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Park was expunged from the first team roster on the 3rd. The move was abrupt. Park was far from struggling this season, batting .286 with seven home runs, 41 RBIs and an .816 OPS in 69 games. He hadn’t suffered any injuries.

NC head coach Kang In-hwa explained the reason the next day when he spoke to reporters. “It’s true that Park complained of discomfort here and there during last week’s game. However, as a senior player, I think he should have the virtues that he should have, not just the skills,” he said. “I always hoped that he wouldn’t act out of character, and I was disappointed with him in that regard.”

Park’s move to the second team was a rebuke from the head coach. NC boldly demoted a key player to the second team in the midst of their worst run of form, with just one win in their last 10 games. It was a clear indication of the team’s team-first mentality.

Park Gun-woo started the Futures League game against the Armed Forces Athletic Corps (Commerce) at Masan Stadium in Changwon on the 5th as the designated hitter.

He went 1-for-2 with a double, two RBIs and one run scored. He singled in the first inning, doubled in the second, and struck out in his final at-bat in the fourth.

Kang was asked about Park again before the game against Gochuk on the fifth, and briefly replied, “We haven’t had a conversation.” Park is eligible to return to the first team after 10 days on the disabled list, but Kang didn’t even mention it. The timing of his return remains a question mark.

For now, Park will continue to play in the Futures League.

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