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Park Hyo-joon, who is competing to enter the opening roster of the Oakland Athletics, has revealed his presence in defense this time.

Park Hyo-joon played as a substitute left fielder in the Cactus League away game against the Texas Rangers at Surprise Stadium in Surprise, Arizona, on the 20th (Korea time).

In the bottom of the sixth inning, he moved to left field and played four innings in one at-bat.

In the top of the eighth inning, he threw a fly ball to left field against Daniel Robert with two outs and no runners.

Instead, he showed his presence in defense. In the bottom of the ninth inning, when Justin Poscue hit a left-handed hit, he caught a ball and threw out second baseman Sebastian Walcott, who was coming home.

Runner Walcott ignored third base coach Tony Beasley's instructions to stop, but Park Hyo-joon's throw home was also accurate.

Oakland, which conceded a goal due to a series of defensive errors at the end of the game, was able to end the game with a 7-7 draw thanks to this scene.

Park Hyo-joon is playing various positions in this spring camp, including left field, right field, third base and second base.

This scene shows Oakland plans to use him as a utility this season.

On this day, Oakland scored on Miguel Andujar's two-run homer in the top of the second inning, Brent Rooker's three-run homer in the sixth inning, and JJ Blyday's solo homer in the eighth inning.

During Ryan Noda's at-bat with two outs in the top of the ninth inning, opposing pitcher Mark Church balked and scored.

On the same day, Oakland faced off Texas in a bullpen session, which it will face early in the season. Starter JP Sears threw 85 pitches in minor league practice games instead.
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