2nd team’s first game, 6 at-bats, 1 hit O’Gredi, coach Subero “If you can’t fill the gaps, it might take more than 10 days”

Currently, the Hanwha Eagles do not have an opening pitcher or a No. 4 hitter. Birch Smith, who had high expectations as the first starter, was expelled, and Brian O’Grady went down to the second team.

O’Gredi made his first appearance in the Futures League (second team) game on the 26th. He appeared in both games 1 and 2 of the away doubleheader with the LG Twins, going 1-for-6 with 1 hit (double base), 1 walk and 1 strikeout.

He came on as the leadoff batter in the top of the third inning of Game 1 and hit a double to right field. In the beginning of the 7th inning, he struck out with a swing in the 2nd, 1st and 3rd bases.

He tried to change the batting order due to the extreme sluggish batting, but it did not work. He went 4 in the opener, then went through 5 and went down to the bottom of the lineup. His sluggishness continued to deepen.

He batted 1.2 with 7 runs (8-for-63) with 8 RBIs and 31 strikeouts in 17 games without a home run. Among hitters who filled the required at-bats, he was last in batting average and first in strikeouts.

At what point will O’Grady come back?

On the 26th, coach Carlos Subero said, “There is no fixed period for returning to the first team.

He went on to say, “If I fill in the gaps, I might get into the first-team squad before 10 games, or maybe 10 or more more.”

It is read as meaning that no deadline has been set. If O’Grady is sluggish in the second group, Hanwha’s troubles will inevitably deepen.

Hanwha, which lacks foreign pitchers and foreign hitters, is struggling from the beginning of the season. Since last week, they have lost 5 (2 wins) in 7 matches. 메이저사이트

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