Beyond Lee Seung-yup, there is only Choi Jung, the ‘first’, and Son Asub, the ‘hitter’… Beyond Park Yong-taek, shoulder to shoulder with Lee Dae-ho…

SSG’s Choi Jung (36) broke Doosan’s Lee Seung-yup’s high barrier. He is the KBO’s all-time leader in runs scored with the most home runs.토토사이트

Choi led off the third inning against Hanwha in Daejeon on June 6 with a double and came home on Guillermo Heredia’s RBI single to score the 1356th run of his career. Choi, who had scored one run the day before to tie Lee for 1355 career runs, reached the milestone. Choi was presented with a bouquet of flowers by SSG coach Kim Won-hyung. Choi added a run in the seventh inning to extend her record to 1,357.

A living legend trying to be the first. The NC Dinos also have one.

It’s outfielder Son Ah-seop (35).

He will become the first KBO player to reach 150 hits in eight consecutive seasons.

With four more hits, Son will become the first player to reach 150 hits in eight consecutive seasons, surpassing Park Yong-taek’s record of 150 hits in seven consecutive seasons (2012-2018).

Son, who debuted with Lotte in 2007, had seven seasons of 150+ hits, starting with 186 in 2016 and ending with 152 in 2022. From 2010 to this season, he had 14 seasons with 100 or more hits. In 2017, he led the league in hits with a career-high 193.

After a slow start last year, his first year in the NC, Son bounced back with a bang after preparing for the season with an incisors injury.

He is second on the team with 146 hits and second with a 3-for-3 slugging percentage. He is aiming for his fourth career batting title and first career batting title.

Another rare record.

For the second time in history, a player will reach 200 runs in 11 consecutive seasons.

Son, who has 195 RBIs this season, needs five more to become the second player in history to reach 200 RBIs in 11 consecutive seasons.

He will tie Lee Dae-ho of Lotte for the most consecutive seasons with 200 RBI (2005-2011, 2017-2020).

As of June 6, Son ranks second in the KBO with 2,375 career hits and first among active players. With 3,382 runs, he ranks ninth all-time and fourth among active players.

Son’s consistency has led to two significant milestones.

His 150 hits in eight consecutive seasons, the first in history, and 200 runs in 11 consecutive seasons, the second in KBO history, will be as valuable as any other career record.






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