Park Yong-taek’s special visit to Jamsil…

A KBSN Sports commentator will visit Jamsil Baseball Stadium to watch the moment his KBO League career hit record is broken.

An official from the NC Dinos said on Tuesday, “If Son As-seob (36) breaks the record for career hits today, commissioner Park Yong-taek will deliver a congratulatory bouquet.” “Commissioner Park first contacted the club to say, ‘I want to personally congratulate Son on achieving the record,'” the official said.

With one more hit against the visiting Doosan Bears at Jamsil Stadium in Seoul, Son will become the KBO’s all-time leader in career hits.

The day before, Son had 2,504 hits, tying him with Park Yong-taek for first place.

On June 23, 2018, Park Yong-taek hit his 2,319th hit in an LG Twins uniform, surpassing Yang Jun-hyuk, the chairman of the Korea Baseball Foundation.

At the time, Chairman Yang visited Jamsil Stadium and hugged Park Yong-taek, who surpassed his record.

Park, who retired after hitting 2,504 hits through the 2020 season, will be happy to see his name drop to second place in the KBO’s all-time hits list after six years.

When he gets his 2,505th hit, the team will hold a “short ceremony” when he scores a run or returns to the dugout from an out.

Commissioner Park Yong-taek will present a bouquet of flowers to Son, along with NC president Lim Sun-nam, manager Kang In-hwa and Doosan players.

The KBO decided to use a pre-marked ball at Son’s bat to retrieve his KBO career-high hit memorabilia.

Many stakeholders are waiting for the moment when Son achieves his hard-earned hit record.

“His record is the result of a lot of things, including self-management, ability, and concentration,” said NC coach Kang In-hwa. He is synonymous with steadiness that everyone recognizes.” “He says that he is not conscious of the record, but he should set the record soon to ease the pressure. I hope he gets a hit soon.” 파워볼게임

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