Lee Dae-ho will cross and look at Park Jung-tae… ‘Bok-pulled transfer’ Son Ho-young challenges Lotte’s new history

Son Ho-young (30), who is writing “Transferred Life Success Story,” is surpassing his new team Lotte Giants legends one after another.퀸알바

Son Ho-young hit a heavy hit from opposing pitcher Lee Sang-young in the top of the fourth inning of an away game against the LG Twins at Jamsil Stadium in Seoul on the 16th.
The number of hits in consecutive games, which started against LG in Jamsil on April 17, has increased to 27. He beat out Korean baseball legend Kim Ki-tae (retired) who stood shoulder to shoulder until the previous day (15th), and ranked fifth in the KBO league in this category (based on a single season).

Son Ho-young is going to challenge Lotte’s new history. He marked his 23rd consecutive hit against the Kiwoom Heroes in Busan on the 11th, beating the previous record of fourth place (22 games) by Son Ah-seop (current NC Dinos), who has grown up as a representative teaching hitter in the league for 15 years (2007-2021).

He continued his hit streak at the game against Kiwoom on December 12 and 13, breaking the previous record of third place (24 games) set by Lotte legend Lee Dae-ho (retired) in 2008. He moved to Jamsil and added a hit at the game against LG on April 14 and 15, surpassing Park Hyun-seung (retired, 25 games).

All that’s left is another Lotte legend Park Jung-tae (retired). Park displayed gritful play as he was nicknamed “Akbari” when he was a player, and had hits in 31 consecutive games from the Daejeon Hanwha Eagles on April 4, 1999 to the Masan Doosan Bears on June 9. This is the first in a single season in the KBO League. If Son continues his five-game hitting streak, he can set a new record for hits in a single season in the KBO League with Lotte.

Park Jong-ho (retired) holds the best record for hits in consecutive games. Having started his hitting streak at the game against the Doosan Bears in Suwon on August 29, 2003, when he was with the Hyundai Unicorns, he set a record of 39 consecutive games over two seasons from when he moved to the Samsung Lions to the game against Hyundai on April 21 of the following year.

Son Ho-young is an infielder who moved from LG to Lotte on March 30. Lotte, which had been agonizing over injuries and sluggishness of Han Dong-hee and Kim Min-sung, recruited Son Ho-young to strengthen its offense, risking bleeding by giving up pitcher Woo Kang-hoon as a young right-hander who threw fastballs.

Son Ho-young, who has revealed his batting potential since moving to the next team, has secured his starting third baseman position. Lotte manager Kim Tae-hyung, who was stingy with compliments, also welcomed the move, saying that Son is essential to both ball and ball players. “I am not conscious of my challenge to record hits in consecutive games,” Son said calmly ahead of the match against LG on Wednesday.

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