‘Master’ coach Francona recovers health → leads CLE rebellion

Cleveland Guardians manager Terry Francona (64), who is expected to be inducted into the Hall of Fame in the future, is expected to regain his health and lead the team normally.

American sports channel ESPN reported on the 20th (Korean time) that Francona is maintaining good physical condition this spring. Previously, coach Francona was away for various reasons.

Francona suffered from stomach problems, a blood clotting disorder, and surgery on his left toe. Francona also suffered from heart problems.

There is also an opinion that he should step down from the manager and take a break. However, Cleveland and Francona are not willing to let each other go yet.

The Cleveland team has accepted Francona’s absence whenever he has health issues, and the players still rely heavily on him.

Outfielder Steven Kwan, who will be entering his second year in the major leagues, said, “Just having coach Francona gives me confidence.” 바카라사이트 A statement that can feel the firm trust in the director.

Francona has been leading the Cleveland Cavaliers since 2013, starting with the Philadelphia Phillies in 1997 and then the Boston Red Sox.

In Boston, he broke the curse of the Bambino in 2004 and won the World Series in 2007. He has a 22-year career record of 1874 wins and 1586 losses with an odds ratio of 0.542.

In addition, Francona won the American League Manager of the Year Award in 2013, 2016 and 2022 after moving to Cleveland. Hall of Fame induction is final.

Attention is focusing on what kind of drama Cleveland, with many young and talented players, will create in the 2023 season with a veteran coach who has recovered his health.

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