The highly anticipated ‘the next Ryu Hyun-jin’ prospect finally announces his retirement from active duty…”I just feel sorry for the fans that I couldn’t show you a good side of me”

Roh Geon-woo, a left-hander from Hwasun High School and Dongkuk University, joined NC in 2012 as a top priority. When he joined NC, he was highly anticipated as a left-hander who threw fastballs over 150 kilometers and earned the nickname “the next Ryu Hyun-jin.”

However, he failed to overcome the high barriers in the professional league. In 2013, he took the mound 38 times in the first year of the main league and had two wins, eight losses and two holds. His earned run average was 7.29, with one win, two losses and one hold (4.47 earned run average) in 2014 and one win and two losses (10.65 earned run average) in 2015.

Noh returned to the mound after completing his mandatory military service in Sangmu, but failed to distinguish himself. He only had one win and two losses (average earned run of 7.16) in 20 games in 2018, and took the mound five times in 2019. His earned run average was also high at 12.27.

He moved to Samsung through the second draft in November 2019, and completed his career high season in 2020. He had two wins, three losses and 10 holds in 45 games. His ERA was 4.74. He had two losses and one hold (4.74 ERA) in 16 games in 2021, and 4.50 ERA in three games last year.

Noh Kun-woo, who recorded a 4.50 ERA in three games last year without losing or losing, changed his name ahead of this season and burned his will to succeed, but he remained with a 1.30 ERA in 16 games and was eventually included in the list of not being able to renew his contract. 사설 토토사이트

Noh Kun-woo said on his Instagram on the 27th, “Now I’m going to organize my active career that I’ve been doing for 12 years. I’m just sorry that I couldn’t show good performances to the fans who have supported me.”

“My first team, the NC Dinos, and my last team, the Samsung Lions. Thank you so much to the fans of both teams. I will cherish it in my heart and live the rest of my life to the fullest. Thank you so much for the meantime.”

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