‘Highest batting average of all seasons, 6th place → 10th place’ batting master Jang Hyo-jo’s career batting average record corrected

Hitting master Hyo-jo Jang’s career batting average record has been corrected.

Jang Hyo-jo’s batting record was corrected from a career batting average of 0.331 with 1,009 hits in 3,050 at-bats to 1,008 hits in 3,050 at-bats with a batting average of 0.330.

KBO is continuously conducting cross-verification of data records to preserve and study records that are valuable history of the league. . 카지노사이트

On July 31, 1985, in the Cheongbo-Samsung match held at Daegu Stadium, in the bottom of the 6th inning with 1 out 1st and 2nd base, Jang Hyo-jo, who hit 3rd base, appealed to the opposing team about the 2nd base runner’s performance on 3rd base when Jang Hyo-jo doubled. was out by At the time, Rule 12 of Official Baseball Rule 10.07 stipulates that ‘when a batter hits a batted ball, but the preceding runner does not hit the base and is put out by appeal, if the out is a force-out, it is not recorded as a hit.’ did. However, on the record sheet at the time, it was recorded as Jang Hyo-jo’s double as it actually happened.

One hit was missing, changing his batting average for the 1985 season as well as his career batting average. The batting average for the 1985 season was corrected from 0.373 to 0.370, and the highest batting average of the season was changed from 6th to 10th.

The KBO said, “We cross-confirmed the reason for the correction of the record, the record sheet, and the rules at the time, and delivered this to Jang Eui-tae, the son of the late Jang Hyo-jo, in advance. We will continue to make efforts.”

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