Atlanta’s Park Hyo-joon, no hits against Philadelphia… Big league survival ‘red light’

 Atlanta, played in an exhibition game against Philadelphia, but failed to hit.

On the 15th (Korean time), Park Hyo-joon played as a substitute in the MLB exhibition game against Philadelphia held at Clearwater Baycare Ballpark in Florida, USA. From the bottom of the 6th inning on this day, he started as the third baseman and the 6th batter instead of Eri Adrianza. He walked on base in his first at-bat. In the ninth inning, he struck out on a swing and went 0-for-1 that day.나르샤 토토

Park Hyo-jun is showing a sluggish performance in his exhibition game. In the exhibition game against Pittsburgh on the 13th, a timely hit with 2 RBIs was his only hit. He is 1-for-6 with 1 run and 2 RBIs in exhibition games this season.

As a result, the position in the team is also unstable. Park Hyo-joon has already changed teams twice before this season. He was from Pittsburgh and moved to Boston through a trade in November last year. However, he was released after a month due to nomination assignment.

He subsequently wore an Atlanta uniform, but was released on December 29, 2018, again with a designated assignment. Hyo-jun Park, who signed a contract with the Triple-A Gwinnett Stripers, joined the Atlanta Big League exhibition game on the 1st. He is receiving opportunities to advance to the big leagues through exhibition games, etc., but his sluggishness continues.

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