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Yes! New Twins Slugger Byung-Ho Park Dances to His Own Theme Song!

Funny and Happy

Byung-Ho Park is a South Korean MLB player, formerly of the LG Twins and Nexen Heroes. Now, Park plays first base for the Minnesota Twins, behind Joe Mauer and is projected to have a pretty good first season (.260/.333/.463) in America.


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In addition to a boasting a solidly above average slash line, Park has been projected to hit over 20 home runs by three different projection systems this offseason: Steamer (20), Depth Charts (28) and ZiPS (27).

I am a Cubs fan and have no real rooting interests for the AL Central, but I hope, with all of my heart, that Byung-ho Park hits far, far more home runs than that. I’m sure you’re wondering why. This is why:

Byung-ho Park has his own home run song (and corresponding dance) that is played every time he hits one (probably TBD for the Twins). It is equal parts hilarious and awesome. Per TwinCities.com, the translation of the song roughly amounts to:


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Whoa, oh, oh, oh (home run!)

Whoa, oh oh oh (home run!)

Heroes’ Park Byung Ho

Whoa, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh,

Heroes’ Park Byung Ho

This guy gets it.


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Michael Cerami

Michael Cerami writes about MLB at Baseball Is Fun. You can find him on Twitter @Michael_Cerami.