16 Pantheon SCRIPTS CHAN HO PARK AUTOGRAPH REDEMPTION SSP /15 LA Dodgers WOW
FROM 2016 PANINI PANTHEON, AWESOME CHAN HO-PARK PANTHEON SCRIPTS AUTOGRAPH REDEMPTION SSP /15 FOR THE LA DODGERS AND MLB LEGEND!!! Park with the New York Yankees in 2010. Born: June 30, 1973. MLB: April 8, 1994, for the Los Angeles Dodgers. NPB: April 15, 2011, for the Orix Buffaloes. KBO: April 12, 2012, for the Hanwha Eagles. MLB: October 1, 2010, for the Pittsburgh Pirates. NPB: May 29, 2011, for the Orix Buffaloes. KBO: October 3, 2012, for the Hanwha Eagles. Career highlights and awards. Chan Ho Park Hangul. Born June 30, 1973. Is a South Korean former professional baseball. He played for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Of Major League Baseball. (MLB), the Orix Buffaloes. Of Nippon Professional Baseball. (NPB), and the Hanwha Eagles. Of the KBO League. He was the first South Korean-born player in major league history. Park has the most career wins, 124, of any Asian-born pitcher in history. He passed Hideo Nomo. For the most ever by an Asian-born pitcher in 2010. He is 6’2 (188 cm) tall and weighs 210 lbs (95 kg). Early life and career in Korea. 19942001: Los Angeles Dodgers. 20052006: San Diego Padres. 2007: New York Mets & Houston Astros. 2008: Return to the Dodgers. 2010: New York Yankees & Pittsburgh Pirates. Chan Ho Park was born in Gongju. South Korea, on June 30, 1973. As a high school player in South Korea, he won team Most Valuable Player. Honors three consecutive seasons at Gongju High School in Gongju, South Korea. He also was named the MVP at four national prep tournaments. Park was a member of the 1992 and 1993 South Korea national baseball team. He posted a 2.76 ERA in helping South Korea earn the silver medal at the Asian Baseball Championship. He also competed in 1993 Summer Universiade. And led his team to the silver medal. Park was a sophomore at Hanyang University. In 1994 when he was signed by the Los Angeles Dodgers as an amateur. In 2015, he and Yang Hak-seon. Lit the cauldron for the 2015 Summer Universiade. Held in Gwangju, South Korea. Park made his professional debut for the Dodgers on April 8, 1994 against the Atlanta Braves. As a reliever, working one inning a game in which the Dodgers were no-hit. By the Braves’ Kent Mercker. Park played in one additional game for the Dodgers that season and then spent the bulk of the season with the Class AA. Finishing with a 57 record and a 3.55 ERA for the Missions in 20 starts with 100 strikeouts. With the Albuquerque Dukes. In 1995 he was fourth in the Pacific Coast League. In strikeouts with 101, and averaged 8.26 strikeouts per 9 innings, the top mark among all Class AAA. He was selected by Baseball America. As the 2nd best Dodgers prospect after the season with the best fastball in the PCL. He recorded his first Major League start on October 1 against the San Diego Padres. After receiving a September call-up. In 1996, his first full season with the Dodgers, he went 55 with a 3.64 ERA in 48 games (10 starts). He recorded his first win on April 6 against the Chicago Cubs. Park had a breakout season in 1997 as he became a full-time starter. He tied for the team lead in victories, while posting a 148 record and a 3.38 ERA in 32 appearances, 29 of them starts. In 1998, he was 159 with a 3.71 ERA in 34 starts and struck out 191 batters in 220.2 innings. After the season, he led the South Korean national team to the gold medal in the Asian Games. Beating Japan in the final match. In 1999, he struggled in the rotation with 1311 with a 5.23 ERA. On April 23, 1999 he became the only pitcher in the history of baseball to allow two grand slams in the same inning. And to the same player, Fernando Tatís. There are two more pitchers in the history of baseball who allowed two grand slams in the same game Jack Morris. And more recently, Brandon Backe. But to different hitters in different innings. He also walked 100 batters in only 194 innings. On June 5, 1999, Park was involved in an on-field brawl at Dodger Stadium. Park attacked Belcher after being tagged out after a bunt play. Park’s said that Belcher had tagged him too hard on the just-concluded play and asked him about the incident. According to Park, Belcher replied with racist comments causing Park to kick him. In 2000, he ranked second in strikeouts with 217, second in opposing batting average. 214, and lowest in allowed hits per nine innings. Despite second in allowing bases on balls (124) in the National League. He finished the season 1810 with a 3.27 ERA, the best totals of his entire career. He also tossed his first career complete game. On September 29, against the San Diego Padres. Park was also named the Dodgers opening day starter for the 2001 season and tossed the Dodgers first season opening shutout since 1981. He was 1511 with a 3.50 ERA during the season and was selected to appear in the 2001 Major League Baseball All-Star Game. Where he pitched one inning, allowed a home run to Cal Ripken, Jr. And was charged with the loss. Park gave up Barry Bonds. Record-breaking 71st and 72nd homers on October 5 against the San Francisco Giants. Park was granted free agency after the season and was signed by the Texas Rangers. However, during his time with the Rangers, he was hampered by injuries and a home stadium that favors hitters. In his first season with the Rangers, Park went 98 in 25 starts, with a 5.75 ERA. The following season, he only started seven times due to injuries, going 13 with a 7.58 ERA. On July 29, 2005, he was traded by the Rangers to the San Diego Padres. Padres fans had hoped that Park could repeat his previous success by playing in pitcher-friendly Petco Park. In the 2005 season, his combined record was 12-8, despite a 5.74 ERA. In the 2006 season, Park was reunited with his former Texas Rangers. Teammate and friend Chris Young. Park started the season as a reliever but soon he became a starter. On July 31, he suffered from intestinal bleeding and was placed on the disabled list. Several of his teammates, including Jake Peavy. Chris Young, and Alan Embree. Offered to donate their blood, but Park graciously refused their offer, as they were vital members of the team. Park accepted blood transfusions, that came, in part, from Jake Peavy’s wife Katie and Kelly Calabrese, Padres’ team massage therapist. However, Park’s recovery did not last long as he suffered from another episode of intestinal bleeding on August 21. He was hospitalized again, this time along with his wife Rie, who was about to deliver their first child. A very thorough medical examination revealed that Park was suffering from a congenital defect called Meckel’s diverticulum. Park had a successful surgery and only six days later his wife delivered a healthy baby daughter at the same hospital. The San Diego Padres advanced to the post-season and Park joined the post-season roster. On October 3, 2006, Park made his first career post-season appearance in Game 1 of the National League Division Series. He also had career-high season batting average of. 268 from 41 at bats. On February 8, 2007, the Yonhap. News agency and New York Daily News. Lucie, Florida to compete for a starting rotation spot. The Mets sent him down to Triple-A New Orleans. Following his poor spring performance. On April 30, 2007, Park was called up from Triple-A New Orleans to start for the injured Orlando Hernández. In that sole game, he gave up 7 earned runs in 4 innings. On May 3, 2007, Park was sent back down to Triple-A New Orleans. He was designated for assignment on June 4, 2007. On June 12, 2007, he signed a minor league deal with the Houston Astros. Astros Manager Phil Garner. Said Park will have a few starts at Triple-A Round Rock before the Astros decide whether to call him up. Park compiled a 210 record over 15 starts with Round Rock, failing to earn a spot on the Astros’ 40-man roster. Park with the Dodgers in 2008. On November 8, 2007, Park accepted an offer from his original team, the Los Angeles Dodgers. To attend spring training as a non-roster invitee. On November 28, 2007, Park asked to be let go by the Dodgers to play for the Korean team. After pitching with no health issues for the Korean National team, the contract was finalized on December 6, 2007. Despite being considered a long shot for the fifth starter’s role, Park pitched very well, but was ultimately passed over for right-hander Esteban Loaiza. He was eventually reassigned to the minor leagues on March 30, 2008. On May 17, 2008, Park made his first start as a Dodger since 2001 against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. He allowed two runs (one earned run) in four innings with no decision. This game turned out to be a historic one as for the first time in MLB history, all three Dodgers pitchers who pitched in this game Park, Hong-Chih Kuo. Were of Asian origin. The Dodgers won it 63. On June 21, 2008, Park started against the Cleveland Indians. At the Dodger Stadium. And joined Kevin Brown. As the only pitchers to start a game against all 30 Major League teams. In addition to making history, he had a decent outing, with 9 strikeouts in 5 innings pitched, although this was overshadowed when he gave up a solo home run to Cleveland Indians. S elbow injury, Park was moved back to the bullpen by manager Joe Torre. Was promoted to the closer role and Park and Hong-Chih Kuo. To the setup man platoon. On March 31, Phillies GM Rubén Amaro, Jr. Announced that Chan Ho Park had won the fifth starter job. However, with several poor starts (7 starts with a 7.29 ERA), Park was moved to the bullpen and was replaced in the rotation by J. The problem with Park as a starter was that he was sacrificing velocity and movement for the energy to go deeper in games. Park played a vital role in the Phillies’ bullpen with a 2.52 ERA. After missing time with a hamstring injury, Park made his return to the Phillies in the playoffs. With the Phillies, he advanced to his first World Series. In which he pitched well, giving up no runs in Philadelphia’s loss to the New York Yankees. He became a free agent after the season. In December 2009 it was announced that Chan Ho Park was suing his former Dodger teammate Chad Kreuter. On the cover of KoreAm. Park got off to a poor start in 2010. In a widely circulated YouTube clip, he blamed his poor performance in one April appearance on a case of diarrhea. After struggling with a 5.60 ERA. Park was designated for assignment on July 31, 2010. On August 4, 2010, Park was claimed off waivers by the Pittsburgh Pirates. On October 1, Park recorded a record for most wins by an Asian pitcher in MLB history, tossing three scoreless innings for his 124th career victory. He passed Hideo Nomo for the most ever by an Asian-born pitcher. He became a free agent at the end of the season. Park pitching for the Buffaloes in 2011. On December 20, 2010, Park signed one-year deal with the Orix Buffaloes. For the 2011 season. On November 24, 2011, Park signed one-year deal with the Hanwha Eagles. Of Korea Baseball Organization. For the 2012 season. Park posted a record of 5-10 with a 5.06 ERA with the Eagles. He announced his retirement from baseball on November 30, 2012. Park had a record of 12498 in the Major Leagues with the Dodgers, Rangers, Padres, Mets, Phillies, Yankees, and Pirates. Between the 2005 season and the 2006. Season, Park represented South Korea in the World Baseball Classic. In the Asia Round games against Taiwan and Japan, Park made appearances as a closing pitcher. Shutting out the opposing lineups. He made another appearance as a closer in the semifinal game against Mexico, in which he again shut out his opposing hitters. His performance made San Diego Padres’ manager Bruce Bochy. Believe that Park can be used as an effective reliever as well as a starter. Park later said that Padres’ closer Trevor Hoffman. Taught him how to focus in a relief situation. With his shutout performance in 10 innings and three saves, Korea finished the World Baseball Classic in third place and Park was selected to the WBC All-Star team along with his teammate Lee Seung-yeop. And Team Korea’s captain Lee Jong-beom. In his prime, Chan Ho was essentially a power pitcher. His biggest weapon being a four-seam fastball. Sitting in mid-90s tops out at 100 mph. Mixed with a two-seam fastball. He had five consecutive seasons of 10+ wins with the Dodgers. Being a power pitcher, however, he often experienced control problems, particularly early in the game. He got many strikeouts, yet also allowed many bases on balls and hit batsmen that contributed to his lower than average strikeout-walk ratio of less than 2. This prevented him from achieving low ERAs He never had a league top 10 season ERA except his career best season 2000 of 3.27 that was just 7th in NL by playing in pitcher-friendly Dodger Stadium. He was also a flyball-pitcher that benefited a lot from spacious Dodger Stadium outfield; however his style often backfired later when he played for other teams. After several unsuccessful seasons with Rangers, Padres, and Mets, he added a two-seam fastball. Learned from Orel Hershiser. Once said about Park’s two-seam fastball, You can only see a two-seamer like that in PlayStation 2. In his career in Philadelphia he also used a cutter. Learned from Kevin Brown. Park’s 2008 comeback season was marked with a return to complete health for the first time in years, allowing him to combine his crafty veteran style with a renewed ability to pitch effective fastballs in low to mid-90s mph. Park married Korean-Japanese socialite Ri-hye Park on November 29, 2005. Although her heritage is Korean, she grew up in Japan and went to culinary school in New York. She is publicly known as a semi-professional chef, writer and the only daughter of Japan’s 76th richest man according to The Philadelphia Inquirer. Park and his wife have three daughters. After retirement, Park briskly carried out social activities both in Korea and the United States. While playing in the U. In 1997, he set up the Park Chan-ho Scholarship Foundation in Korea to nurture youth baseball. In 2009, he also founded the Park Chan-ho Dream Foundation in the U. All items are securely packaged inside bubble mailers and boxes. Your business is very important to me and my family. 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