‘0.469’ Miracle Junyoung of Miracle Doosan
Park Jun-young (25) is having a stellar game.
The Doosan Bears won 5-2 against the Kia Tigers of the 2023 Shinhan Bank Solar KBO League on Monday at Gwangju-KIA Champions Field. The win was Doosan’s 10th in a row and keeps them in third place with a record of 80-43-1, with 36 ties.
The game was tightly contested until the top of the sixth inning. Doosan took a 2-1 lead, but it didn’t last long. A nerve-wracking battle ensued.온라인바카라
Park Jun-young broke the ice and gave his team the win. With two outs in the top of the seventh inning, Park worked a full count against Young Gun pitcher Choi Ji-min. He then lined a triple to right-center field, giving Doosan the win and extending their winning streak to 10 games. In baseball, where even the strongest teams only have a 6-7% chance of winning, this was a miracle for Doosan.
The infielder who hit the game-winning hit, Park Jun-young, is actually a pitcher, as is widely known. Along with fellow 1997-born Koo Chang-mo, he was known as a left-handed pitcher. However, he was forced to retire from pitching due to elbow tendon problems.
Afterward, Park served in the military and tried to transform himself into a beast, and while it seems hindsight is 20/20, it was a miracle, just like his team’s miracle.
Park Jun-young joined Doosan as compensation for Park Se-hyuk, who joined Stavrig as an NC last season. After rehabbing from an injury, Park was called up in July and has been exploding with power. His batting average alone is up to 0.467. There are now jokes from Doosan fans that the team had to give up Se-hyuk Park to get Jun-young Park.
Instead of giving up due to a tendon injury, he transformed into a beast and is now on fire. Park Jun-young, the miracle worker, is flying high with his team’s 10-game winning streak.