Hanwha foreign batter Brian O’Grady (31) went down to the second group for the second time on the 20th of the season. In the meantime, the Hanwha Futures team played four games, but O’Grady did not appear. He is in fact on the verge of being released, but for another reason. 메이저사이트

Hanwha coach Choi Won-ho said of Oh Grady ahead of the match against Daejeon Kiwoom on the 30th, “After going down to the 2nd team, I hurt his side while doing a special hit. He said, “I can’t train normally,” he said. He can prepare again only when there is no pain, but I think I need to see the situation.” 

O’Grady showed an extreme sluggishness this season with a batting average of .174 slugging percentage .163 OPS .337 with 40 strikeouts in 22 games with a batting average of . After going down to the second group for the first time on the 23rd of last month, he went through adjustments, but it was not perfect. He struggled with a cold and suffered sluggish performance in the Futures League with a batting average of 10.7 and 9 Lee (5 hits in 28 at-bats), no home runs and one RBI in 8 games. 

He returned to the first team on the 11th, but there was no rebound. After returning to the first team, he continued his sluggishness with a batting average of 1.1 8 (2 hits in 17 at-bats), 1 walk and 9 strikeouts in 5 games. In the end, he went down after receiving a second notice of going to the 2nd Army, but this time, as he overlapped with an injury, his return to the 1st Army is getting further and further away.

Hanwha’s second-year foreign pitcher Felix Pena found stability by starting quality in all five games in May, and Ricardo Sanchez, who joined as a substitute, is quickly adapting by pitching well in three consecutive games. With foreign pitchers taking their place, the power of batters is desperately needed. As the foreign player market pool is also expanding from June, results are expected to come out sooner or later. 

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