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“It doesn’t mean much because the team lost. Focus on advancing to fall baseball.” Beyond Park Yong-taek, the team is first with 150 hits for 8 consecutive seasons.

NC Dinos outfielder Son Ah-seop (35) became the protagonist of history.

He achieved 150 hits in 8 consecutive seasons for the first time in KBO league history and 200 bases in 11 consecutive seasons for the second time in history.

Son Ah-seop achieved two great records at once by hitting a hit in his second at-bat as the leadoff hitter in the bottom of the third inning with a 1-0 lead in the first game of a doubleheader against Lotte held at Changwon NC Park on the 9th.

메이저사이트Son Ah-seop, who had recorded 149 hits and 199 bases until the previous day, started as the designated hitter on this day and in his second at-bat in the third inning, he pushed Lotte starter Park Se-woong’s 144 km fastball to the finish line on the third pitch, recording his 150th hit and 200th base of the season. did.

Arriving at first base, Son Ah-seop took off his helmet and greeted the spectators who filled the stands near first base. Son Ah-seop returned to the dugout after Martin’s timely hit and received enthusiastic congratulations from his teammates along with a congratulatory bouquet.

150 hits for 8 consecutive seasons. This is an unprecedented record for the first time in KBO history. A new record that surpasses Park Yong-taek’s record of 150 hits for 7 consecutive seasons (2012-2018) during his time at LG.

Son Ah-seop, who debuted at Lotte in 2007, recorded more than 150 hits in seven seasons, starting with 186 hits in the 2016 season and ending with 152 hits in the 2022 season.

He recorded more than 100 hits in 14 seasons from the 2010 season to this season. In the 2017 season, he also ranked first in all-time hits with a career-high 193.

Son Ah-seop, who faltered last year, the first year of his move to NC, made a splendid comeback after preparing for this season with utmost pride.

As of the 8th, he is 2nd in most hits and 2nd in batting average. He is aiming to win the batting title for the fourth time in his career and for the first time in his career.

He also achieved the record of 200 bases for 11 consecutive seasons for the second time in history.

This is the second record in history following Lee Dae-ho’s record of 200 bases in consecutive seasons (2005-2011, 2017-2020) during his time at Lotte.

Two significant records achieved through the consistency of ‘hit master’ Son Ah-seop.

The first 150 hits in 8 consecutive seasons in history and the 200 bases in 11 consecutive seasons, the second in KBO League history, are expected to remain in history as valuable as any other career record.

In an interview after the team lost 2-5, Son Ah-seop said, “I would like to express my gratitude to those who supported and congratulated me on the record. I think records are something that comes naturally when you consistently participate in games. He recorded a hit in the first game. However, I will not attach much importance to it as it did not lead to a team victory. Thank you for your support and support and I will continue to become a consistent player. For now, I will focus on the team victory and playing in the fall baseball rather than my personal records or other aspects, and put all my energy on the field. “I will write it,” he promised.

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