# Seo Ho-cheol's unforgettable 'first fall', which suffered from bad luck... Wildcard MVP WC's first grand slam, first 6 RBIs... 'First PS' congratulatory fire at Changwon NC Park, bad luck with injuries including 2 headshots this season... Overcome obscurity and become a man of autumn. All first experiences are hard to forget, but NC Dinos infielder Seo Ho-cheol's first fall baseball game is even more so. **[카지노](https://www.casinosite.one)** Seo Ho-cheol stood at bat with the bases loaded and two outs in the bottom of the fourth inning when the team was down 0-3 to the Doosan Bears in the first game of the wild card (WC) decision held at Changwon NC Park on the 19th. Seo Ho-cheol hit a left-handed grand slam by pulling a 149 km/h fastball from opposing starting pitcher Kwak Bin. This is the first time there has been a grand slam in the wild card game, which was introduced in 2015. Follow-up hitter [Kim Hyeong-jun](https://casinositewiki.gitbook.io/salah-liverpool-calls-for-humanitarian-intervent/) hit a solo shot, and Seo Ho-cheol also recorded the first back-to-back home runs in the wild card game. Seo Ho-cheol was also the player who came to bat with bases loaded and one out in the bottom of the 7th inning, trailing 6-5. NC fans chanted “base-loaded home run,” and Seo Ho-cheol responded with a two-run double that passed over left field and hit the outfield fence. With this, Seo Ho-cheol hit the 6-RBI mark for the first time in the wild card game, setting a record for the most RBIs in a game. This is not the only ‘first’. This day's game was the first postseason game for [Seo Ho-cheol](https://casinositeone.notion.site/Han-Tae-jun-Led-Woori-Card-to-2-Consecutive-Wins-3d2be411bbe94e82a9ace83fa5b12b1e), who joined the team in 2019, and it was NC's first fall baseball game at Changwon NC Park, which opened in 2019. Seo Ho-cheol was unable to hit the field during the wild card game held at Jamsil Stadium in 2019, and was serving in the military with the Sangmu Baseball Team at the time of the combined championship in the 2020 season. Due to the aftermath of the 2020 novel coronavirus infection (Corona 19), the postseason was held at [Gocheok Sky Dome](https://app.simplenote.com/p/VpXRsx), a neutral stadium, and NC fans were unable to see the first championship they had been waiting for. NC did not make it to the top 5 in 2021 and 2022. This is a meaningful performance for Seo Ho-cheol, who has had many twists and turns this year. Seo Ho-cheol, who started the 2023 season in the first team after shedding the label of a lifelong prospect, suffered from bad luck with injuries throughout the season. On April 15, he was placed on the injured list due to his first 'head shot' of the season, and on August 5, when he was continuing his batting average at .300, he injured the ligament of his left little finger while running the bases and was left out of the lineup. Later in the season, on September 24th, he was hit by a pitch again and broke his nose, and on the 9th of this month, he injured his ankle ligaments and was unable to make the first team until the final season. Because of this, he set a 'career high' with a batting average of 0.287 (114 hits in 397 at-bats) in 114 games this season, but was disappointed that he did not meet the required number of at-bats. But on this day, he seemed to have had an intense day and shake off his regrets. Seo Ho-cheol, who led the team to a 14-9 victory with 3 hits in 4 at-bats (1 home run), 6 RBIs, and 2 runs, was selected as the Most Valuable Player (MVP) in the [wild card game](https://blog.libero.it/wp/casinositewiki/2023/12/07/swimmer-kim-young-beom-sets-his-first-korean-record/). Of course, this is also his first award in his life. Kim Hyung-jun also showed MVP-level performance on this day with 2 hits in 5 at-bats (2 home runs), 4 RBIs, and 2 runs, but he had to give up to the 'crazy player' Seo Ho-cheol. After finishing the game, Seo Ho-cheol said, "I usually like to hit the body, but Kwak Bin threw it to the body in the first at-bat, so I thought only about the fastball (in the second at-bat) and boldly threw it." He added, "I saw the ball fly and had a intuition that it was a home run." When asked if he was afraid of the ball due to his headshot experience, he said, "Ever since I was young, I have been training with the idea that baseball players should not avoid the ball. There is nothing to be afraid of at all. (Rather) I have a habit of trying to get hit without even realizing it. Fly forward with your body." “If you come, you will be hit without fear,” he said.