Thursday Jun 08, 2023

“I don’t get angry with the players” Manager Yeom Gyeong-yeop revealed the reason for the ‘rage’ against Samsung

“I never get angry with the players. I did it because I was angry with myself and the coaching staff.”

LG Twins coach Yeom Gyeong-yeop was caught on TV relay cameras in a different way from usual in the match against the Samsung Lions in Jamsil on the 9th. At the end of the 10th inning, everyone watching was surprised to see Hong Chang-ki’s sacrifice bunt at first base shouting loudly toward the ground.

In this game, LG beat Samsung 3-2 with Moon Bo-gyeong’s closing infield hit and ran for 4 consecutive wins with a sweep of 3 consecutive matches over the weekend, but I couldn’t help but wonder why coach Yeom was ‘wook’.안전놀이터

It was not Hong Chang-ki who was scolded by manager Yeom, but Kim Min-ho, the third base operation coach. He made it clear once again that his rage was directed at the coaching staff, not the players.

Prior to the resignation match against the Lotte Giants on the 11th, coach Yeom said, “All the fault lies with me and the coach. ’ and he was angry with the staff and me.” He made it clear that he was not blaming Hong Chang-ki for the sacrifice bunt.

Manager Yeom not only attacked at the end of the 10th inning, but also tried to home-steal the third base runner Seong-Ju Moon by inducing Samsung Battery to check second base in the situation with two outs loaded at the end of the 8th inning.

In the bottom of the 10th inning, even before Moon Bo-gyeong’s run-off hit, when Moon Seong-joo grounded first base with 1 out 1 and 3 base, third base runner Park Hae-min should have lived at home, but this part was also out because of the third base coach’s judgment.

Coach Yeom said, “I was angry at the game on Sunday (9th), but I could have lived twice at home, but we (coaching staff) were wrong and we all died and we couldn’t score.” “Small misses are very important in the game. Me and the coach are moving, but I’m angry because we couldn’t communicate. If we didn’t get the points we should have finished and lost that important game, the season would have been 5 wins and 3 losses instead of 6 wins and 2 losses.”

“Still, we won the game, and we don’t have to repeat that mistake in the future. However, from my point of view, I wanted to show that the coaching staff needs to focus,” he said. This is coach Kim Min-ho’s credit,” he emphasized.


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