Park Hyo-joon, two walks without a hit in an exhibition game with Minnesota

Park Hyo-joon (Atlanta Braves), who will start the 2023 season in the minor leagues, took two walks in a major league demonstration game.

On the 26th (Korean time), Park Hyo-joon started as the 9th batter and second baseman in the 2023 American Professional Baseball Major League exhibition game against the Minnesota Twins held at Cool Today Park in Northport, Florida, USA, and scored 2 hits and 2 walks in 2 at-bats.

On this day, Atlanta played two games against Minnesota on a home and away basis as a split squad.

Park Hyo-jun remained at home and faced Minnesota.

In the first at-bat in the second inning, Park Hyo-jun, who hit the second pitch of opponent starter Aaron Sanchez and ended up with a ground ball in front of the second baseman, calmly chose a walk in the fourth inning. The follow-up hitter, Ronald Acuña Jr., hit a left-handed two-run four, and Park Hyo-joon scored. 바카라사이트

Park Hyo-joon only had a fly ball to right field in the 6th inning, but got a walk again in the 8th and succeeded in getting on base twice.

On defense, he missed a hit by Donovan Sanchez, the first batter in the first inning, and committed one error.

Park Hyo-joon’s performance in this year’s major league demonstration game was 11 games, 11 at-bats, 3 hits (0.273 batting average), 2 RBIs, 3 runs scored, and 4 walks.

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