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Chan Ho Park

41-Year-Old Pitcher – Free Agent

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LEAGUE: Majors   40 MAN: NO   BATS: R   THROWS: R   HT: 6' 2"   WT: 212   DOB: 6/30/1973   BORN: Kong Ju City, South Korea   COLLEGE: Hanyang Univ. (South Korea)   DRAFTED: No   Show ContractHide Contract

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Signed a one-year deal with the Japanese team Orix in December 2010.

November 29, 2012  –  Chan Ho Park News

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Park has decided to retire after pitching for South Korea's Hanwha Eagles in 2012, the Kyodo news service reports.

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Chan Ho Park Stats
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Year Age Lg Tm G GS SH IP H ER HR K BB W L SV BS HLD ERA WHIP
2004 31 AA FRI 2 2 0 11.3 16 11 1 5 5 0 2 0 8.74 1.85
2004 31 AAA OKL 4 4 0 19.3 21 8 4 19 3 0 2 0 3.72 1.24
2005 32 MAJ TEX 20 20 0 109.7 130 69 8 80 54 8 5 0 5.66 1.68
2005 32 MAJ SDG 10 13 0 45.7 50 30 3 33 26 4 3 0 5.91 1.66
2005  (Multiple Teams) 32 MAJ TEX/SDG 30 33 0 155.3 180 99 11 113 80 12 8 0 5.74 1.67
2006 33 MAJ SDG 26 21 1 136.7 146 73 20 96 44 7 7 0 4.81 1.39
2007 34 AAA ROU 25 24 0 135.7 164 90 27 119 40 6 14 0 5.97 1.50
2007 34 AAA NEW 9 9 0 51.7 64 32 9 49 16 4 4 0 5.57 1.55
2007 34 MAJ NYM 1 1 0 4.0 6 7 2 4 2 0 1 0 15.75 2.00
2008 35 AAA LAS 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 999.99 0.00
2008 35 MAJ LOS 55 5 0 95.3 97 36 12 79 36 4 4 2 3.40 1.40
2009 36 MAJ PHI 45 7 0 83.3 84 41 5 73 33 3 3 0 4.43 1.40
2010 37 AAA SCR 1 1 0 1.0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 1.00
2010 37 MAJ PIT 26 0 0 28.3 25 11 2 23 7 2 2 0 1 1 3.49 1.13
2010 37 MAJ NYY 27 0 0 35.3 40 22 7 29 12 2 1 0 2 0 5.60 1.47
2010  (Multiple Teams) 37 MAJ PIT/NYY 53 0 0 63.7 65 33 9 52 19 4 3 0 3 1 4.66 1.32
Career  (View All)     479 291 3 1,993.0 1,872 965 230 1,715 910 124 98 2 4.36 1.40

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Chan Ho Park Advanced Stats
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Year Age Lg Tm G GS IP K/9 BB/9 K/BB HR/9 GB/FB Ratio Strand % Fastball ERA FIP BABIP
2004 31 AA FRI 2 2 11.3 3.97 3.97 1.00 0.79 50% 8.74 4.79 .357
2004 31 AAA OKL 4 4 19.3 8.84 1.40 6.33 1.86 80% 3.72 4.54 .324
2005 32 MAJ TEX 20 20 109.7 6.57 4.43 1.48 0.66 65.3% 5.66 4.22 .347
2005 32 MAJ SDG 10 13 45.7 6.50 5.12 1.27 0.59 63% 5.91 4.37 .329
2005  (Multiple Teams) 32 MAJ TEX/SDG 30 33 155.3 6.55 4.64 1.41 0.64 64.7% 5.74 4.26 .342
2006 33 MAJ SDG 26 21 136.7 6.32 2.90 2.18 1.32 1.09 68.8% 4.81 4.70 .303
2007 34 AAA ROU 25 24 135.7 7.89 2.65 2.98 1.79 64.4% 5.97 5.03 .342
2007 34 AAA NEW 9 9 51.7 8.54 2.79 3.06 1.57 67.6% 5.57 4.61 .363
2007 34 MAJ NYM 1 1 4.0 9.00 4.50 2.00 4.50 0.60 16.7% 15.75 9.25 .355
2008 35 AAA LAS 0 0 .0 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0% 999.99 0.00 .000
2008 35 MAJ LOS 55 5 95.3 7.46 3.40 2.19 1.13 1.78 80.2% 92.6 MPH 3.40 4.35 .309
2009 36 MAJ PHI 45 7 83.3 7.88 3.56 2.21 0.54 1.23 67.9% 91.0 MPH 4.43 3.46 .328
2010 37 AAA SCR 1 1 1.0 18.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 100% 0.00 -0.80 .549
2010 37 MAJ PIT 26 0 28.3 7.31 2.22 3.29 0.64 1.70 70% 90.9 MPH 3.49 3.45 .288
2010 37 MAJ NYY 27 0 35.3 7.39 3.06 2.42 1.78 1.21 66.7% 90.9 MPH 5.60 5.24 .318
2010  (Multiple Teams) 37 MAJ PIT/NYY 53 0 63.7 7.35 2.69 2.74 1.27 1.40 68% 90.9 MPH 4.66 4.33 .305
Career     479 291 1,993.0 7.74 4.11 1.88 1.04 71.2% 4.36 4.39 .296

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Chan Ho Park: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Park signed a one-year deal with the Japanese team Orix on Monday, the Yonhap News Agency reports.

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Park earned his 124th career victory Friday night, becoming the all-time wins leader among Asian-born pitchers in the major leagues.

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Park tied Hideo Nomo for the most wins by an Asian-born pitcher on Sunday, collecting victory No. 123 in Pittsburgh's 3-1 win.

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The Pirates claimed Park off waivers from the Yankees on Wednesday, the New York Daily News' Mark Feinsand reports.

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The Yankees designated Park for assignment Saturday, the team's official site reports.

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ESPN's Jayson Stark reports that the Yankees are trying to trade Park before the deadline.

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The Yankees activated Park (hamstring) from the disabled list Monday, MLB.com's Bryan Hoch reports.

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Park (hamstring) is back in New York after making a rehab appearance for Triple-A Scranton on Friday, the Newark Star-Ledger reports. The Yankees will likely activate him Sunday.

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Park (hamstring) will make a rehab appearance for Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Friday, The Journal News reports.

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2014

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2011

Park pitched much better for the Pirates in the second half of last season, carrying a 3.49 ERA over 26 appearances in the National League while slicing his home-run and walk rates. At this stage of his career, he's strictly a reliever and there won't be any opportunity for him to get more than the occasional (accidental) save regardless of where he lands. He signed a one-year deal with the Japanese team Orix in the offseason and will likely finish his career on his home continent.

2010

Park began last season in the Phillies' rotation but after some early struggles he was replaced by J.A. Happ and found himself relegated to the bullpen. Park wasn't happy with the move but he accepted the role and thrived posting a 2.52 ERA and a 52:16 K:BB ratio in 50 innings of relief. Park said after the season that he would like to return to starting, but it is doubtful any club would prefer him in that role over a bullpen job. He could be a sleeper for saves depending on where he signs. At worst, he looks like a useful relief option for NL-only and deep mixed leagues.

2009

Back in Los Angeles where he first had success, Park paid big dividends for the Dodgers in 2008. Signed to a five-year $70 million contract by the Rangers prior to the 2002 season, Park has been a huge bust wherever he's been ever since, but familiarity breeds success it seems. Park posted a 3.40 ERA overall (2.16 in five starts), spending most of the year in middle relief. His 79:36 K:BB however was just so-so, and at age 35, the risk would seem to the downside. After signing with the Phillies, Park will compete for a spot in the rotation, but we're not optimistic given he's moving from a pitcher's park to a hitter's park and since he's had little success away from L.A.

2008

Park began the year with the Mets, making one start for the big league club and nine for their Triple-A affiliate in New Orleans. After going 4-4 with a 5.57 ERA in New Orleans, the Mets released him and he was picked up by the Astros. He spent his entire time with Houston at Triple-A Round Rock, going 2-10 with a 6.21 ERA in 15 starts. He signed a non-roster deal with the Dodgers in November, and is likely to serve as insurance should the Dodgers need a spot starter or long reliever in a pinch.

2007

Park missed most of the season's second half with a rare intestinal ailment which caused internal bleeding and required surgery. He returned to pitch a few innings in September and October, however, and is proclaimed healthy for 2007. As a free agent and no longer a strikeout artist like he was from 1997 to 2001 for the Dodgers, he probably won't be better than a fifth starter for someone in 2007.

2006

Park clearly has the talent, but just doesn't seem to have the head to be an effective big league pitcher. The Padres will probably count on him as their No. 4 starter, which is just asking for trouble. Steer clear of Park as anything other than a reserve pick.

2005

And you thought spending $13 on a Britney Spears CD was a bad investment. Park's back gave out again, sidelining him for three months. Reports are the velocity has returned and his back is healthy again, so watch those spring training health reports. He's not going to earn his $14 million salary, that's for certain, but he can provide 180 decent innings if he's healthy.

2004

There have been better ways to spend $23 million the past two years. Park has yet to be seen healthy in a Texas uniform, so his pitching with the Rangers shouldn't be judged until he's 100%. He's not going to earn his contract, that's a given. But there's still the potential to post double figure wins if he can stay healthy. Watch those spring health reports.

2003

What a disaster. Not that it wasn't unforeseen if one looked at his ERA outside of LA (4.66) from 1997 - 2001. That matches the ERA Park posted on the road while as a member of the Rangers in 2002. To be fair to Park, an early season leg injury robbed him of his velocity, a blister mid-season landed him on the DL, and then a sore ankle bothered him for his final few starts after a decent run in late August and early September. His walks returned to their pre-2001 ghastly levels, though his strikeout rate remains solid. He's not going to enjoy the success of his last two years in Dodger Blue as long as he pitches in Texas, but he should be better than what he showed. Park generates power from his legs, something injuries prevented for much of the season. Give him a mulligan for 2002 and watch him win 15 games in 2003.