The Hanwha Eagles of the Korean Baseball Organization (KBO) have concluded their final training camp and are on break. The club said on Saturday that the team is on its way home after concluding its final training camp in Miyazaki Prefecture, Kyushu, Japan. Hanwha, which failed to qualify for the postseason this year, spent the last day of the season focusing on tactics, defense, and multi-position adaptation.

Newly hired coaches Kim Jae-gul, an offensive and infield coach, and Park Jae-sang, an outfield and first base coach, also participated in the workouts, as did rookies Hwang Jun-seo and Cho Dong-wook, who will make their professional debuts next year. “We achieved our goals with the new coaches,” said Hanwha head coach Choi Won-ho, “and we will be able to increase our scoring power in the new season with the different offensive formulas we worked on in this training.” Professional baseball begins its inactive season next month. Hanwha players will 카지노 have two months of individual training before they begin spring training in February.

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