Samsung coach Park Jin-man says, “I need to watch and learn from young players Oh Seung-hwan”


Samsung Lions coach Park Jin-man praised closing pitcher Oh Seung-hwan (41), who serves as an example for his juniors.

Coach Park Jin-man talked about Oh Seung-hwan ahead of the home game against Kiwoom Heroes held at Gocheok Sky Dome on the 10th.

Regarding Oh Seung-hwan’s poor performance at the beginning of the season, he said, “I think he was affected by the stagnant team atmosphere at the beginning of the season. Because Seung-hwan Oh is older, his strength and strength are lower than before. He gained strength while taking a break in the second half of the season. “It seems to be doing well because we are stockpiling it,” he explained.

Seung-Hwan Oh also briefly stepped down from the finish line this year. He showed poor performance from the beginning of the season, appearing as a bullpen pitcher, and sometimes appearing as a starting pitcher to find his pitching sense.토토사이트

Oh Seung-hwan’s save speed has been gaining momentum since the end of August, and he is just one away from 30 saves for the season and 400 career saves for the first time in the KBO League.

Coach Park said, “Oh Seung-hwan is a player who is good at managing. If he takes the mound erratically, he can lose his sense of the game, but he has a lot of experience, so he seems to be able to allocate his strength well. Just seeing Seung-hwan Oh will be of great help to our team’s juniors. “I hope young players can watch and learn,” he said.

Meanwhile, Coach Park emphasized that he would send Oh Seung-hwan out if a save situation arises, and that it is possible for him to pitch for more than one inning.

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