Doosan Bears, who are stuck in the low five-figure win column, are hoping to turn things around with an unknown player. Doosan has named Park Ji-hoon (23) to bat third and play first base against the KIA Tigers at Jamsil Stadium in Seoul on Sunday. It was Park’s second start since joining the team in 2020. It was his first since 24 October 2021, when he batted ninth and played right field against the LG Twins in Jamsil. In 47 games with the first team, Park has 16 hits, five doubles, two triples, three home runs, seven RBIs and seven runs scored. He entered active duty after the 2021 season and was released in June this year. Doosan head coach Lee Seung-yeop made the surprise call in hopes of revitalising the team’s underperforming batting line-up. Doosan has gone 11-20 in 31 games since its 11-game winning streak ended on 25 July, with a team batting average of just .247 (ninth in the league). Park Ji-hoon hit a timely double with one out in the bottom of the ninth inning against KIA the previous day to prevent the team from falling to 0-7. “In a tough time, if a rookie player comes out one by one, the atmosphere can change drastically,” Lee told reporters, adding, “I felt he was a good enough hitter when I saw his swing practice.” “You don’t go to No. 3 just because you got one hit yesterday,” he said, explaining that not many players have shown consistently good form at No. 3, and that he wanted to see if he could hit in front of (No. 4 hitter) Yang Ji. Park, who was born on 7 September 2000, is determined to live up to the expectations of his commander and make 바카라사이트 his birthday evening count.

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