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Hanwha's Noh Si-hwan, reborn as home run king

Finales with Golden Glove

Received 245 out of 291 votes “My first Golden Gloves, I’m so happy”

Noh Si-hwan (23, Hanwha Eagles), who announced the birth of the 'next generation slugger' in the 2023 season, concluded the finale with the Golden Glove Award.

Noh Si-hwan was named the Golden Glove winner in the third baseman category at the 2023 Shinhan Bank SOL KBO Golden Glove Awards ceremony held at COEX Auditorium in Samseong-dong, Seoul on the 11th.

Noh Si-hwan received 245 votes (84.2%) out of 291 votes, beating Moon Bo-kyung (LG Twins), who received 22 votes (7.6%).

This is the first Golden Glove received by Noh Si-hwan, who entered the professional ranks after being selected by Hanwha as the 3rd pick in the 2nd 1st round of the 2019 KBO Rookie Draft, in 5 years since his debut.

It was a year in which he finally shed the label of a promising player and made his name clear.

Noh Si-hwan hit hard with a batting average of 0.298, 153 hits, 31 home runs, and 101 RBI. He hit the most home runs in a single season and won the home run king and the RBI king.

With the Taegeuk symbol, the presence of the new ‘National Team No. 4 batsman’ was engraved. Noh Si-hwan led the team to a gold medal harvest at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games and reliably protected the Korean national baseball team's batting line at the 2023 Asian Professional Baseball Championship (APBC).

The special 2023 season ended with the Golden Gloves.

Noh Si-hwan said, “I am so honored. There are so many people I am grateful to for receiving this award. “I’m so happy because it’s my first Golden Glove,” he said, enjoying the thrill of winning his first Golden Glove.

Noh Si-hwan, who expressed his gratitude to KBO President Heo Heo-yeon, Hanwha President Park Chan-hyuk, General Manager Son Hyeok, and Manager Choi Won-ho, expressed his gratitude to his family, saying, “I was able to be where I am today because of your support since I was young.”

And he mentioned the name of SSG Landers Choi Jeong.

Choi Jeong, who hit 29 home runs this year and ranked second after Noh Si-hwan, ranked third in this year's Golden Glove category for third basemen (16 votes). Choi Jeong-eun won the Golden Glove eight times (2011-2013, 2016-2017, 2019, 2021-2022) in the third baseman category, but this year he gave the Golden Glove to Noh Si-hwan.

Noh Si-hwan, who gained strength by looking at his idol, said, “Because senior Choi Jeong was there, I tried to follow him and ran to get over it. “I am grateful to my senior for receiving this award,” he said.
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