NC, Cho Min-seok and Do Tae-hun selected as MVPs within the team in May

Pitcher Cho Min-seok and infielder Do Tae-hoon were honored with the May MVP honors chosen by NC Dinos club players and field staff.

NC announced on the 10th that “Cho Min-seok and Do Tae-hoon were selected as MVPs in May.”

Starting from CAMP 2 (NC battery training) in 2019, NC has been selecting monthly MVPs by participating in voting by both the athletes and field staff. The coaching staff selects candidates (2 pitchers and 2 fielders in May), reflecting not only grades and records but also dedication to the team and hard work behind the scenes,메이저사이트 and the players and field staff use these as the basis for judgment. It is a form of participation in voting.

This MVP vote was held before the game on the 9th, and a total of 55 people participated in the vote. As a result, pitcher May MVP went to Cho Min-seok. He received 33 votes, taking 60% of the vote. Beast May MVP Do Tae-hoon won 46 votes, marking an 84% vote rate.

The awards were held on the ground before the home game against SSG Landers (7-0 NC win) on the 10th. Cho Min-seok and Do Tae-hun were each given 1 million won in prize money.

Cho Min-seok, who played in 11 games during the month of May and recorded an average ERA of 0.00 per hold by digesting 10.1 innings, said, “The bullpen pitchers in May did their best to fill the gap between Kim Jin-ho and Kim Young-gyu. I also think that my efforts to help the team, even a little bit, had good results. My colleagues always gave me good things to be confident about. With the support of my colleagues, I was able to have a good match with the hitter in every game, and as the results improved, I think I got the MVP in May with confidence attached to the ball.”

He continued, “I would like to thank my teammates and coaching staff for instilling confidence on the mound. Since it is an award given by them, I understand that it means to do better, so I will play with more responsibility on the mound.”

Meanwhile, Do Tae-hwan, who posted a batting average of 0.350 (14 hits in 40 at-bats), 2 homers, 7 RBIs, and an OPS (on-base percentage + slugging percentage) of 0.985 in 19 games in May, said, “I am delighted to be awarded the first monthly MVP award after 8 years of debut. It is all the more meaningful because it is an award chosen by the coach, coaching staff, and team members.”

He continued, “I want to continue to be a player who continues to shine softly for the team, not a player who shines briefly. I cannot produce the best results that the team and fans want every time, but I want to become the best player in the process of trying to produce the best results.” I will greet June with this,” promising future propaganda.

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