22 Jul

Coach Kang Dong-woo during his time with the Doosan Bears.

The Hanwha Eagles reshuffled their coaching staff on Aug. 21, the day they begin their second half schedule.

According to the club, Kim Jung-min, the first-team battery coach, will change his position to first-team bench coach. Kim will take on the role of general manager of the pitching staff and will be in charge of the pitching staff and operations during the game.

Lee Hee-geun, the Futures (second team) battery coach, will replace Kim as the first team battery coach. Futures Battery Coach Jung Bum-mo will be promoted from the reserve team.

Hitting coach Kim Nam-hyung has been removed from the first team coaching staff, but will accompany the first team to guide the players.

Coach Lee Dae-jin, who took over as head coach when Choi Won-ho was appointed, will continue to serve as a bridge between the coaching staff and the players.

However, as the pitching staff will be led by Kim Jeong-min, the pitcher's role will increase.

In addition, Hanwha has hired a new coach, Kang Dong-woo. Kang will be in charge of operations, infield and outfield defense for the reserve team.

"This coaching staff reorganization is aimed at strengthening the first-team coaching system," said a Hanwha representative. "Head coach Lee Dae-jin and bench coach Kim Jung-min will utilize their expertise in pitching and fielding, 카지노사이트 respectively, to enhance the details of the bench."

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