The Choi Dong-won Memorial Association will hold the 2nd Choi Dong-won Awards at 2 pm on the 11th at the Busan Bank headquarters.
The winner of the 2nd award is left-handed pitcher of the Doosan Bears Yoo Hee-gwan.
About 500 people, including Busan mayor Seo Byung-soo, the first manager of the Lotte Giants Park Young-gil, and Lotte Giants boss Lee Yoon-won will attend the awards.
Park Min-shik, the chairman of the Choi Dong-won Memorial Association, also plans to give 2 million won worth of scholarships to each family of team managers and coaches who passed away. These include the families of Hanhwa Eagles manager Choi Dong-won, Samsung Lions manager Jang Hyo-jo, the late Lim Soo-hyuk, and head baseball coach of Busan High School Cho Sung-wook.
Source: Busan eFM News
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