Choo Shin-soo is on the domestic stage these days. They have been performing at their best since their debut. By fully demonstrating his unique on-base ability and solver instinct, he raised his team SSG to the threshold of fall baseball.

Correspondent Lee Seong-hoon.

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October, when an unprecedented bloody battle for the postseason unfolds, Choo Shin-soo's concentration is at its peak.

He selected 23 walks, the most in the entire league, and set the record for the longest 100 walks in history, and his monthly on-base percentage is a whopping 50 percent, ranking first in the league.

In addition, he succeeded in all six stolen bases attempted this month, increasing the record for most stolen bases over the age of 39 years to 25. There is.

Shin-soo Choo, who even plays the role of a leader who approaches and advises and encourages juniors first, says he is happy to be able to pour everything into his home country.

[Shin-Soo Choo/SSG: The most important part is to do it without regrets, that’s what I think. (Returning to Korea) was a difficult decision, and I don't know what the outcome will be, but I think it was a good choice. I'm happy.]

Shin-Soo Choo is doing his part by walking on base in the first two at-bats against Doosan today, too, and the SSG starting font, which has reigned as a 'Doosan natural enemy', gave up the initiative with six runs in only four innings.

Leading Samsung, half a game ahead of KT, was blocked by Kiwoom starter Jeong Chan-heon, and the lead Samsung took an emergency.

(Video editing: Nam Il)