Its a Director Seung-yeop Lee Requested it Directly

] Doosan coach Lee Seung-yeop, who finished a difficult season with various trials and errors in his first year as coach, requested an SOS from his old mentor.

The Doosan Bears officially announced the hiring of coaches Park Heung-sik, Jo In-seong, Bujeong-yeom, and Kim Dong-han last week

effectively completing the composition of the coaching staff for the 2024 season.

A year ago, Doosan appointed Lee Seung-yeop, special advisor to the KBO governor, as the coach to help lift the team that sank to 9th place.  바카라사이트

They gave up on renewing the contract with coach Kim Tae-hyung, who led the dynasty

and made an unprecedented appointment by handing over the baton to special adviser Lee Seung-yeop 토토사이트

who had no leadership experience, for a total of 1.8 billion won for three years.

What Doosan paid most attention to with the appointment of coach Lee was the composition of the coaching staff.

Coach Lee did not leave the baseball world for five years after retiring in 2017, but since he had no leadership experience

he proposed recruiting mainly coaches with abundant field experience.

As a result, a large number of experienced leaders joined Doosan, including coach Kim Han-soo, who served as the manager of the Samsung Lions, Koji Goto, Yuji Serizawa, Seong-Hwan Cho, Jung-Bae Park, Su-Seong Jeong, and Young-Soo Lee.

Existing coaches Jeong Jae-hoon, Kim Joo-chan, and Ko Young-min also decided to remain on the team and help Seung-yeop Lee 안전놀이터

creating a truly luxurious corps of coaches.

Lee Seung-yeop’s division advanced to fall baseball in its first year, but was unable to avoid disbandment at the end of the season.

This is because as many as six coaches left the team, including 1st team batting assistant coach Joo-chan Kim

1st team base running coach Young-min Ko, 1st team operations coach Su-seong Jeong, 2nd team pitching coach Jae-hoon Jeong, 2nd team operations/defense coach Woo-seok Kim, and 2nd team operations/base running coach Jae-shin Yoo.

Coaches Kim Joo-chan, Ko Young-min, and Yoo Jae-shin transferred to the Lotte Giants, where former Doosan coach Kim Tae-hyung was appointed

coach Jeong Jae-hoon transferred to the KIA Tigers, and coach Kim Woo-seok transferred to the Hanwha Eagles.

Coach Jeong Soo-seong’s contract was not renewed under agreement with the club.

This year, Doosan was the first to begin the process of recruiting coaching staff with the opening of the Stove League, and following pitching coach Woong-cheon Jo, coaches Heung-sik Park

In-seong Jo, Boung-yeom Cho and Dong-han Kim were recruited to fill the gap.

Lee Seung-ho leads the second season along with existing coaches Kim Han-soo, Goto, Serizawa, Seong-hwan Cho, Myeong-cheol Kwon, and Jung-bae Park.

Among these, the most notable leader is coach Park Heung-sik (61), who is over 60 years old. It’s not simply because of age or rich experience.

This is because Coach Park is the person who made Lee Seung-yeop a national hitter during his time as Samsung coach.

Coach Park, a graduate of Shinil High School and Hanyang University, debuted as a professional in 1985 and retired in 1993.

His first-team career records include 660 games, a batting average of .200, 5.6, 6, 12 home runs, and 189 RBI.

Coach Park transformed into a leader and his career finally blossomed.

He served as a batting coach and second-team manager at Samsung, KIA, Nexen, and Lotte for nearly 30 years

producing numerous star players, and thanks to this, he was called the No. 1 batting instructor in the KBO League.

Coach Park became close friends with Coach Lee when he was a home run hitter at Samsung.

He was a coach who greatly helped Coach Lee grow into a national hitter from 1996 to 2003, and Coach Lee also had Coach Park as his ‘teacher’ during his active years.

This recruitment of Coach Park was made at the request of Coach Lee.

In a phone call with OSEN, a Doosan official said, “During the process of selecting the coaching staff

the manager directly requested the hiring of coach Park Heung-sik.”

Coach Lee, who took over Doosan without any leadership experience, is said to have played the first season respecting the opinions of his coaches more than his own.

He often listened to coaches’ opinions before making a decision rather than giving his opinion first.

Next season, it is expected that coach Lee, who has one year of experience, will show a little more leadership, but during the closing camp, coach Lee said,

I need to be a coach who helps me if I am lacking something, and if the coaches are lacking something, I have to be a coach who helps them.

I didn’t come (to Doosan) to get 5th place, so I will bring in the coach I need to play better games and baseball that will satisfy the fans,” he said.

Expectations are already high on how Coach Park, who has decided to transform from a teacher to a helper

will change Doosan. Attention is being paid to whether coach Lee Seung-yeop can lead the team down the right path and open a second era of success

just as it did for coach Lee during his active years.

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