5 wins, 2 losses -> 2 wins, 2 draws, 5 losses, is Hanwha’s decision to replace the manager useless?

The Hanwha Eagles, who stepped on the 70% win rate with 5 wins and 2 losses in May, are on the decline with 2 wins, 2 draws and 5 losses after pulling out the knife called a manager change. Was the decision useless?

After dropping to the bottom on April 2, the second day after the opening of this season, Hanwha briefly rose to 9th and 8th, but stayed in 10th for most of the period. Then, Hanwha has been maintaining the current ranking since it finally rose to 9th on the 7th while riding an upward trend in early May.

However, this was the result of Hanwha’s rebound and the fall of KT Wiz at the bottom. And while Hanwha recently lost again three times in a row, KT followed the team with a 2-1 winning series, narrowing the game ride for both teams to one game again.

Coincidentally, the time when Hanwha’s rise was broken coincided with the appointment of new manager Choi Won-ho.

Hanwha, who had the worst month in April with 6 wins, 1 draw and 17 losses (0.261 win rate), began to rebound in May. Under the former manager Carlos Subero, he recorded 5 wins and 2 losses with an odds ratio of 0.714, creating a sensation. However, the Hanwha club made the decision to replace the manager, citing superficial reasons such as the destruction of positions for pitchers, reckless use of shifts, and the proliferation of fielder positions, and manager Choi Won-ho took over.

It was not officially revealed, but the reason why Hanwha eventually chose the coaching system was to finish the rebuilding season and produce results in earnest. Director Subero may have achieved results in the rebuilding, but it was an internal judgment that ‘he is not a manager who plays winning baseball’.

However, the results that appeared after Choi took over were rather disappointing. Since his appointment, he has recorded 2 wins, 2 draws and 5 losses, and the period win rate has fallen to the bottom with a 0.286 win rate. The big thing was that I was swept against LG in the previous series.

It can be fully meaningful that right after Choi took office, he played a tight match against strong teams ranked 1st to 3rd, such as SSG, Lotte, and LG. However, the result itself of ‘not winning’ does not change.

The mound, which ranked first in team ERA (2.98) by surprise in May, is still doing well. However, from the 1st to the 11th, the team’s lineup, which recorded a team OPS of 0.747 and raised the team indicator corresponding to the second place during the period, completely cooled down after that.

Hanwha’s team OPS from the 12th to the present is only 0.578, and is at the bottom of the unrivaled category. Of the 9 games played during the same period, as many as 7 games were 3 goals or less, and 4 of them were 1 goal or less. After taking over as manager Choi, they went to overtime two times in nine games, and it is a regrettable result that they all ended in a draw.메이저사이트

Of course, winning against a strong team is not easy. In particular, it would not have been an easy match because SSG, Lotte, and LG are recording a high win rate while showing a structure in close matches. As a result, Hanwha lost even the power of the team in the match against them.

In the end, in the end, in order for the team to rise again, the hard struggle that Hanhwa had against SSG, Lotte, and LG under Choi’s system has no choice but to show results from now on.

In the first place, the only way to prove whether Hanwha’s decision to replace the manager was useful was to show it as a result of victory. Hanwha pulled the pin, and now all they expect is an explosion.

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