When will Park Hyo-joon’s hot hitting sense be promoted to MLB?

The flame on the bat hardly goes out in June. However, promotion to the Major League is still a long way off. Will Park really have a chance as he continues to stay in the Minor League.

Park Hyo-joon, who plays for the Triple-A team Las Vegas Aviators under the Oakland Athletics, started the game against the Tacoma Rainers (Seattle Mariners) at Chaney Stadium in Tacoma, Washington on Monday, and recorded one hit, one walk, one strikeout and one stolen base from two times at bat. He has had two consecutive hits following the previous game. Park’s batting average rose to 0.284 with his OPS to 0.822.

In the top of the third inning, Park hit a 91.9-mile sinker into the middle of the game against Tacoma starter Michael Marriott to hit a clean right-handed hit. The batting speed amounted to 109.4 miles (176.1 kilometers).

When the next batter, Nick Allen, was struck out, Park tried to steal second base but succeeded. It was Park’s 11th steal of this season. However, follow-up hitters failed to step home due to poor batting performance. 토토사이트 추천

At the second at bat in the top of the fifth inning, Park drew a walk to complete multiple on-base hits. However, the team failed to advance to extra base again this time due to failure of follow-up hits. Then, he struck out at the last at bat in the top of the seventh inning. Las Vegas lost 2-6.

Park has been showing off his strong batting performance since June. He has a batting average of 0.340 with an on-base percentage of 0.441 and a slugging percentage of 0.580 in 16 games in June. He has three home runs with 10 RBIs, eight walks and three stolen bases.

With such outstanding performance, the opportunity to be promoted to the Major League rarely comes. Park Hyo-joon, who failed to enter the opening entry despite batting .477 in the exhibition game and had to accept going to the minor league, is doing well again after overcoming disappointment, but Oakland is casually turning away from Park Hyo-joon. On the 19th, Oakland called up infielder Tyler Nevin and outfielder Lawrence Butler, not Park Hyo-joon.

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