The unstoppable march of the bears… this time it’s the ‘reward myth’ Park Joon-young

Doosan’s ‘hidden card’ exploded.

Baseball’s Doosan earned a 9-2 victory in its 2023 Shinhan Bank SOL KBO League home game against Kiwoom at Jamsil Baseball Stadium in Seoul on Monday. Doosan reported 41 wins (1 tie, 36 losses) on the season, solidifying its third-place position.토토사이트

It was Pajuk’s eighth straight win, dating back to July 1 against Ulsan Lotte. It took them exactly five years, 26 days, and 1851 days to reach the eight-game winning streak again after last tasting it during their franchise-record 10-game winning streak from June 6 to June 16, 2018.

As with any streak, there are stars on the pitching staff and on the field every day. Today, it was infielder Park Joon-young, 26, who is living the myth of the “compensation player”. He was the team’s choice to replace catcher Park Se-hyuk, who left for NC as a free agent before the season.

After rehabilitating from a dislocated shoulder surgery in October last year, he was registered in the first team for the first time on July 7 against Jamsil Kiwoom. He came in as a pinch hitter and registered a double and a run scored. The previous day (Aug. 8), he was also selected as the first starter and went hitless in three at-bats.

On the 9th, he was again selected by manager Lee Seung-yeop to start at third base. Unlike the previous day, he showed off his hot bat and became one of the main contributors to the team’s victory.

Doosan’s Park Jun-young plays third base defense during the game. Photo courtesy of Doosan Bears

Park started the second inning with a single to left. It was unfortunate that he was thrown out at first base, but it didn’t dampen his spirits. In the bottom of the fourth inning, with the score 2-0, he doubled with runners on first and second. It was a crucial moment because the opponent’s left fielder made an error, but he made a good hit.

In the bottom of the sixth inning, with the score 6-2, she added her final hit of the season. He pulled a slider from Ha Young-min for a solo shot over the left field fence. He was just two hits shy of a hit for the cycle, but settled for a single to end the game. His final line was 3-for-3 with one home run, one walk, two runs scored, and three RBIs. It was a perfect game with a full plate appearance.

This is the emergence of a hidden card that shows signs of being a hit product. After being drafted in the first round of the 2016 NC, his initial position was pitcher. However, after elbow surgery, he opted to switch to the infield and had a bumpy career. A compensatory player transfer was also a big factor for him.

Despite this, he didn’t let adversity stop him. Rather, he tries to play ‘Park Jun-young’ baseball through the crisis. He is a ray of light in a Doosan infield that is slowly preparing for the next generation. Park’s season has just begun.

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