepted it on the 26th and decided to resign voluntarily, and CEO Park Chan-hyuk also decided to resign together in the sense that both the field and the front office are responsible.”

Although it was announced as a voluntary resignation, it is close to being dismissed due to poor performance.

Hanwha ranks eighth with 21 wins, one draw and 29 losses as of Tuesday. It had grabbed seven consecutive wins in the early days of this season to rank No. 1 alone, but fell to No. 10 in April. Fans were enraged by the falling performance and Choi Won-ho resigned responsibly.

As a result, Hanwha lost its head coach for the first time in 51 games. Starting with the match against Lotte in Daejeon on Friday, Chung Kyung-bae will lead the team as acting coach.

Hanwha has been in upbeat mood lately. It has won five games and lost one game in six games, securing its second consecutive winning series.

However, the resignation of the head coach put a damper on the upward trend. There is still a lot of season left. As there are 93 games left, it is important to calm down the atmosphere quickly.

Hanwha manager Choi Won-ho moves for an interview with reporters during the “2024 Shinhan SOL Bank KBO League” match at Jamsil Baseball Stadium in Seoul on the afternoon of April 9, 2024.

Moon Dong-ju’s shoulders are heavy to cut off the first tape.

Moon Dong-joo, who wore Hanwha’s uniform as the first draft pick in 2022, won the Rookie of the Year last season with an 8-8 record and a 3.72 ERA in 118 ⅔ innings in 23 games.

The start of this year, the second full-time starting season, was unsettling. On March 28, when he took the mound for the first time in this season, he pitched well, allowing two runs in five innings, and became the winning pitcher.

However, he was sluggish with two losses and a 9.97 ERA in five games in April without a win, and was eventually excluded from the first-team entry on the 29th of last month.

After reorganization in the second division, he made his comeback to the first division against the LG Twins on the 21st. Fortunately, he returned to his good form. He pitched five innings of four strikeouts without allowing a single goal to win his second game of the season.

Personally and team-wise, they should continue their upward trend. To do so, Moon Dong-ju’s good pitching and victory are desperately needed.

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