66.7% first-choice game ratio… Matching Hanwha’s ‘first button’ and ‘end button’

Either team still has a long way to go. Managers on the field say the same thing, saying, “After 30 games or so, you will be able to see some outline.” So, it is difficult to predict the end of the season for any team with the indicators that are coming out now.

The same is true of Hanwha’s race, which predicted the possibility of finishing last this season depending on the viewer’s perspective. It is not the time to judge whether the prospect before the season is right or not.

However, one ‘small change’ can be seen in Hanwha Baseball this season. The point is that the number of first-choice games is increasing rapidly.

Hanwha scored first in 8 of the 12 matches played until the match against Suwon KT on the 15th. As a percentage, 66.7%. Considering that Hanwha’s win rate stayed at 0.364 with 4 wins, 1 draw and 7 losses, it can be diagnosed that they showed weakness in the mid-to-late half of each game. In addition, the tasks that Hanwha will have to solve in the future are also narrowed.

In fact, the increase in first-run games is itself a ‘positive signal’ for Hanwha. In order to get the first run, the starting pitcher must not be pushed by the opposing starting pitcher while the team hitting line moves ahead of the opposing line to score points. It is a figure that can be made only when the sector that is the basis of team performance in the long-term race is strong. For Hanwha, at least since the start of this season, it has been rare for a game to be dragged from the beginning.

As the number of games per team increases, the ratio of first-run games also tends to get closer to the actual win rate. For example, SSG, the winning team last year, scored first goals in 82 games, the most among the 10 teams. Last year, Hanwha earned the first points in 65 games, the fewest among the 10 teams.

Again, the key for Hanwha is to increase the win rate in proportion to the ratio of first-run games. The stronger the team, the higher the win rate in first-run games. Last year, SSG’s first-choice win rate was 0.797 (63 wins, 3 draws, 16 losses), much higher than the season win rate (0.629). On the other hand, Hanwha had a win rate of 0.476 (30 wins, 2 draws, 33 losses) in last year’s first run game, which was definitely higher than the season win rate (0.324), but on the other hand, it was the only team with a first run game win rate below 50%.

This year, Hanwha started to make the minimum surplus business with 4 wins, 1 draw and 3 losses in first place games. Considering SSG’s 5 wins and 2 losses this year as well, and LG’s strong performance with 7 wins and 2 losses, this also seems to be lagging. However, for Hanwha, a hint for a rebound can be found at this point as well. In the end, the mid-to-late half of each game is the bullpen, and the pinch hitters and runners that come out in the second half of the game. This is because it is bound to be divided by the bench judgment to use them along with capabilities such as defense.

What is good for Hanwha is that it is creating a background that minimizes games that are pushed from the start and given up helplessly like last year. Basically, this is only possible if the starting rotation is operated normally.토토사이트 For the past three years, when Hanwha stayed at the bottom, the selection fight was more difficult than anything else. Over the past three years, Hanwha’s first-run game rate was 41%.

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