Seung Song

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Seung Song Bio

  • Full Name: Seung Jun Song
  • Born: 6/29/1980 in Pusan, South Korea
  • High School: Kyung Nam, Korea
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Seung Song Awards

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Year Team League
2001 Sarasota FSL
2002 Trenton EAS
2003 Round Rock TEX

TEX Mid-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2006 Wichita TEX

CAL Pitcher of the Week

Week Team League
05/29/2005 San Jose CAL

Seung Jun Song Bio Info

Song attended Kyung Nam High School in Pusan... Led his high school team to the 1998 National Championship title after winning the final game of the 52-team tournament, pitching a three-hitter and striking out 14... Was given the National Chung Ryong Banner HS Series Best Pitcher Award, National Bong Hwang Banner Best Pitcher Award, Presidential Cup Preliminary and Final Rounds Best Pitcher Award and National Chun Ryong Banner Final Round Pitcher Award. 2004 He was with the Expos in Spring Training, but didn't go north with the team. After a Triple-A season that was hampered by injury, Song is expected to get significant work in the Arizona Fall League. 2003 Song combined to go 12-4 with a 3.08 (50 ER/146.1 IP) at the minor league level for Edmonton and Harrisburg...established career highs in wins, starts (26), innings (146.1), complete games (2) and shutouts (1)...ranked among Montreal's minor league leaders in wins (tied with Shawn Hill for 2nd ) and ERA (5th)...ranked behind only Michael Hinckley (13) in wins...pitched for the International Team in the 5th Annual Radio Shack All-Star Futures Game at U.S. Cellular Field on July 13...allowed one run on 3 hits in 1.0 inning...the Futures Game appearance was his 3rd in as many years...he is the first player to play in 3 Futures Games...was the lone Korean in this year's edition...finished the '03 campaign rated as the No. 8 prospect in the Expos' system by Baseball America. Song was promoted to Edmonton on June 12, became the youngest member of the Trappers roster...was also the first player in Trappers history to be born in the 1980s...allowed 2 or fewer runs in 5 of first 6 Triple-A starts...had a six-game winning streak, tying a Trapper season-high, June 16-August 2...streak covered nine starts... capped the 2003 campaign with a 4-hit shutout, August 28 at Salt Lake, first shutout of his career...went 4-1 with a 3.19 ERA in 6 road starts...selected the Trappers' Player of the Month in July, going 3-0, with a 2.05 ERA in five starts...with Harrisburg, went 5-2 with a 2.35 ERA in 13 starts for the Senators before being summoned to Triple-A...tossed the first no-hitter in the modern history of the Harrisburg Senators on April 28 vs. Erie at RiverSide Stadium...allowed just 3 base runners, 2 on walks and one via an error (which led to a subsequent unearned run)...fanned 4...worked 7 perfect innings during the 9.0-inning no-no, using just 119 pitches...was named the Eastern League Player of the Week, April 28-May 4, following his no-hit performance defeating Erie 10-1 on May 4...went 3-0 with a 0.32 ERA in 4 starts against Erie...allowed only 6 hits in 28.0 innings during the 4 starts...selected the Senators' Player of the Month for May with a 3-1 record and a 1.72 ERA in six outings. 2002 Song and his countryman RHP Sun Woo Kim became baseball's first two Korean players in history to be part of the same trade involving a major league player, having joined the Expos in a deal which sent OF Cliff Floyd to Boston... Both Kim and Song now sit on the Expos' 40-man roster, as Kim was added when the trade was completed July 30, while Song had his contract selected from AA-Harrisburg November 1... Song made his AA debut with the Trenton Thunder of the Boston organization, while playing the entire season exclusively as a starter... Went 7-7 with a 4.39 ERA (53 ER-108.2 IP) in 21 games for AA-Trenton, collecting 116 strikeouts in the process... Went a perfect 4-0 with a 3.00 ERA (11 ER-33.0 IP) in May, covering six starts... Including his one start with Montreal's AA-Harrisburg club, Song pitched at least 5.0 innings in 18 of his 22 starts throughout the season... Tossed a season-high 7.0 innings July 24 versus Binghamton, picking up a no-decision... Struck out a season-high eight batters on four occasions, including his first two starts April 4-9... Made his final appearance of the year and his only one as a Senator August 3 versus Akron, going 5.0 innings in a no-decision... Was later placed on the disabled list with a strained right shoulder and was sidelined the remainder of the season for precautionary measures... Finished third among Eastern League starting pitchers with 9.58 strikeouts per 9.0 innings... Rated by Baseball America as the fifth best in the Expos' organization. 2001 Was one of the more dominating pitchers in Minor League Baseball in 2001, posting a combined 8-4 record and a 1.90 ERA (26 ER-123.1 IP) – second in ERA only to Josh Beckett of the Florida Marlins' organization... Held opponents to under three earned runs in each of his 22 starts and recorded a 135-36 strikeouts-to-walks ratio... Began the season in A-Augusta in the Sally League... Had two 10-strikeout games on April 11 at Savannah and May 25 at Charleston... Posted a 1.46 ERA on the road going 3-0 in seven games, fanning 43 batters in 37.0 innings... Was promoted to A-Sarasota in the Florida State League in late June... Fanned a career-high 13 batters and gave up just two hits in 8.0 IP vs St. Lucie on July 13... Named the Red Sox Minor League Pitcher of the Month for April... Selected for the World squad for the annual All-Star Future Game... Named FSL Pitcher of the Week twice for the periods of July 9-15 and August 6-12... Led the Red Sox farm system in ERA (1.90) and strikeouts (135)... Participated in the Fall Instructional League. 2000 In his first year in the United States, Song spent the season at A-Lowell in the NY-Penn League... Struck out a season-high 12 batters on July 6, holding Hudson Valley to just four hits and no runs in 6.0 innings to earn the win... Led the league in strikeouts (93) and placed second in strikeouts per 9 IP (11.52)... Participated in the Fall Instructional League... 1999 Made his debut with the Gulf Coast League Red Sox... Posted a 1.91 ERA on the road... Rated third in the league with 61 strikeouts and fifth with a 2.30 ERA.