Expectations are already ace… Director Lee Seung-yeop “Kwak-bin should have thrown 6 innings”

July 8, 2023 0 Comments

There are two ways for a coach to treat a player as an ace.

The easiest way is to give a direct compliment. All you have to do is say “I threw like an ace” for the result of the game.

Sometimes, ‘sorry’ can instill a sense of responsibility as an ace in a player.

If you are an ordinary player, even if you have a performance that would be highly praised, it is enough to criticize instead of praise because the expectations are high.

Doosan Bears manager Lee Seung-yeop treated Gwak-bin as a ‘domestic ace’ in the second way.

Coach Lee said, ahead of the Kiwoom Heroes match to be held at Jamsil Stadium in Seoul on the 8th, “I blocked it with no runs, but the innings were insufficient. If you are a player like Gwak Bin, I hope you always throw 6 innings as a starting pitcher. That is enough for a player, but the number of pitches a lot,” he said.

On the 7th, in the game against Kiwoom in Jamsil, Kwak Bin pitched 5 innings, 2 hits, 2 walks, 5 strikeouts and no runs, lowering his ERA to 2.08 with his 8th win of the season.

The team also won 10-0, making it a six-game winning streak.

However, Lee pointed out that Kwak Bin only managed 5 innings even after throwing 104 balls.

He also ordered a so-called ‘poker face’, saying, “It must be because he is a young player, but there was also a change in expression on the mound.”

It is a word that expresses the wish that Kwak Bin is not satisfied with being a ‘just such a 10-win pitcher’ and wants to grow into a player representing the league.

Coach Lee, who took the professional baton for the first time this year, seems to be good at controlling his emotions like a veteran coach.바카라

Even though he jumped to 3rd place with 6 consecutive victories, coach Lee said, “Everything seems to be going well during the winning streak,” and “the staff will always carefully focus on the role of keeping the players in good condition for a long time.”

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