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HANWHA MANAGER CHOI WON-HO “IF YOU’RE A GOOD HITTER, YOU DON’T GET A STARTING SPOT”

Hanwha Eagles head coach Choi Won-ho has predicted fierce internal competition for the remainder of the season .Choi made the announcement ahead of the team’s first game of a doubleheader (DH) against the Kiwoom Heroes at the Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul on 9 September. “For players with short careers, there’s no end to their downward spiral, so I think we should have multiple players take over a spot rather than one player,” Choi said. “I don’t think it’s very helpful to keep sending them out there (to play) when they’re not feeling well,” he said, adding, “I think they should take a break and find their feet, and if it gets too long, they should go down to the second team. “Overseas batsman Nick Williams, who has been in and out of the side recently, made his first start in almost two weeks against Keum the previous day .Choi believes that Williams, who has been struggling with his batting, has regained some of his batting touch after batting in a three-game series against SSG Landers over the past five to seven days. “I thought he was seeing the ball and making contact better when he was pinch-hitting, so I put him in the lineup yesterday,” Choi said. Seizing the opportunity, Williams lived up to the hype, hitting a solo shot to lead off the fourth inning and then a game-winning solo arch two batters later in the 12th inning of extra innings. Williams also started the first DH of the day in right field, batting second. The batting order for Game 1 of the DH was Moon Hyun-bin (second baseman), Williams (right fielder), Noh Si-hwan (third baseman), Chae Eun-sung (designated hitter), Kim Tae-yeon (first baseman), Choi In-ho (left fielder), Oh Sun-jin (shortstop), Choi Jae-hoon (catcher), and Jang Jin-hyuk (centre fielder).”After every game, we look at the batting data from the previous day’s game and divide it into good and bad hitters,” Choi said. “The good ones are always in (the lineup) and the bad ones are always out. For the mediocre ones, we use data to make a judgement,” he explained. “The good ones are out, the bad ones are in, and that’s the way it should be. There is no place for spit,” he said. “If we have to choose between scoring more goals and conceding fewer goals in the remaining games, I think we have to choose the latter,” he said, referring to the six-game losing streak last month, adding that he would play a player 바카라사이트 with a slightly better defence under the same conditions.

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