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Chan Ho Park
Ultimate Mets Database popularity ranking: 811 of 974 players
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Chan Ho Park
Born: June 3, 1973 at Kongju, South Korea
Throws: Right Bats: Right
Height: 6.02 Weight: 185

Chan Ho Park was the most popular Ultimate Mets Database daily lookup on February 4, 2012, and February 9, 2012.

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First Mets game: April 30, 2007
Last Mets game: April 30, 2007





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Jonathan Stern
May 1, 2007
I called it. See my entry on Steve Trachsel. First, Tracy Stallard, who gave up Roger Maris's 61st homer, later became a Met. Then Trachsel, who gave up Mark McGuire's 62nd homer, later became a Met. And now we have Chan Ho Park, who several seasons ago gave up Barry Bonds's 71st and 72nd homers. We'll see if anyone ever breaks Bonds's record. The pitcher that gives it up is destined to be a Met.

It will be interesting to see how long Chan lasts here. Judging by last night's performance, he is no Trachsel.

jt_bklyn
June 24, 2007
Looks like he's not Tracy Stallard either.

Released by the Mets after just 1 really bad game. The Astros must be desparate because they just signed him.

He had a terrible spring training and was annoyed that he started the season in the minors, and might be used as a long reliever rather than a starter. It never seems to work out when the Mets sign these older starters for "insurance".

Frankie B
September 7, 2007
I WAS THERE for his one appearance as a Met. Gave up a hit to the pitcher and stunk from there.

Ken
June 25, 2008
Has anyone seen this guy's ERA with the Dodgers this year?

He's been one of their best pitchers and he was an embarrassment as a Met, not just in his one forgettable start here but at New Orleans as well.

What the frak?

Witz
June 3, 2009
He is listed on the home page twice today: first for his birthday and then, further down, for his release date! Probably not the birthday present he wanted (though it was a well deserved one!)

hdude the metman
April 5, 2010
Chan Ho Park knows how to make New Yorkers flip out. After he stunk up the whole stadium against the Marlins in 2007 I knew he was washed up. Even though I am a huge Met fan I don't despise the Yankees, and when I watched their game last night he blew a 2-run lead against Boston by giving up a homer to Pedroia. I don't know why he was signed by the Yankees in the first place.









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