Park Hyo-joon couldn’t get called up to the big league…Atlanta calls up second baseman Forest wall to September roster expansion
Park Hyo-joon was not called in the end.
On the 2nd (Korea Standard Time), the Atlanta Braves called up Triple-A’s second baseman Forest Wall on the expansion day of the September roster.
In September’s roster expansion, each team can call up two players (one pitcher and one fielder). The number will increase from 26 to 28.
Atlanta returned pitcher Dylan Lee from the 60-day injured list and converted Wayasu Hilliard to a 60-day injured.
Park Hyo-joon has played for the Triple-A Gwynette Strippers throughout this season, recording a batting average of 0.270 with five home runs, OPS 0.779, 37 RBIs and 11 stolen bases as of the 1st.
Park Hyo-joon also got four walks without a hit in the previous day’s game.
As a result, Park Hyo-joon is expected to finish this season in Triple-A without a big league call.