Hanwha Eagles have begun reorganizing their roster.
On the 21st, Hanwha announced, “We have decided to release seven players to reorganize the team.”
Those subject to release include Lee Jae-min, Jang Woong-jeong, Chun Bo-woong, Lee Seok-je (pitcher), Won Hyuk-jae, Lee Jung-jae, and Ko Young-jae (outfielder).토스카지노
Jaemin Lee is a second-year pitcher wearing the Hanwha uniform, ranked 71st in the 2nd 8th round in 2022. He pitched in 19 games over two seasons in the Futures League, recording 6 wins, 5 losses, 1 hold, and an ERA of 3.62. This season, he appeared in only two games in the Futures League, allowing two runs (one earned) in 3⅓ innings and recording an ERA of 2.70.
There is a first-team pitching record. It wasn’t good, with 3 hits and 8 runs in 2 games and 2 innings, and an ERA of 36.00.
Jang Woong-jeong, who joined Hanwha with the 48th rank in the 2nd 5th round in 2020, stepped onto the first-team stage in his first year of debut. He appeared in two games, pitched 7⅔ innings, had one loss, and had an ERA of 3.52. Then, in the 2021 season, he recorded an average ERA of 9.82 in 4 games and 7⅓ innings. Jang Woong-jeong, who completed his military service last July, became a free agent pending military service and was released on this day.
And Chun Bo-woong stands out. This is because he is a rookie left-handed pitcher this year. Bo-Woong Chun took off his uniform without any records of appearances for the first and second teams.
Left-hander Lee Seok-je, who wore the uniform as a training player for Hanwha this year, was also notified of his release. Futures’ record this year is only one game. On April 28th, he appeared in the Futures League game against the NC 2nd team and recorded an ERA of 27.00, allowing 4 hits and 2 runs in ⅔ innings.
Left-handed outfielder Won Hyuk-jae, who wore a Hanwha uniform in the second 4th round of 2017, also parted ways with Hanwha. In the Futures League, he had a batting average of 0.241, 14 home runs, and 74 RBIs in 163 games over four seasons. In 2022, he will play in 11 games for the first team and take off his uniform with a batting average of 0.095, 2 hits, 1 walk, 12 strikeouts, and 2 runs.
Right-handed outfielder Lee Jeong-jae, who graduated from Dongsan High School and joined the team as a training player this year, played in 23 games for the second team and recorded a batting average of 0.136, 1 home run, and 8 RBIs.
Ko Young-jae also wore the Hanwha uniform as a Yukseon player this year. Ko Young-jae also failed to play in the first team and only played in 9 games in the second team, and was notified of his release with a batting average of 0.083 and 1 RBI.