3 hits in his first appearance in 43 days Doosan shortstop Park Joon-young “Prepared with venom”

Park Jun-young, who played as the starting shortstop in the opening game, returned after missing due to a thigh injury.

Doosan shortstop Park Jun-young

In the professional baseball match between Doosan Bears and Hanwha Eagles held at Jamsil Stadium in Seoul on the 13th, Doosan’s 8th hitter shortstop was originally held by veteran Kim Jae-ho.

Kim Jae-ho’s name was on the lineup announced before the start of the game, but it was Park Jun-young (26) who held the shortstop position.

Jae-ho Kim was hit in the calf by a batted ball during pre-game training, and Jun-young Park received an emergency blood transfusion.

Park Jun-young, who suffered a thigh injury while running the bases in the Jamsil Samsung Lions game on the 1st of last month, returned to the first team on the 12th and had the opportunity to play as a starter two games after his return.

And in his return game, he performed well with 3 hits in 4 at-bats, 2 RBIs, and 1 run, leading the team to a 9-6 victory.

Doosan swept 7 RBIs and 9 runs in this game only in the lower-order lineup of batters 6 to 9, and Park Jun-young played a key role.

Park Jun-young met with reporters after the game and said, “(Kim) Jae-ho’s injury was heartbreaking, but it was good to have the opportunity to play,” and added, “I didn’t feel rushed just because I was suddenly going to play.”

He also expressed his gratitude to Coach Seung-yeop Lee, saying, “I’m physically ready, but I think the coach was overly worried. Since you were so concerned, I will now take good care of my body to prevent the injury from recurring.

Park Jun-young’s sense at the beginning of the season was good enough to be selected as the shortstop for the opening game, beating out competitors such as Kim Jae-ho, Yu-chan Lee, and Min-jae Jeon.

Just as he was trying to develop his skills, he was faced with an unexpected injury.

Park Joon-young said, “Not dwelling on that and thinking about the good feelings I had during rehabilitation led to good results,” and “While I was missing, (Jeon) Min-jae, (Lee) Yu-chan, and (Kim) Jae-ho were good to me, so I prepared with vigor. “That’s why we got good results.”

In his first at-bat in the second inning, Park Joon-young reached base with a hard hit toward Hanwha first baseman Kim Tae-yeon.

The scorer’s judgment was that it was an infield hit.

Soon after, No. 9 hitter Cho Soo-haeng hit a ball along the right-field line that was slightly over the height of the first baseman, and as the quick-footed Cho Soo-haeng sprinted to third base, Park Jun-young had no choice but to run home.

Park Joon-young, who looked back with a smile and said, “It seemed like he had played the entire 9th inning when Soo-haeng came home after hitting a hit,” said, “I thought I could just stop at third base, but (the base running coach) kept turning. I gritted my teeth and ran. Still, the stadium was good. “I’m grateful to be playing baseball here,” he said.

Park Jun-young’s season performance with 3 hits in his return after 43 days is a batting average of 0.233 (24 hits in 103 at-bats), 4 home runs, 16 RBI, and OPS (on-base percentage + slugging percentage) of 0.766.

Park Jun-young promised, “The first half of the season is not over yet and the race is long. I will take good care of my body so that I don’t get hurt and get good results in the remaining games.” 토토사이트

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