Kim Seong-pyo, retired after Samsung release… “End of 10 years of baseball life, preparation for the second life”

 Reporter Moon Dae-hyeon = Outfielder Kim Seong-pyo (29), who was released from the Samsung Lions, announced his retirement from active duty.

Kim Seong-pyo recently said on his social media, “If 10 years is long, if it is long, if it is short, I am trying to put an end to my short baseball career.”

Kim Seong-pyo, who graduated from Daechijung-Hwimun High School, joined Samsung with the 50th overall pick in the 6th round of the 2013 rookie draft. Kim Seong-pyo also became famous as Ga-yeong’s younger sister from the girl group Stellar.

His playing career wasn’t that bright. Kim Seong-pyo, who only stepped on the first team stage in 2020, was mainly used as a major runner and a major defense agent.

He appeared in 17 games last year, but he only had a batting average of 0.118 (2 hits in 17 at-bats), 5 runs and 2 steals, and was placed on the release list after the season. 토토

Kim Seong-pyo’s first-team career record was a batting average of 0.209 (9 hits in 43 at-bats) in 71 games, 16 points, 1 RBI, and 5 stolen bases. In the Futures (second team) league, he recorded a batting average of 0.283, 1 home run, 118 RBIs, 116 points and 55 stolen bases in 427 games.

Kim Seong-pyo said, “After leaving Samsung this season, there were offers from other teams, but after much thought and consideration, I decided to retire. I was really happy as a professional baseball player for Samsung for 10 years. I will. Thank you to those who supported me.”

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