Before ex-major leaguer Choo Shin-soo endorsed with the SSG Landers this year and turned into a moment star in South Korean baseball, left-hander Kim Kwang-hyun had been the symbol for the establishment once called the SK Wyverns.
According to national baseball team betting news, the slender left-hander has spent the beyond two seasons with the St. Louis Cardinals, while Choo played in the Korea Baseball Organization without precedent for 2021.
With Kim now a free specialist, the two might become partners in 2022. Choo said Saturday he couldn’t imagine anything better than to have that chance.
The Landers own the freedoms to Kim, who went through his whole 13-year KBO profession with them. Assuming he needs to get back to the KBO, Kim would need to sign with the Landers. Kim had one year left on his four-year manage the Landers when he joined the Cardinals in December 2019.
Choo Shin-soo Invites Kim Kwang-hyun to Landers
Choo said the KBO has many skilled youthful players who could play in the majors, and he said they shouldn’t undercut themselves at the arranging table whenever the chance comes.
Of the numerous pitchers that he looked in the KBO in his first season, Choo said KT Wiz sidearm pitcher Ko Young-pyo stood apart the most.