Coffee or tea when we were players? There was nothing like this in our time”

Doosan Bears coach Lee Seung-yeop received a meaningful gift from an acquaintance on the 26th on his way to work against the Lotte Giants in Jamsil.메이저사이트

On this day, an acquaintance of manager Lee Seung-yeop sent a coffee truck in time for the Doosan team’s official pre-game training session. He delivered a congratulatory message to manager Lee Seung-yeop, who led the Doosan club’s first 11-game winning streak in the regular season after beating Lotte 8-5 the previous day.

On the coffee truck, there was a placard that read, “From national hitter to national coach, coach Lee Seung-yeop, fighting!” and “No matter what anyone says, our Bears go!

Director Lee Seung-yeop said, “I was surprised to see a coffee truck on my way to work. I drank a cup of iced tea.” You seem worried.” He laughed.

He also laughed, “I’m not from the ‘coffee truck’ generation. When I was a player, there was no coffee truck culture (sent by fans).” ) It seems that I can’t help but feel the warmth all the time.”

After retiring from the Samsung Lions at the end of the 2017 season, manager Lee Seung-yeop worked as a baseball commentator until last year and got away from the field for a while. He has been leading the Bears corps since this year after being unexpectedly appointed as Doosan’s 11th command tower while he had no leadership experience.

It is true that coach Lee Seung-yeop was a ‘national hitter’ during his active career, but right after taking the baton of Doosan, there were some concerns that he was a ‘novice manager’ with no professional baseball coaching experience.

However, director Lee Seung-yeop tells everything through the results. In the aftermath of a series of injuries to key players in the first half of the year, they fell to 6th place with 33 wins, 36 losses and 1 draw until June, but in July, they won all 11 games and climbed to 3rd place alone.

Doosan’s 11 consecutive victories under the leadership of manager Lee Seung-yeop is a significant record that has never been seen in the club’s history since the team was founded in 1982. Coach Lee Seung-yeop also broke the record for the most consecutive wins in the KBO’s all-time managerial debut season.

Head coach Lee Seung-yeop said, “I’m not playing right now (11 consecutive wins), so our players are good at it,” and turned all the balls to the players on the field so far. 

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