“I didn’t expect the impact to be this good…” Park Kyung-soo’s hot growth, and he even scored his first home run to a 161 wins senior

KT Wiz infielder Cheonseong-ho is one of the hit products of both KT and the KBO League this season. This season, the first season since his discharge from the military athletic unit (Sangju Sangmu), has been showing off stellar performance beyond reversal.메이저사이트

He has a batting average of 0.353 47 hits, one homer, 13 RBIs and 29 runs scored in all 31 games played by his team. He ranks first in hits and scores and fifth in hits. He has played in 13 multi-hit games alone.

A graduate of Jinheung High School and Dankook University, Chun joined KT with the 12th pick in the second round of the 2020 rookie draft. After batting .234 with 26 hits, five RBIs and 22 runs scored in 107 games overall in the first division, he joined the team at the end of the 2021 season. Although he was a promising player, he failed to take a chance.

Sangmu seems to have become a godsend. In the 2022 season, he recorded a batting average of 0.276 60 hits, 35 RBIs and 43 runs in 81 games in the Futures League, and in 79 games in the 2023 season, he recorded a batting average of 0.350104 hits, 44 RBIs and 69 runs in the Futures League.

With high expectations, he has been the starting second baseman of KT following Park Kyung-soo this season, which is surprising. He has only two errors. His defense is more stable than expected. He is playing as a regular first baseman, as he is okay with hitting well and getting on base. He is trusted by KT manager Lee Kang-chul.

At a match against the SSG Landers held at SSG Landers Field in Incheon on Sunday, Chun will have another memorable day for him. He immediately hit his first homerun since his debut. He played in 137 games in his career, but no homerun was hit.

However, it is meaningful that the opponent team who hit his first homerun since his debut has secured 161 wins in the KBO League. He hit a solo homer over the fence on the left side in the third inning with no runner on the out. It was enough to lay the groundwork for his victory.

“I think the home run came out faster than I thought. It’s an honor and I feel good because I hit it against my seniors,” Chun said.

As soon as Cheung entered the dugout after hitting his first homer, no teammates welcomed him. Usually, players show no reaction after hitting their first homerun of the season or the first homerun of their debut. Cheung also experienced this for the first time.

“I was expecting it. Everyone knew it was my first home run. My teammates even asked me when I would hit my first home run,” Cheung said.

“I didn’t expect the batting to be this good. My goal was to get at least one hit in every game, but now I think I’ve endured it so far with multiple hits coming out,” he said. “I also try to defend safely and slowly. Listening to the advice of my seniors, I felt more at ease when I defended.”

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