Former Texas coach Woodward returns to Dodgers coaching staff

Former Texas Rangers manager Chris Woodward returns to coach the Los Angeles Dodgers. 

According to the report of the American sports media ‘Dodger Blue’ on the 21st (Korean time), he, who worked as the Dodgers third base coach for three years from 2016, plans to develop infielders as a special assistant and tour coach for the club. 

Since 2019, he has taken the Texas commanding staff with a career record of 211 wins and 287 losses. He only recorded 22 wins and 38 losses (0.424 win rate) in 2020, when the season was shortened in the aftermath of Corona 19, and accepted a poor report card with 60 wins and 102 losses (0.370 win rate) in 2021.  카지노사이트

Texas signed a multi-year contract with starting pitcher John Gray ahead of last season, and sought to strengthen its power by recruiting Corey Seager and Marcus Simeon (above infielders) from the free agent market. 

However, Texas, led by former coach Woodward, failed to show any sign of a rebound, and former coach Woodward was notified of his dismissal in August. 

The media reported that “Cory Seager and Justin Turner were of great help to former coach Woodward when he was a Dodgers coach.” Turner said in an interview in the past that he was “one of the closest coaches to me” and thanked the media.

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