The Hanwha Eagles are on a roll. With a four-game winning streak and a weekly win percentage of 8 percent, they’ve emerged as a dark horse in the mid-table battle. 먹튀검증
Hanwha went 4-1 in their five games from the 20th to the 25th, giving them a winning percentage of 8%.
This is second only to SSG (5-1, 0.833), the weekly leader in winning percentage. They have the same winning percentage as KT.
This keeps Hanwha in ninth place with 27 wins, 4 losses and 37 draws on the season, four games behind fifth-place Doosan.
The team’s rise was unexpected after a rough start to the season.
Hanwha was in last place in April with a winning percentage of 0.261 (6W1D17L). The loss of foreign players was significant. Pitcher Butch Smith was injured in the opening game and didn’t return, and slugger Brian O’Grady was bouncing back and forth between the two teams. Without a strong batting lineup, Hanwha struggled.
In May, Hanwha began to rebound. Existing foreign player Felix Peña came alive, and Ricardo Sanchez, who was brought in to replace Smith, became a winning pitcher, a formula that resulted in a win every time he pitched. The new head coach, Choi Won-ho, quickly reorganized the team and found some stability, finishing the month of May with 11 wins, 2 draws, and 10 losses.
Hanwha’s good run seems to have continued into June. The batting lineup was the driving force behind the momentum in June.
With center fielders Noh Si-hwan and Chae Eun-sung struggling, younger players like Kim In-hwan, Lee Jin-young, and Moon Hyun-bin have awakened.
Kim In-hwan hit .348 with one home run last week alone. Moon Hyun-bin also showed off his incredible long ball power, hitting three home runs in the week. Lee Jin-young paced the offense as the leadoff hitter. As a result, they matched their weekly win percentage of 8 percent and monthly win percentage of 5 percent (10-1).
Hanwha’s rise has tightened the mid-table battle. While Doosan, Kia, and Samsung have seen their win percentages drop below 4%, KT and Kiwoom have rebounded with win/loss margins of +8 and +4, respectively. KT is ranked 7th and Kiwoom is ranked 6th.
Only four games separate fifth-place Doosan and ninth-place Hanwha. Hanwha has the potential to move up.
There are more positives for Hanwha. New foreign batsman Nick Williams has finally joined the team. The addition of a foreign bat should give the team’s batting lineup a boost.
It will be interesting to see if Hanwha can establish itself as a dark horse in the muddled middle of the pack. 토토사이트순위