Will there be another success story of Transformers following Na Kyun-an?…’Post Son Ah-seop’ makes his first-team debut as a pitcher

 Another ‘Transformer’ player made his first-team debut for the Lotte Giants.

In the match against KT Wiz held at Suwon KT Wiz Park on the 13th, Lotte Park Yeong-wan took the mound in the bottom of the 9th inning with a 5-0 lead, ending the game with 1 inning, 1 walk, 1 strikeout and no runs. 

Park Young-wan, who wore a Lotte uniform in the 2nd 5th round of the 2019 rookie draft, made his first team debut in the 5th year of joining the team on this day. He recorded 7 games, 1 win, 1 hold, ERA of 2.57 (2 earned runs in 7 innings), 6 hits (1 home run), 3 walks and 8 strikeouts in the Futures League this year. Park Young-wan, who was a foster player, signed a contract as an official player on the 11th and started accompanying the 1st team and was registered with the 1st team on the 13th. As soon as he registered, his debut match was made. 

He had a five-run lead, but there was a peculiarity of the ninth inning. He started uneasily by giving up a walk to lead hitter Seong-Woo Jang. However, he took two outs with a double hit that led to the second baseman, shortstop, and first baseman, inducing a ground ball to the second baseman against Hong Hyun-bin. After two shots, he ended the game by striking out with a swing after a full count against Park Kyung-soo. He finished his debut, which was impressive in his own way. 

After graduating from Masan Yangdeok Elementary School, Masan Dong Middle School, and Daegu High School, Park Young-wan made an impressive performance as a two-time hitter throughout his high school days. In 21 games as a pitcher, he went 2-2 with a 1.64 earned run average (4 earned runs in 22 innings) with 20 strikeouts and a 0.73 WHIP. As a hitter, he hit 62 games with a batting average of 3.7 and 9 Lee (69 hits in 182 at-bats) with 53 RBIs and an OPS of 1.030. He was a player who performed better as a hitter. In fact, at the time of nomination, Lotte was marked as the ‘successor of Son A-seop’. That means that he had good contact skills. Although the 2019 sample is small, he also left a meaningful record of 16 games with a batting average of 3.6 1 Lee (13 hits in 36 at-bats), 1 home run, 7 RBIs, and an OPS of .925.

However, in 2020 he turned to pitching.카지노사이트 He became a pitcher at the recommendation of the club. This year, in 28 games, 3 wins, 1 loss, 4 holds, an average ERA of 3.90 (13 ERA in 30 innings), 13 walks and 16 strikeouts left a good result. And during the 2021 season, he enlisted in the military on active duty, and before this season, he was discharged and made his first-team debut right away.

Lotte already has a successful case of Na Kyun-an, who turned from catcher to pitcher and was reborn as MVP in April of this year’s KBO League. There is no unfamiliarity with ‘Transformers’ players. He showed his potential by debuting up to the first team less than a year after completing his active military service. Can another successful case of conversion appear in Lotte?

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