NC Dinos outfielder Cheon Jae-hwan (29), who was selected as MVP in the team’s fielding category in April, is giving away drinks to the entire 1st and 2nd teams, adding to the prize money and personal expenses, giving a calm impression.
Cheon Jae-hwan played in 21 games during the month of April and recorded a batting average of 3.103 (21 hits in 67 at-bats), 1 home run, 5 RBIs and 5 runs. He received 23 votes out of a total of 62 votes and was named MVP in the fielding category. The prize money is 1 million won.
An official from the club said, “Since CAMP 2 (NC battery training) in 2019, both the players and field staff have participated in voting to select the monthly MVP. The coaching staff selects candidates (2 pitchers and 3 fielders in April), reflecting not only grades and records but also dedication to the team and hard work behind the scenes, and the players and field staff use these as the basis for judgment. I voted for it,” he explained.
Chun Jae-hwan, who is well known as a player who is always kind to his teammates, distributed a total of 160 drinks to Team N (Group 1) on the 17th and Team C (Future Steam) on the 19th.
Chun Jae-hwan said, “I wanted to convey my gratitude to the entire team by winning the MVP award in April. In the case of Team N, it means appreciation for the selected team. Team C received a lot of help mentally and technically, and I conveyed it with the hope that the entire Futures team will do well.”
He continued, “After receiving the award, everyone on the team congratulated me. There were many happy moments while playing baseball, but the April MVP award and congratulatory messages from the team were special happiness to me. He is motivated to do better for the team,” he added.
Chun Jae-hwan also said, “I know that coffee cannot replace all the happiness and gratitude I received. The rest I try to fill by working hard for the team. I will also try to show a good image to the fans who support me 스포츠토토.”
Chun Jae-hwan’s big gift also impressed his colleagues. Seo Ho-cheol (infielder) said, “After Cheon Jae-hwan won the MVP award, we thought together about how to express our gratitude to the team. As far as I know, the cost of coffee came out more than the prize money,” he hinted.
“It’s not an easy decision, but I think it’s really cool that we decided to express our gratitude to the team and to raise the atmosphere of the team. I think Cheon Jae-hwan’s decision will become a great example for his juniors and serve as an opportunity to unite the team more tightly.”
Oh Jang-han (outfielder) said, “Cheon Jae-hwan’s warm heart was conveyed to all of the juniors, and everyone in the team is grateful.” is going,” he said.
“I came to Team C and watched the juniors take care of it, and I thought a lot about the role of seniors. I think these parts can be a puzzle that can bring the team together. As a team member, I will also try to think about and work on the parts that can bring the team together other than performance.”