The charisma of a master craftsman who has been absent for six years. The coaches are in sync and can communicate with the youngest

Coach Kim Kyung-moon, who returned, won the first game.

The Hanwha Eagles won an away game against the KT Wiz 8-2 at KT Wiz Park in Suwon on the 4th. The victory is more than just one win.노래방알바

Hanwha announced its new head coach Kim Kyung-moon as its new head coach after the match against Samsung in Daegu ended on the 2nd. After the inauguration ceremony on the 3rd, Kim immediately moved with his team to Suwon to prepare for the first game against KT.

Coach Kim, who arrived at the stadium at 3:30 p.m. on the 4th, immediately went to the ground to greet KT coach Lee Kang-chul, Hwang Jae-gyun, Oh Jae-il, and Kang Baek-ho, and watched Hanwha players train.

The number of reporters was as large as that of the Korean Series, following the return of the master. All reporters’ eyes did not miss Kim’s every move.

Kim’s lineup before the game was unprecedented. Starting lineup was arranged in order of Euro-Gyeol (center fielder), Kim Tae-yeon (first baseman), Ha Ju-seok (designated hitter), Roh Si-hwan (third baseman), Ahn Chi-hong (second baseman), Chae Eun-sung (right fielder), Choi Jae-hoon (pitch), Lee Do-yoon (striker), and Jang Jin-hyuk (left fielder).

The leadoff Euro result and Ahn Chi-hong’s use of second baseman definitely attracted attention.

Coach Kim expressed his expectation, saying, “Euro-gyeol is a sense of star. I encouraged him by calling him today. I will be nervous, but I will be a star as much as I can.”

Regarding Ahn Chi-hong’s appointment as a second baseman, he said, “An Chi-hong asked me if I should prepare for the second baseman first. So I said, ‘Of course.’ It’s good to have a fixed lineup, but I think Ahn Chi-hong can do it enough.”

Euro-Gyeol, who reached first base twice with a walk and a hit
Euro-Gyeol, who had no hits in three at-bats in just three games this season, lived up to manager Kim’s expectations by recording a hit on his first on-base hit of the season with one hit and one walk in four at-bats.

Ahn Chi-hong, who played as a second baseman, also led the infield’s stable defense by banking on his smooth defense as if he was wearing familiar clothes. He also displayed robust performance in offense by posting one hit, one walk and two points from two times at bat.

Choi Jae-hoon, who showed perfect performance in defense and offense, appeared happy after hitting a timely RBI single with two outs and runners on first and second bases in the top of the sixth inning
Catcher Choi Jae-hoon, who made a special request for Kim to “do well” at the inauguration ceremony, also played well with two hits, two RBIs and one run from three times at bat. In defense, he led Hwang Joon-seo, who was shaken at the beginning of the game, to minimize the number of runs, and then he also showed good chemistry with the pitchers who took the mound, preventing the number of runs to just two points.

Hanwha, which took the lead from the beginning by scoring three points in the second inning, added three points in the sixth inning and two points in the eighth inning.

Jang Min-jae, who took the mound from the fourth inning, appeared happy after handling the first base with no outs in the bottom of the fifth inning with a double play by the second baseman.

Park Sang-won, who took the mound with two outs and runners on first and third bases in the bottom of the seventh inning, cheered after finishing the inning without allowing a run.
In the pitching staff, starter Hwang Joon-seo could only play three innings (one run), but Jang Min-jae (2 scoreless innings), Han Seung-hyuk (1 scoreless innings), Kim Bum-soo (⅓ scoreless innings), Park Sang-won (⅔ scoreless innings) and Kim Kyu-yeon (2 scoreless innings) took the mound to block KT’s batting lineup

Throughout the game, coach Kim applauded and encouraged the players, urging them to go for it. Communication with the coaches also went smoothly. Coaches from all walks of life, including senior coach Chung Kyung-bae, exchanged views with Kim from time to time, moving in unison.

Coach Kim Kyung-moon’s energetic appearance remained unchanged.
When Hanwha’s victory was confirmed, head coach Kim shook hands with all the coaching staff in the dugout. On the ground, Chae Eun-sung carefully took the winning commemorative ball and handed it to head coach Kim.

Chae Eunsung, who brought a commemorative winning ball
Park Jong-tae, the new president, came down to the dugout and gave coach Kim a congratulatory bouquet of flowers, giving him an emotional first win hug.

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