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Its Just Two Days After the Release List was Announced

Pitcher Lim Jeong-woo (32), who had been the team’s ace since his days at Seoul High School, announced his retirement at an early age.

On the 27th, Lim Jeong-woo announced the news of his retirement through his SNS.

Lim Jeong-woo calmly expressed his intention to retire, saying, “Since I came to LG as a free agent compensation player for senior Jo In-seong in 2011

I will now keep in a corner of my heart the good memories I have had with the many senior and junior players who went through the Twins with me.” .

Lim Jeong-woo, who said he was heartbroken and disappointed at the thought of not being able to stand on the mound as a professional baseball player, continued

I think the LG Twins fans I’ve ever seen are the most passionate and full of love. 먹튀검증사이트

It’s just a matter of receiving support and love from such people.

I feel grateful and honored,” he said, bowing his head to the fans who supported him even during his injury.

Lim Jeong-woo then revealed that it was a great honor in itself to have participated as a player for the LG Twins during their long journey

from the dark days when LG failed to advance to the fall baseball season to their first unified championship in 29 years.

Lim Jeong-woo, who shared the mound with Lee In-bok (Lotte) in his second year at Seoul High School, performed well

leading his alma mater to the Blue Dragon semifinals in 2009. 

However, because his third year was not as good as his second year

his nomination order was in the 4th round, which was lower than expected. 

Then, as soon as he joined the team in 2011, less than a year later, he moved to LG as a compensation player according to Jo In-seong’s free agent contract and showed his potential.

He joined the team in the 2011 season and played 13 seasons until this year

but he played in the first team of the KBO League for 8 seasons.

He appeared in 229 games, recording 14 wins, 25 losses, 34 saves, and an earned run average of 4.50. In 2016, his first and last peak

he recorded 3 wins, 8 losses, 28 saves, and an ERA of 3.82, ranking second in saves. 

His advantage was a waterfall curve that supported a fast ball of 150 km/h, but he did not play a role as a closing pitcher except for the 2016 season.

Lim Jeong-woo, who completed his military service as a social worker while not appearing on the mound for the past five years due to injury

underwent rehabilitation from 2021 to 2023, but was not at the level of being called up to the first team. 

Then he was recently placed on the release list, and he announced his retirement two days after the list was announced.

The following is the full text of Lim Jeong-woo’s retirement story posted on social media.

Hello LG Twins fans!
My name is Lim Jeong-woo, and I played for SK Wyverns for 1 year and LG Twins for 12 years.


First of all, I am very happy to have received so much attention, support, and love over the past 13 years, and I would like to thank all the baseball fans who supported me.


Since I came to LG as a free agent compensation player for senior Jo In-seong in 2011

I will now keep the good memories I had with the many senior and junior players who went through the Twins with me in a corner of my heart.

Many fans have contacted me via DM (messenger), but first, I have decided to no longer be active as a professional baseball player. 

I’m thinking of retiring.

I feel so sad and sad at the thought that I will never be able to stand on the mound again as a professional baseball player.

I still cannot forget the shouts of victory from LG Twins fans at Jamsil Baseball Stadium. 

I think the LG Twins fans I’ve ever seen are the most passionate and full of love! 

I feel grateful and honored to have received the support and love of such people. 

That’s why I will keep it in my memory for the rest of my life and never forget it.

I think my time at LG Twins was really special to me.
I think it is a great honor in itself to be a part of the LG Twins’ long journey from the dark ages to winning the championship for the first time in 29 years.

Personally, I was thinking in advance that this time would come, but now the time has come to take off the TWINS that graced the front of my heart, the letters of my name on my back, and the number 20 jersey that I had so much affection for.

To the fans who have believed in me, supported me, and loved me for a long time!

I am truly grateful and grateful!
I would also like to thank all of the LG Twins sports front staff.

Thank you for supporting and loving me all these years.

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