“Cho Won-bin, 3rd year in the minors, is a representative prospect for St. Louis”

Three-year minor leaguer Cho Won-bin (20, St. Louis Cardinals) was selected as the team’s most anticipated prospect for the 2024 season.On the 4th (Korean time),, the American professional baseball Major League (MLB) website, selected and introduced one promising player from each of the 30 teams expected to grow this year.Cho Won-bin, who is in his third year of competing in the major leagues, proudly put his name on the list for St. evaluated, “Cho Won-bin’s first two seasons were an adjustment period to establish himself on the professional stage. 2024 could be the year of his leap forward.

He predicted, “Cho Won-bin, a left-handed slugger who turned 20 last August, has the potential to show off above-average power,” and added, “If he leaves the (minor league Single A) Florida State League, which is advantageous to pitchers, it could be an opportunity for great growth.”In 2021, Cho Won-bin gave up on the KBO rookie draft, boarded a plane to the United States, and signed a contract worth about $500,000 with the St. Louis club.Cho Won-bin, who performed poorly in the Florida Complex League, a rookie league in the first year of 2022, with a batting average of 0.211 (16 hits in 76 at-bats) and 1 home run and 3 RBIs in 26 games, was promoted to the Single-A Florida State League last year and hit a batting average of 0.270 (102 hits in 378 at-bats) in 105 games. He was active with a home run and 52 RBIs.Cho Won-bin, who is 185cm tall and weighs 90kg, was one of the top three outfield prospects in the 2022 KBO rookie draft.Cho Won-bin, who pitches left-handed and bats left-handed, recorded a batting average of 0.362, 5 home runs, 30 stolen bases, 29 RBIs, and a slugging percentage + on-base percentage (OPS) of 1.073 in his 온라인카지노 three-year high school career.

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