NC Dinos outfielder Gun-woo Park (33) has been removed from the active roster.
Park was removed from the first team roster on the afternoon of the 3rd, which was a travel day. NC head coach Kang Myung-ho will register a replacement for Park before the team’s game against the Gochuk Kiwoom Heroes on April 4.
토토 There are two main reasons why a player is removed from the first team. Slugging or sick. Park Gun-woo is batting .286 (73 for 255) for the season, and his last 10 games are no different, with a batting average of .286 (10 for 35). He also went 2-for-4 against the KT Wiz in Suwon two days ago. Is it an injury?
An NC team official said, “He’s not sick. The manager will explain before the game against Kiwoom.” If it’s not a slump or injury, the possibility of a change in atmosphere is weighed in. Earlier, Kang had emphasized at his inauguration ceremony as NC’s head coach that he would “severely punish any player who deviates from the ‘one’ team.”
NC has a poor record in its last 10 games, with two wins and eight losses. They remain in third place with 36 wins, 1 draw and 34 losses (0.514 winning percentage), but only 0.5 games behind the fourth-place Lotte Giants (36 wins, 35 losses). Depending on the outcome of the three-game series in the middle of the week, their five-game winning streak could collapse. In this situation, even the leadoff hitter, Park Gun-woo, is out of the lineup, increasing the pressure on the batting lineup.
Meanwhile, on the 3rd, 10 players in the KBO, including Park Gun-woo, were expunged from the first team roster. Song Young-jin (SSG Landers), Kim Dong-heon and Lim Byung-wook (Kiwoom), Kim Dong-yeop and Kim Ho-jae (Samsung Lions), Shin Jeong-rak and Choi Lee-joon (Lotte Giants), and Nam Ji-min and Jang Ji-soo (Hanwha Eagles) were removed.