Noh Si-hwan won his first monthly MVP award in his life amid overwhelming fan support → Will it lead to his first home run king in his debut
It topped the list with 4 out of 26 votes (15.4%) and 266,928 out of 451,658 fan votes (59.1%) with a total score of 37.24. In the press team vote, KT Benjamin (11 votes) and Ko Young-pyo (9 votes) lost, but the situation was reversed with overwhelming support in the fan vote.
Roh Si-hwan, who won the award after retaking the exam, will be honored to be selected as the first individual player and the first monthly MVP in about five years since Jung Woo-ram in May 2018.
Noh Si-hwan started the month fresh with consecutive at-bats home runs in the Daegu Samsung game on July 1.
In the games against Lotte in Daejeon on the 5th and 6th, he hit a come-from-behind two-run home run and a solo home run that tied the score in the bottom of the fifth inning, respectively, recording two consecutive home runs. Since then, Noh Si-hwan has won the first place in this category by hitting six home runs per month, drawing a home run arch in the match against Kiwoom in Gocheok on the 25th and SSG in Munhak on the 29th.
Noh Si-hwan ranked first in the slugging percentage (0.649) with his slugging power, which is worthy of the No. 1 home run alone. The on-base percentage also recorded 0.423, showing good performance with OPS 1.072. His batting average was slightly lower at 0.298 but he tied for fifth (14 points) in the RBI category, showing Hanwha’s emerging big-shot performance.
Noh Si-hwan’s challenge to become the home run king, who is having a hot summer, is also adding to the heat.
Noh Si-hwan, who ranks first in the league with 23 home runs as of the 9th, has recorded more than six home runs every month except in April. As he is running toward the second half of the league, he is expected to be able to become the home run king as a Hanwha player for the first time in 15 years since Kim Tae-kyun (former Hanwha) in 2008. 먹튀검증
Roh Si-hwan, who was selected as the MVP in July, will be given 2 million won in prize money, and a donation of 2 million won will also be delivered to Kyungnam Middle School, a middle school from Noh Si-hwan, under the name of Noh Si-hwan.
Meanwhile, Benjamin, who led KT’s rise to 1.67 in four games in July, took the top spot in the press group vote, but swallowed up the fire by not winning even 10 percent of Roh Si-hwan’s fan vote.