“I thought we would retire together at Samsung… Goodbye, I was happy”

“I thought we would retire together at Samsung, but I should have bought you another meal.”

While cheering for junior Lee Won-seok (37, Kiwoom Heroes), who suddenly left Kang Min-ho (38), the master of the Samsung Lions, he expressed regret. On the morning of the 27th, Samsung gave Lee Won-seok and the 2024 rookie draft 3rd round nomination right to Kiwoom, and traded for pitcher Kim Tae-hoon (31). It was an inevitable choice for Samsung as the bullpen blood transfusion was urgent.

Not only Lee Won-seok, but also the players heard the news on the morning of the trade day. Lee Won-seok quickly packed up and went up to Seoul, so he left without even saying goodbye to the team. In the Samsung locker room, Lee Won-seok’s seat is still left with his luggage that he has not been able to clean up. Samsung coach Park Jin-man laughed, explaining how he left so quickly, saying, “(Lee) Won-seok said, ‘It took a long time to be selected for today’s (27th) game in Kiwoom.'”

Lee Won-seok first transferred to Samsung as a free agent in 2017 and has been together for 7 years until this year. He was very active as a center hitter and starting third baseman, and in the locker room, he fulfilled his duties as a support for young infielders along with veterans. 먹튀검증

No matter how many things happen, it is always difficult to let go of a loved one. We have collected and organized the last messages left by coach Park and the Samsung team to Lee Won-seok.It hurts when someone like family moves away. But the professional world can’t help it. He told Won-seok that he had done a great job here. He said thank you for doing well as a veteran. He said, ‘This is the trade Kiwoom asked for because he evaluated you well, so go and take good care of your body so that you can look good.’ We hope that the new player (Kim Tae-hoon) can become one with the existing players so that they can become a family.

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