Thursday Sep 28, 2023

Suspicion of ‘unfaithful’ Jurusa… Manager “I can’t accept it” VS player “I did my best”

 St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Tyler O’Neal (29) and team manager Oliver Marmol (37) expressed their regrets to each other.

On the 5th (Korean time), O’Neal started as the 6th hitter in center field against the Atlanta Braves in the ‘2023 Major League Baseball’ held at St. Louis Busch Stadium in Missouri, USA.

The scene in question came in the bottom of the 7th inning with the team trailing 1-4. After one shot, O’Neill hit a left-handed hit and went on the ground. He subsequently went all the way to second base on a hit by Jordan Walker. Brandon Donovan’s right-handed hit with 2 out, 1st and 2nd bases came out, but second base runner O’Neal dug into the home and was tagged out.안전놀이터

This scene angered director Mamol. It was because I thought that O’Neill did not actively run base in a situation where the team was losing.

Coach Mamol said after the game that O’Neal’s run was “unacceptable” and that “we have a lot of players who play really hard. .

After hearing manager Mamol’s story, O’Neill said, “It’s a strong word for (the coach) to say to me, ‘I don’t have a hustle.’ I try to do my best on the field and do everything I can.”

Is it because of insincere juru? O’Neal was excluded from the starting list for the game against Atlanta on the 6th. After that, he came out as a pinch hitter in the bottom of the 8th inning and retired with a floating ball to center fielder.

Last year, O’Neal was plagued by injuries throughout the season. He suffered from right shoulder and two left hamstring sprains. He played with less risk of injury as a player, but he seemed disapproving of the manager.

O’Neill said, “I try to do my best every day and play in many games. I am also practicing my new running form. Next time, I have to go around the base a little faster and score safely,” he said, promising to show better performance based on this experience. did.


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