|NC Dinos – No. 52|
|Born:July 15, 1989|
|April 2, 2013, for the NC Dinos|
(through July 22, 2013)
|Revised Romanization||No Jinhyeok|
No Jin-hyuk (Hangul: 노진혁, Hanja: 盧珍赫; born July 15, 1989 in Gwangju, South Korea) is a South Korean shortstop for the NC Dinos in the Korea Baseball Organization. He bats left-handed and throws right-handed.
As a five-tool player No was a fixture in the starting lineup beginning his freshman year at Sungkyunkwan University. Although he primarily played as a shortstop, No was utilized at third base and first base as well. As an amateur player No was selected for the South Korea national baseball team and competed in the Baseball World Cup twice in 2009 and 2011.
Notable international careers
|2009||Europe||Baseball World Cup||9th||.000 BA (0-for-6), 1 RBI, 1 BB|
|2010||Japan||World University Baseball Championship||4th||.000 BA (0-for-2)|
|2011||Panama||Baseball World Cup||6th||.400 BA (2-for-5), 1 R, 1 BB|
No was selected 21st overall by the NC Dinos in the 2012 KBO Draft. Although No batted a disappointing .194 with 2 home runs and 25 RBI in the 2012 Futures League, he became the Dinos' starting shortstop showing great defensive skills.
The Dinos' starting shortstop for the 2013 season was 2007 KBO batting champion Lee Hyun-gon who was traded from the Kia Tigers as a free agent. However, he was replaced by No early on, who showed better offensive and defensive stats as a backup shortstop. On April 27, 2013, No hit his first KBO league home run, which was an inside the park, against starting pitcher Kim Sun-woo of the Doosan Bears.