Oakland Athletics Invited Player Park Hyo-joon’s spring is hot.

Park Hyo-joon started as a third baseman against the Colorado Rockies in Game 9 of the Cactus League away game at Salt River Field at Talking Stick in Scottsdale, Arizona on the 17th (Korea time) and recorded one run and two RBIs on three hits in four at-bats.

With this game, Park Hyo-joon’s batting average in the exhibition game increased to 0.429.

He got off to a good start with a hit to right field against opposing starter Kyle Freeland in his first at-bat in the third inning.

Made a line drive by hitting an 87mph slider that dropped 2nd pitch low on the 0-1 count.

Follow-up hitter Estauri Ruiz’s double play no longer advanced.

He swung and struck out in the fifth inning against the same pitcher, but in the seventh inning, he hit a heavy hit against the replaced pitcher Jaylen Biggs, recording multiple hits.

When the first pitch, a 94.4 mph four-seam fastball, hit the center, he hit it hard and made a hit.

Oakland allowed a home run to third baseman Daz Cameron on Biggs’ wild pitch with one out and runners on the first and third bases. Park didn’t make it any further.

He had an RBI in his fourth at-bat in the eighth inning. When he hit a double to left field with runners on the second and third bases with one out against Justin Lawrence, he called in both players.

On the count 2-2, he pushed a 95.5 mph sinker on the sixth pitch to create a 96.2 mph strong hit, which went into the outfield and became a slugger. This is the camp’s third double.

Drew Swift’s infield hit home with two outs and third base then scored.

Colorado won the game 11 to 9 after a close game. 안전놀이터

Oakland starter Kyle Mueller struggled in three innings with nine hits, one homer, one walk, four strikeouts and six runs (five earned).

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