Chauchan’s retirement decision

Veteran left-hander with 112 career wins
Trying to make a comeback with Lotte Injuries won’t allow it

Veteran left-handed pitcher Choo Chan (36-photo) is hanging up his uniform.

“Chau-chan has decided to retire,” 카지노사이트 baseball team Lotte said on Sunday, adding, “He prepared hard from spring training to the in-season with the idea that this year would be his last, but his body and physical condition did not keep up.”

A graduate of Gunsan Sangho High School, Chau-chan was selected by Samsung in the second round, seventh overall, in the 2006 KBO draft. He had a powerful fastball but struggled with his breaking ball, but made the leap to the big leagues in 2010 with a 10-2 record and a 2.14 ERA.

He played a key role in Samsung’s four consecutive Korean Series titles from 2011 to 2014 before moving to LG as a free agent after the 2016 season. 온라인카지노 He competed in the 2021 Tokyo Olympics, but underwent shoulder surgery shortly after the Games and left LG for the last time last year.

He tried to make a comeback by signing with Lotte for 50 million won per year ahead of this season, but was unable to overcome the aftereffects of his injury. His only appearance of the year was a one-inning scoreless stint in the Futures League (second team) against SSG on June 10. Chowchan’s career record in the first team is 112-79-1 with one save and 32 holds with a 4.51 ERA.

He has earned Korean colors at the 2013 World Baseball Classic (WBC), 2014 Asian Games in Incheon, 2015 Premier 12, 2017 WBC, 2019 Premier 12, 카지노사이트존 and 2021 Tokyo Olympics.

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