Park Hyo-joon, 3 consecutive transfer nominations → ST list excluded ‘greatest crisis’

Park Hyo-joon (27), who was designated for transfer (DFA) three times this winter, was not even on the spring training list.

On the 2nd (Korean time), the Atlanta Braves announced a list of players other than the 40-man roster to participate in 2023 spring training.

Park Hyo-joon was not listed on the list of infield and outfield players. In the end, Park Hyo-joon is expected to prepare for the 2023 season at the minor league camp 토토사이트

Previously, Park Hyo-joon transferred to the Boston Red Sox after being transferred from Pittsburgh in November of last year, and wore an Atlanta uniform after being transferred.

Afterwards, Park Hyo-joon accepted a transfer to the minor leagues after being designated for transfer in Atlanta. Park Hyo-jun is a member of the Minor League Triple-A Gwinnett Stripers.

Park Hyo-jun made his major league debut with the New York Yankees last year, but he did not achieve any significant results. After appearing in just one game last year, he was traded to Pittsburgh.

Last season, he spent most of his time at Triple A, and in 23 major league games, he only recorded a batting average of 0.216, 2 homers, 6 RBIs, an on-base percentage of 0.276, and an OPS of 0.648.

Park Hyo-jun was born in 1996 and will turn 27 in the 2023 season. Quite an old age for a prospect. He didn’t even make the spring training roster. This is the biggest crisis since entering the US.

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