Coach Subero, angry at the happy defense, “The players must wake up” 

“It was a game that should have been won.” 

Hanwha coach Carlos Subero said this while looking back at the match against Gocheok Kiwoom on the 2nd. Hanwha lost to Kiwoom 6-7 and suffered the pain of giving up all of the opening two games. 

Coach Subero, who met with reporters ahead of the Daegu Samsung match on the 4th, said, “Of course, it was a game that should have been won. The defense in the bottom of the first inning was very similar to last year. Starter Kim Min-woo was able to achieve a no-goal game with no sacks. Kim Min-woo was good at reading the mistakes of young players, but in the end the number of pitches increased, which had a negative effect.” 

He continued, “It’s a part that I’ve been emphasizing since last year, and it didn’t come out like this in the demonstration game, but it’s unfortunate that it came out like this during the season. We have to show a steady appearance,” he emphasized the importance of defense. 

Coach Subero also said, “Actually, it’s not that we didn’t show good defense. The reason why we were able to achieve good results in the demonstration games was because of the solid defense. You don’t have to show it more because it’s a regular season. If you continue to show your original appearance as you are used to, good performance will come out.” 

“I was able to win both Kiwoom matches.안전놀이터 It can be considered that it has only been played 2 games, but only 2 games can go 10 more games and become the first half,” said coach Subero. “The players have to wake up. It really makes no sense to not be able to properly handle the floating ball.”

Hanwha’s will to escape the losing streak was strong. In the first inning, Lee Myung-gi’s walk, Noh Si-hwan’s double, and Chae Eun-seong’s walk took a chance to load the bases. Brian O’Grady’s two RBIs and a timely hit and Kim Tae-yeon’s center fielder’s sacrifice fly earned three points first. 

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