Goliaths Hitting Coach Alonzo Powell Accepts Job With Japan’s Chunichi Dragons


Giants hitting mentor Alonzo Powell has acknowledged a situation as the new hitting mentor of the Chunichi Dragons, the Dragons declared for this present week (cap tip: Jim Allen).

Powell’s status with the Giants was uncertain after the association’s ongoing procuring of Gabe Kapler as the successor to notable chief Bruce Bochy. It’s normal for clubs to rebuild their instructing positions with the employing of another supervisor; the Giants as of now seem set to lose Hensley Meulens and right now observed warm up area mentor Matt Herges procured away by the division-rival Diamondbacks. Recently employed chiefs are oftentimes permitted to choose their very own staff, in spite of the fact that Giants pillar Ron Wotus will stay close by as the group’s third-base mentor.

It’s not actually a new hop for Powell, who played as an outfielder with the Dragons in six seasons from age 27 through 32 (1992- 97). During an amazing run with the Chunichi club, Powell was a three-time batting champion who hit .300 or better and posted an OBP north of .350 in five of his six seasons. Powell kept up an OPS superior to .900 in four continuous years there, including an eye-getting .355/.405/.584 cut in 1995.

Powell has broad experience as a small time hitting mentor and administrator. He’s recently filled in as an associate hitting mentor with the Padres and Astros just as between time hitting mentor with the Mariners back in 2010.

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More