Another defensive mistake-Self-destruction with Jurumi, detail baseball missing Hanwha… where did it go wrong
Little plays come together to make the difference between winning and losing. Hanwha Eagles coach Carlos Subero continued to emphasize ‘detail’ during the rebuilding process over the past two years. In defense, I tried to break the inertia and fill the gaps on the base. He wanted to go one more base with aggressive running base play and block the opponent’s attack with meticulous defense.
Some of them achieve some results, but rather, there are scenes where the details collapse and struggle. It’s a half ‘detail baseball’.
The match against SSG Landers was held at Daejeon Baseball Stadium on the 9th.
In the top of the 4th inning, Hanwha starting pitcher Felix Pena guided SSG lead hitter Guillermo Heredia to a ground ball in front of the pitcher. It was an ordinary batted ball that flowed toward first base. But Pena fumbled the ball. He made a hasty throw, but it was safe. Due to an error, he became 1st base safely.
Then, Heredia dug into Pena’s big pitching motion and succeeded in stealing second base. Another defensive error occurred at 1st and 2nd base. Park Seong-han’s ground ball hit went to the second and third bases. Shortstop Park Jeong-hyeon caught a ground ball and threw it to third base. It was an attempt to catch Heredia, who started with third base.
However, it became a bad throw and flowed toward the third base dugout. With two errors, he quickly scored an extra point. The weight of the conceded point in 0-1 is bound to be great. 토토사이트
The attack was also lacking in detail.
In the bottom of the third inning, lead batter Jang Woon-ho hit a left-handed hit, and Choi Jae-hoon picked a walk. 1st and 2nd base unscathed. Park Jung-hyun, who is recording no hits, tried to send a bunt as expected, but failed. He switched to a strong ball and made it to the full count, but it was out due to a foul fly by the first baseman. Then Lee Won-seok hit a double hit, and the chance to 1st and 2nd base was blown away.
In the bottom of the 7th inning, trailing by 0-3, the 1st and 3rd bases were out. A chance to change the flow was seized. However, when Brian O’Grady’s first baseman grounded, third base runner Noh Si-hwan ran home and died. The opponent’s defense did not miss the movement of Noh Si-hwan. I hurriedly cut off the start and poured cold water on it.
SSG was stronger in ‘detail’ than Hanwha, who emphasized ‘detail’.
Hanwha lost in overtime on the 7th and 8th in a row. Hanwha was defeated 0-3 that day. In the bottom of the ninth inning, the third batter struck out in a row in the chance to get first and second base safely. Daejeon gave away all home opening series.