Doosan manager Lee Seung-yeop, a novice manager who wears the so-called “nongun fashion,” where his tights are below his knees, and even wears a glove and stands between first and second base during one-man break drills, is by his players’ side.
[Lee Seung-yup/Doosan manager: “Actually, I’ve been struggling since April, but it’s good to win baseball after all.”]
The first four months of the national hitter’s managerial career were not easy.
He didn’t shy away from harsh protests, gave instructions with a serious expression, and occasionally responded to heart gestures.
Despite his busy schedule, the most he said to the players was this!
[Coach Lee Seung-yeop/Doosan: “The team’s batting wasn’t good, so I said, ‘Hit it today.’ If you can’t hit it today, ‘Let’s hit it tomorrow!'”]
Thanks to this ‘positive leadership’, the cohesion of the batting lineup centered on Yang Suk-hwan and Yang Ji rekindled and led to a 9-game winning streak in July.
The first half report card is 3rd place, but what about the managerial report card that Lee Seung-yup gives himself?
[Coach Lee Seung-yup/Dusan: “In terms of points, can I give myself 50 points? There are some games that I lost due to my mistakes, so I’m reflecting on them, and I’ll make up the remaining 50 points in the second half.”]
Coach Lee Seung-yeop, who is looking to extend his team’s winning streak to 10 games, 먹튀검증토토사이트 tied for the longest in the league, starting with the second half of the season against KIA, who finished second in July after Doosan, puts his determination into his ‘five letter talk’.
[‘Five Letter Talk’ : “(How is the manager?) I love it (Player vs. manager?) I love the players (Doosan’s strength?) Strong teamwork (Goals for this season?) Korean Series!”]