Manager Carlos Subero, who is in his third season as the command tower of the Hanwha Eagles, said, “Now is the time to leap forward.”
Hanwha started the 2023 spring camp in earnest on the 1st (local time) at Bellbank Park in Mesa, Arizona, USA.
Head coach Subero emphasized that it is ‘time to climb’ for this spring camp at a meeting with the team ahead of his first training session.
Hanwha stayed at the bottom in 2021, when coach Subero took the helm, and accepted the same report card last year.
Head coach Subero, who is entering the final year of his contract this year, explained, “Leaping does not mean a leap limited to numbers and grades, but to acquire the ability to steadily maintain oneself that has grown over the past two years.”
He continued, “In the past two years, talented players have shown ups and downs and failed to prove their growth. Now is the time to prove themselves through persistence.”
In addition, coach Subero said, “If there are three happiest days while playing baseball, it is the first day of spring camp, the first game of the season, and the first game of the playoffs. I am happy to celebrate the first day today.” 바카라사이트
He said, “Our team, which has many young players, can be motivated to show something if they train intensively from the beginning. Then, injuries or overloads may occur while the condition is not perfect, such as adjusting to jet lag.” will go through,” he said of the plan.
Director Subero encouraged, 바카라사이트 “After going through a period of adaptation, you will have to put all your passion into achieving the individual goal in your heart.”
After the meeting, the Hanwha team started camp with part-by-part training.
The Hanwha Eagles will conduct the first camp in Mesa until the 23rd, with a three-day training and one-day rest schedule. Afterwards, they move to Okinawa, Japan, and from the 28th of this month, they will hold a second camp focusing on practice games.