Lee Jong-beom, Hong Se-wan, and Kim Sun-bin’s successor, Na Na…crushes the first 3 percent of her debut with an extremely strong closer “You said if I can’t hit it, I’ll die”

The Tigers’ shortstop Golden Glover, who will follow in the footsteps of Lee Jong-beom, Hong Se-wan, and Kim Sun-bin, is taking a step closer to making history as Kia’s Park Chan-ho, 28,온라인카지노 continues his hot streak.

Starting at second base in the ninth game of the 2023 Shinhan Bank SOL KBO League against KT at KT Wiz Park in Suwon on April 24, Park went 2-for-4 with a double, two RBIs, one walk and three runs scored to lead the Giants to a 7-3 victory.

Park, who warmed up with a grounder to shortstop in the first inning and a grounder to second in the third, reached first on an infield single and second baseman Lee Ho-yeon’s throwing error in the top of the sixth inning after trailing 1-2. He then scored the tying run on Na Sung-bum’s single to right field and came home from third base.

In the eighth inning, with the score tied at 2-3, Park Chan-ho again drew a walk. With the bases loaded, he drew a walk, stole second, and came home on Choi Hyung-woo’s single to right field. It was the game-winning run that saved the team.

The icing on the cake was the final at-bat. With the score tied 3-3 in the bottom of the ninth, he came to the plate and hit a two-run double off KT closer Kim Jae-yoon, who had an ERA of 0 in August. He drew a 1B-2S unfavorable count and then hit a six-pitch forkball for the game-winning run. Park Chan-ho came home again on Na Sung-bum’s subsequent two-run triple to center.

[OSEN=Suwon, Kyuhan Choi] On the afternoon of the 24th, a game between the KT Wiz and the KIA Tigers of the ‘2023 Shinhan Bank SOL KBO League’ was held at KT Wiz Park in Suwon, Gyeonggi Province.In the eighth inning, with the bases loaded and one out, KIA’s Choi Hyung-woo batted, and pinch-runner Park Chan-ho stole second base. 2023.08.24 / dreamer@osen.co.kr

“Coach Lee Bum-ho told me that if I didn’t hit it, I would die, and he explained (Kim Jae-yoon’s) course, pitching pattern, and strategy,” Park said after the game. “I wanted him to throw a changeup because his fastball was better than I thought, but the changeup came in and I was lucky to get a hit. Honestly, I was confident before I stepped up to the plate. I felt like it was going to be a weird hit,” he reflected on the game-winning hit.

Unlike the offense, the defense went back and forth between hell and heaven. In the fifth inning, Kim Jun-tae’s throw to first base was missed, leaving the bases loaded, but in the eighth inning, third baseman Kim Do-young caught Jang Jang-woo’s throw that failed to catch and quickly threw to first base to end the inning.

Park said, “(Kim) didn’t say anything. If it was me, I’d be bowing down, but he doesn’t have that kind of flavor,” he joked, adding, “It was a play where we tried our best. Anyone can make a mistake and it’s good when someone makes up for it. In many ways, I think it happened so that we could win.”

[OSEN=Suwon, Reporter Choi Kyu-han] On the afternoon of the 24th, the game between KT Wiz and KIA Tigers in the ‘2023 Shinhan Bank SOL KBO League’ was held at KT Wiz Park in Suwon, Gyeonggi-do.In the top of the ninth inning, with two outs, KIA’s Park Chan-ho celebrates after hitting a two-run single to take the lead again. 2023.08.24 / dreamer@osen.co.kr

After a 1-for-8 slump in April, Park has turned into one of the best shortstops in the league, batting 2-for-9 with two home runs, 39 RBIs, 21 doubles and a .725 OPS in 101 games. He’s currently the hottest shortstop in the top 10. In his last 10 games, he’s batting 4-for-2.5.

When asked for his secret, Park said, “I’m a seasoned player, and I approach the plate with maturity. I think about how I’m going to approach the plate, what pitcher I’m going to hit, what course I’m going to hit, what type of pitch I’m going to hit. I’ve matured a lot compared to when I was just hitting and hitting and hitting,” he said. “I had a bad April, but I knew that if my wrist was okay, I could do well.”

“I’m more confident in the scoring department. “Whether I’m batting first, second or ninth, the batsmen behind me are always batting better than me, and that’s why the pitchers are trying to get me out of the scoring zone. That makes it easier for me to pitch,” he added. Park’s batting average with runners in scoring position on the season is a respectable 34.1 percent.

His goal for the rest of the season is to continue his August form in September and October. Last year, he maintained a batting average of 2.9 until August, but his monthly batting average of 2.9 in September and 1.9 in October dropped to 2.7 in the final season.

[OSEN=Suwon, Reporter Choi Kyu-han] The Kia Tigers stifled the KT Wiz’s rise with a fearsome comeback. The Kia Tigers won the ninth game of the 2023 Shinhan Bank SOL KBO League against the KT Wiz 7-3 at KT Wiz Park in Suwon on Thursday. KIA snapped a two-game losing streak and improved to 49 wins, two draws and 50 losses on the season. It maintained a 7-2 series advantage over KT this season. KT, on the other hand, saw its four-game winning streak come to an end, falling to 59 wins, two draws and 47 losses. KIA head coach Kim Jong-guk and Park Chan-ho celebrate after the match. 2023.08.24 / dreamer@osen.co.kr

“Last year, we were good until August,” Park Chan-ho said. But we fell off in September and October.” “This year, we have to wait and see. I can tell if I’m growing or not by how I hold up in September and October. But I always work hard to prepare. I just hope for good results.”

If he keeps up his current form, the 2023 KBO shortstop Golden Glove will likely be Park’s. Following Lee Jong-beom (1993, 1994, 1996, 1997), Hong Se-wan (2003), and Kim Sun-bin (2017), there is already a lot of speculation about whether the Tigers will have their first shortstop gold glove in six years.

Park Chan-ho said, “Honestly, it’s premature. I don’t know what will happen in the next two months. It’s possible that he could hit 1 in September or October like he did in April,” he said with a cautious attitude. “But I’m human, so I’m looking forward to it. But I’m not going to show it, I’m just going to focus on helping the team win. I’m not going to fake it for grades. I’m going to keep doing what I’m doing,” he said of his resolve for the rest of the season.

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