LG Twins outfielder Park Hae-min, 33, will attempt to accomplish something that only one other player has ever done.
Park is on pace to become just the second player in KBO history to steal 20 bases in 10 consecutive seasons.
Park, who made his KBO debut in 2013 and is now entering his 11th season, needs just one stolen base to become the second player in history to steal 20 bases in 10 consecutive seasons, joining former Hanwha player Jung Geun-woo’s record of 11 consecutive 20-base seasons (2006-2016).
Park stole his first stolen base on May 4, 2014, against Daegu NC, finishing that season with 36 total and fifth in stolen bases. Since then, he has won the stolen base title for four consecutive seasons, from 2015 to 2018, and hasn’t missed a season in which his name hasn’t been among the top 10 in stolen bases.메이저사이트
He also has 361 career steals through 15 days, which ranks 10th all-time and second among active players.
With his quick feet and ability to steal bases, Park has been a consistent performer every season, inching closer to the 400-steal plateau that only four players in KBO history have achieved.