The captain begged, “Please get some sleep”… ‘FA’ Se-hyeok Park, had his temper properly

Ahead of this season, catcher Park Se-hyeok (33), who settled in the NC Dinos as a free agent (FA), is sweating hard to restore his honor.

Park Se-hyeok is preparing for the 2023 season by participating in NC’s spring camp (CAMP 2), which has been held in Tucson, Arizona, USA since the 29th of last month.

Ahead of this season, Park Se-hyuk signed a 4-year, 4.6 billion won contract with NC and chose to transfer 10 years after joining the pro team. It was made when the interests of NC, who had a vacancy in the home due to the return of Eui-ji Yang (36, Doosan), and Se-hyuk Park, who had a narrow position, met.

The past two years were like a nightmare for Park Se-hyeok. After taking the starting position in 2019, he performed well for two seasons, but in early 2021 he suffered an orbital fracture after being hit in the face by a pitch. Due to aftereffects, he had a batting average of 0.219 that year, but last year he also recorded a batting average 토토사이트of 0.248, 3 homers, 41 RBIs, and an OPS of 0.636.

Park Se-hyuk, who had a batting average of 0.133 until April, left room for a rebound in June (0.283) and July (0.347). But he wasn’t what he showed in 2019 and 2020.

At the time of his joining, Park Se-hyuk said, “I was injured in 2021 and I haven’t been able to get good results in the last two years, but I admit and accept it.” At the same time, he said, “There was a change in the environment while moving the team, and I prepared hard by putting down a little more pressure.”

As he said, Park Se-hyeok appeared in perfect physical condition at the camp. Battery coach Kim Jong-min looked at the catchers including Park Se-hyuk and said, “(In the first turn) I have prepared well enough to go to the real game right away.”

Seeing Park Se-hyeok like this, the senior also stuck out his tongue. Captain Son Ah-seop (35) posted a video of Park Se-hyeok swinging at the accommodation on his SNS on the 9th (Korean time). He made everyone laugh by leaving the phrase “Brother, Haengnim (brother) please get some sleep…”. Considering that Son A-seop uploaded this video at 10pm Arizona time, you can see his efforts.

NC coach Kang In-kwon (51), who has been watching Park Se-hyuk since his days at Doosan, predicted before the camp, “There were parts where I couldn’t show my full self due to injuries in the past two years.”

As the command tower said, if Park Se-hyuk succeeds in refreshing at camp and starts the season with a light heart, the stigma of ‘underdog’ engraved in the NC can disappear.

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