A key player in improving Tampa Bay’s constitution President Neander also extends his contract
Coach Cathy watching the players.
The Tampa Bay Rays of the Major League Baseball (MLB) extended the contract with manager Kevin Cash (46) and President of Baseball Operations Eric Neander.
The club announced related information on the 9th (Korean time) and said, “The achievements we have achieved with these two people have been amazing,” and “the best time has not yet come.”
Terms of the contract were not disclosed. However, local newspaper the Tampa Bay Times reported, “The two will remain with Tampa Bay until the new stadium is completed in 2028.”
Coach Cash is the main player who turned small market club Tampa Bay into a strong team.
Coach Cash, who took office as Tampa Bay’s head coach in 2015, set out to improve the team’s constitution and led the team to the postseason stage for five consecutive years from 2019 to last season. 카지노사이트
The achievement stood out even more because it was achieved in the Eastern Division of the American League (AL), which is home to prestigious teams such as the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox.
Coach Cash played great baseball.
By making many changes to the lineup for each game, they did not rely on one or two players, and also used an extreme platoon system (a strategy of using left and right batters depending on the opposing pitcher) to increase the team’s win rate.
Ji-Man Choi (free agent), who played in Tampa Bay from 2018 to 2022, was given the opportunity to start mainly only in games where right-handed pitchers started.
Some players and fans were dissatisfied with Coach Cash’s way of managing the team, but Coach Cash responded with results and grades.
Coach Cash also received the AL Manager Award in 2020, when the team successfully advanced to the World Series. 토토사이트 추천