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I lost to LAD Jansen’ Park Hyo-joon, second nomination this winter

Korean major leaguer Park Hyo-joon (26) was assigned the nomination in Boston. It’s the second time this winter. Coincidentally, it is to provide a place for Kenley Jansen (35), who is familiar as a former colleague of Ryu Hyun-jin (35).

On the 14th (Korean time), Chris Cotillo, a member of the American media Mass Live and a reporter dedicated to Boston, reported on his SNS that “Park Hyo-joon was assigned to secure a spot on Jansen’s 40-man roster.”

It has been only three weeks since he transferred from Pittsburgh to Boston through a waiver claim on the 24th of last month. At the time, Boston gave away left-hander Inmer Lobo (18) to Pittsburgh and brought in Park Hyo-jun.

With this, Park Hyo-joon is in a position to find a new team once again. If the nomination is processed, a one-week waiver notice period is given. If you cannot transfer to another team during that period, you can become a free agent with a complete release.

After graduating from Yatap High School, Park Hyo-jun moved to the United States in 2014 with the New York Yankees for a contract of 1.16 million dollars (approximately 1.6 billion won). After waiting for 7 years, he made his major league debut with 메이저놀이터 the New York Yankees in July of last year, but was traded to Pittsburgh after 1 game. This year, in the second year of Pittsburgh, it is continuing its rough big league challenge, failing to settle down, such as being demoted to the minor leagues four times. His performance this year was a batting average of 0.216, 2 home runs and 6 RBIs in 23 games.

Meanwhile, Jansen is a veteran closer with a record of 42 wins, 28 losses, 39 holds, 391 saves, and an ERA of 2.46 in 766 games. After debuting with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2010, he reigned as a franchise star for 12 years, but transferred to Atlanta last year. On the 8th, he signed a free agent contract with Boston for 2 years and 32 million dollars (approximately 41.3 billion won), challenging the American League for the first time in his career.

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