“What can I say? I will do well.”
NC veteran right-handed hitter Park Seok-min (38) received a whopping 93% annual salary cut this season. He cuts 650 million won from 700 million won in the 2022 season, receives 50 million won, and goes to the 2023 season. He was criticized as the instigator of the Corona 19 sulpan wave in 2021, and in the aftermath, he could not play properly for the past two years due to handling penalties. There were also leftovers.
He was fine with a batting average of 0.306, 14 homers, 63 RBIs and an OPS of 0.902 in 123 games in the 2020 season. However, he stayed with a batting average of 0.257, 10 home runs, 41 RBIs, an OPS of 0.841 in 59 games in the 2021 season, and a batting average of 0.149, 2 RBIs, 3 runs, an OPS of 0.409 in 16 games in the 2022 season.스포츠토토
The 2+1 year 4.7 billion free agent contract has ended. When the time came to sign a new contract with Park Seok-min, NC showed ‘cold business’. Now, Park Seok-min is one of the best veterans in the KBO league beyond NC, but his ransom is almost unknown and at the level of his annual salary.
Park Seok-min did not even attend the New Year’s party on the 16th. This is because he left for the Philippines early and started training individually. Appearing at Incheon International Airport on the 29th to participate in the Tucson Spring Camp in Arizona, USA, he appeared to have lost weight. Park Seok-min said, “Originally, I lose weight during this time.”