Kim Gwang-hyun will retire from the national team after the 2023 WBC.
On the 14th, Kim Gwang-hyun announced his retirement from the national team on his personal SNS, saying, “Hello. Thank you for supporting the national team Kim Gwang-hyun so far.”
Kim Kwang-hyun said, “I was a dream and pride to be a national team member. From the youth national team in 2005 to the WBC in 2023, I am proud of myself for playing for the country and for Korean baseball.” . The feeling of participating in the game with the Taegeukgi on my chest. The appearance of singing the national anthem with a gold medal around my neck is something I will be proud of and proud of for the rest of my life.” 토토사이트
He continued, “Of course, there were times when my grades were not good, but I think I was able to become stronger by not being disappointed and using it as an opportunity. I couldn’t hide my sad feelings.
Lastly, he ended his post by thanking the fans, saying, “Starting today, I’m going to return to being a player who throws the ball harder than anyone else who knows how to enjoy the game as always as pitcher Kwang-Hyun Kim of the Landers. Once again, I’m sorry and thank you.”
Kim Gwang-hyun participated in a total of six international competitions from the 2008 Beijing Olympics to the 2023 WBC, and recorded an average ERA of 3.92 with 5 wins, 4 losses and 3 holds in 17 matches.