Kim Jae-hyun, the new head of SSG…back to Incheon after 13 years

Kim Jae-hyun, the power enhancement coordinator for the LG Twins, has been named the new head coach of the SSG Landers.
The SSG confirmed on Friday that it has finalized a contract with Kim Jae-hyun as the new manager.

The new head coach will return to Incheon 13 years after retiring from active duty with the SK Wyverns (SSG’s predecessor) at the end of the 2010 season.
“It’s a difficult time for ESG, but as the new head coach, I will try to clean up the club and untangle the knots,” he said.

After finishing third in this year’s regular league, the S.S.G. went through a major personnel overhaul, firing its general manager and head coach. 온라인카지노

Kim Won-hyung, who led the team to the title last year, was fired two years before his contract expired, citing innovation and change.

Kim Sung-yong, the head coach of ESG, was also dismissed, citing noise in the selection of the head coach and the secondary draft.
Kim, who began his professional career with the Elsie in 1994, moved to the Eskies as a free agent in 2004 and led them to the 2007, 2008, and 2010 Korean Series titles before retiring from active duty in 2010.

He then served as the Hanwha Eagles’ first-team hitting coach and the national baseball team’s hitting coach before joining Elgee this year as the team’s strength and conditioning coordinator.

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