Scott Oberg, who ate rice with Oh Seung-hwan in the Colorado Rockies in the past, takes off his uniform.
Overg said on his personal SNS on the 11th (Korean time), “I don’t want to play baseball, which I loved the most. I am so grateful for the support of his family, friends and colleagues.”
He made his big league debut in 2015 and played only in a Colorado uniform for five seasons. At the beginning of his debut, he did not stand out, but from 2018, he entered an average ERA of 2 points, and built a winning group with Oh Seung-hwan and Adam Ottavino (now New York Mets).
Overg recorded 18 wins, 8 losses, 3.85 ERA, 54 holds, 7 saves and 234 strikeouts over 5 seasons. Since 2019, there are no records of his active appearances. This was a symptom of his blood clot, and he could not continue his active life. He steadily tried to come back, but ultimately failed, and announced his retirement.
“I couldn’t stay in these games because of a blood clot,” he said. Nonetheless, I would like to express my gratitude to all medical staff. They helped hard, and I think they are forever indebted.”
Lastly, “Thank you to the fans who always applauded and cheered me on. I will never forget it,” he concluded.
Meanwhile, Overhe plans to start a new life as a contract frontman for Colorado after wrapping up his playing career. 토토사이트