Hanwha Eagles foreign batsman Nick Williams needs a rebound. His manager is encouraging that he is getting better.

In nine games since joining Hanwha, Williams is batting .179 with one home run, three RBIs, and a .533 OPS. His weaknesses are becoming apparent. The line drive. He hasn’t drawn a single walk, while striking out 12 times.

Williams has an open batting stance, which leads to late swings and struggles with changeups.

That’s why she’s been working with a hitting coach to improve her form. 메이저토토사이트 “It’s getting better,” says Choi. It’s an open stance, but it’s coming into the square. Even in the last match, her timing and shot quality weren’t bad. I saw her hitting in training today and it was better than before,” he said.

Hitting coach Jung Hyun-seok also said, “Her swing isn’t bad. However, she is showing weakness against changeups, so she is working on pulling her hitting point forward. Above all, it’s important to make your own swing.”

It’s a shame that Williams hasn’t been performing well and has lost confidence. That’s why she’s trying to give her more confidence.

“I told her not to worry about the results right now and to have fun,” Choi said. “She was probably stressed about the results. She’s showing signs of improvement, so we’ll see,” Choi said.

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