KIA Tigers Park Chan-ho (28) expressed his dream of becoming a shortstop Golden Glove.
In a spring camp interview held on the 12th (Korean time) at the Kino Sports Complex in Tucson, Arizona, USA, Park Chan-ho said카지노사이트, “I prepared a lot focusing on strength. I wonder if he can put a little more power on the batting ball now.”
Park Chan-ho, who said, “I want to make more doubles by sending batted balls that can penetrate left-middle and right-middle,” said Park Chan-ho, “I am concentrating on putting power on the batted ball. His batting average increased a lot last year, and now he needs to increase his productivity at the plate. Although it has improved, to be honest, my record is not a good one. I want to increase my productivity more,” he said, expressing his aspirations to show a better appearance at batting.
Park Chan-ho, who recorded an OPS of .685 with 4 homers, 45 RBIs, 81 points, 42 steals, and 42 steals in 130 games in 130 games last season, surpassed Kim Hye-seong (Kiwoom, 34 steals) to claim the second stolen base title in his career. Park Chan-ho, who said, “Last year, (Kim) Hye-seong got injured and became the king of base steals due to fisherman’s geography.” That doesn’t mean he won’t steal bases. He aims for around 20 to 30. I am a player who has to steal,” he said of the stolen base title.
Park Chan-ho, who said, “My goal is to become Korea’s first shortstop,” said, “I want to be the first player mentioned when talking about shortstop. Of course, I accept my position now. But in the future, maybe he will be this year. He wants to become the best shortstop.”
KBO League shortstop Golden Glove has always been the main character of outstanding players. From 2018 to 2020, Kim Ha-seong (San Diego), who is currently active in the major leagues, won the Golden Glove for three consecutive years, Kim Hye-seong, who became the king of stolen bases in 2021, and Oh Ji-hwan (LG), who hit 25 homers with the best defense last season, won the Golden Glove. lifted the glove.
Park Chan-ho, who said, “In fact, until last year, even when asked about my goal, I couldn’t say the word Golden Glove,” said Park Chan-ho, “I was embarrassed myself. I think so too myself, but I couldn’t bear to say it because I was afraid of how stupid the listeners would be. But last year, the goal was the Golden Glove. This year, I think it’s enough to say that my goal is the Golden Glove now.”