Hoy Park is a South Korean professional baseball infielder for the Pittsburgh Pirates of Major League Baseball (MLB). He previously played in MLB for the New York Yankees.
Following an outbreak of COVID-19 in the major league club, Park was added to the Yankees’ taxi squad on July 15, 2021.
He made his major league debut the following day after being added to the 40-man roster.
In a pinch-hitting role for Tim Locastro against the Boston Red Sox on the same day, Park made his Major League Baseball debut and grounded out in his lone at-bat.
On July 21, Park was outrighted off the Yankees’ 40-man roster after a single plate appearance.
The Pittsburgh Pirates acquired Park and Diego Castillo in exchange for Clay Holmes on July 26, 2021. After that, he was sent down to the Indians’ Triple-A affiliate in Indianapolis.
On July 31, the Pittsburgh Pirates promoted Park to the big leagues. Against the Philadelphia Phillies, Park recorded his first major league hit with a double that day.
Hoy Park Parents: Who Is Hoy Park Dad, Dong-Hoon Park?
Pittsburgh Pirates baseball infielder, Hoy Park was born to Dong-Hoon Park, who happens to his father. There are no details on his biological mother.