Unfamiliar, Hanwha Mound in May

Professional baseball Hanwha fought three consecutive games from Munhak SSG on the 14th to Daejeon Lotte on the 17th. The result of the 3 matches was not bad with 1 win, 1 draw and 1 loss. What stood out more than the result was the content of the game. Hanwha gave up only 7 runs in 32 innings in 3 games. It was an indicator that could come out only when pitching power was supported qualitatively and quantitatively.

Hanwha is spending May with a sudden change of command tower from manager Carlos Subero to manager Choi Won-ho. A change is a big change. Controversy followed. However, in May, another change is appearing in Hanwha Baseball. Recently, they are creating mound indicators that are difficult to find in the history of the club.

As of the 17th, Hanwha is recording an average ERA of 2.76 in 12 games in May. As for the monthly team ERA in May, it continues to be the only team ERA in the 2-point range among 10 clubs.

Considering the image of ‘Hanwha Baseball’ formed by chance in the recent history of the KBO League, detailed indicators are being created that can be confirmed once more. Hanwha recorded a team WHIP (on-base percentage per inning) of 1.16, a team hit rate of 0.206, and a team POPS of 0.627 in 12 games in May. Looking at the record in May, it is by far the league leader in all three categories.

Looking at the pitching staff, it seems that there is room for this trend to continue in a large frame despite some ups and downs. First of all, the starting rotation was completed with the addition of new foreign pitcher Ricardo Sanchez. There is still no ace that can compete for the top spot in the league. However, Felix Pena, Sanchez, Jang Min-jae, and Moon Dong-ju. With the rotation starting in the order of Kim Min-woo, all five starting pitchers have a competitive edge that will not push them against anyone on the opposing mound.

In fact, it is the bullpen that looks noticeably stronger in Hanwha’s pitching staff this year than the starters. In terms of bullpen ERA, Hanwha is ranked second overall (3.52) in the entire season since the opening without limiting the section to May.

After the opening, the finishing position was confused, but Park Sang-won appeared and the entire bullpen stabilized. For three days in a row, the depth of the bullpen became so thick that it did not lose even in the inning fight of an extra game. There is left-handed fastball pitcher Kim Bum-soo and left-handed skilled pitcher Jung Woo-ram. There is Kang Jae-min, a sidearm, and Kim Seo-hyun, a three-quarter fireballer. In addition, there are right-handed “technicians” such as Lee Tae-yang and Yoon Dae-gyeong, who are capable of pitching and breaking pitches and digesting innings. There is also Han Seung-ju, who can be put in with various options.

This is why Hanwha’s bullpen use seems to be diverse. It is rare for pitchers of the same type to come out in a row.

In addition, Hanwha is also preparing resources for right-handers who throw fast balls, such as Han Seung-hyuk and Yoon San-heum, who are reorganizing in the Futures League. Among them, Han Seung-hyuk cleanly blocked one inning with no hits and no runs in the match against Sangmu on the 17th, and is on a streak of 8 scoreless innings in 7 Futures League games.

The stagnation of Hanwha Baseball was the sluggish mound. The team’s average ERA for the past three years before last year was 4.92, the lowest during the period. Baseball cannot change without a change in pitching power. Although the sample is small, this is why the change in the 12 games in May seems large. Professional baseball Hanwha fought three consecutive games from Munhak SSG on the 14th to Daejeon Lotte on the 17th. The result of the 3 matches was not bad with 1 win, 1 draw and 1 loss. What stood out more than the result was the content of the game. Hanwha gave up only 7 runs in 32 innings in 3 games. It was an indicator that could come out only when pitching power was supported qualitatively and quantitatively.

Hanwha is spending May with a sudden change of command tower from manager Carlos Subero to manager Choi Won-ho. A change is a big change. Controversy followed. However, in May, another change is appearing in Hanwha Baseball. Recently, they are creating mound indicators that are difficult to find in the history of the club.

As of the 17th, Hanwha is recording an average ERA of 2.76 in 12 games in May. As for the monthly team ERA in May, it continues to be the only team ERA in the 2-point range among 10 clubs.

Considering the image of ‘Hanwha Baseball’ that happened to be formed in the recent history of the KBO League, we are also making detailed indicators that can be confirmed once more. Hanwha recorded a team WHIP (on-base percentage per inning) of 1.16, a team hit rate of 0,206, and a team POPS of 0.627 in 12 games in May. Looking at the record in May, it is by far the league leader in all three categories.

Looking at the pitching staff, it seems that there is room for this trend to continue in a large frame despite some ups and downs. First of all, the starting rotation was completed with the addition of new foreign pitcher Ricardo Sanchez. There is still no ace that can compete for the top spot in the league. However, Felix Pena, Sanchez, Jang Min-jae, and Moon Dong-ju. With the rotation starting in the order of Kim Min-woo, all five starting pitchers have a competitive edge that will not push them against anyone on the opposing mound.

In fact, it is the bullpen that looks noticeably stronger in Hanwha’s pitching staff this year than the starters. In terms of bullpen ERA, Hanwha is ranked second overall (3.52) in the entire season since the opening without limiting the section to May.

After the opening, the finishing position was confused, but Park Sang-won appeared and the entire bullpen stabilized. For three days in a row, the depth of the bullpen became so thick that it did not lose even in the inning fight of an extra game. There is left-handed fastball pitcher Kim Bum-soo and left-handed skilled pitcher Jung Woo-ram. There is Kang Jae-min, a sidearm, and Kim Seo-hyun, a three-quarter fireballer. In addition, there are right-handed ‘technicians’ such as Lee Tae-yang and Yoon Dae-gyeong, who are capable of pitching and breaking pitches and digesting innings. There is also Han Seung-ju, who can be put in with various options.

This is why Hanwha’s bullpen use seems to be diverse. It is rare for pitchers of the same type to come out in a row.

In addition, Hanwha is also preparing resources for right-handers who throw fast balls, such as Han Seung-hyuk and Yoon San-heum, who are reorganizing in the Futures League. Among them, Han Seung-hyuk cleanly blocked one inning with no hits and no runs in the match against Sangmu on the 17th, and is on a streak of 8 scoreless innings in 7 Futures League games.메이저사이트

The stagnation of Hanwha Baseball was the sluggish mound. The team’s average ERA for the past three years before last year was 4.92, the lowest during the period. Baseball cannot change without a change in pitching power. Although the sample is small, this is why the change in the 12 games in May seems large.

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