‘LG’s last winning player’ Kim Jae-hyun returns to his parent team after 19 years
‘Cannon Heater’ Kim Jae-hyeon, 48-year-old sports commentator, adds strength to his former team, LG, after nearly 20 years.
LG announced on the 29th that it “appointed commentator Kim Jae-hyeon as a power reinforcement coordinator.” Return to the Twin Corps after 2004.
Coordinator Kim joined LG in 1994 after graduating from Shinil High School and made his professional debut. In his debut season, he contributed to the team’s second championship with 20 home runs and -20 stolen bases, and won an Outfielder’s Golden Glove.
Coordinator Kim, who moved to SK (now SSG) after the 2004 season, retired after the team won the 토토사이트championship in 2010. Afterwards, he served as hitting coach for Yomiuri, Hanwha and the national team, and served as a baseball commentator and technical committee member of the Korea Baseball Organization (KBO).
LG said, “We checked the direction of player development and established a new power-strengthening coordinator position to develop the development system.” “Kim Jae-hyun, power reinforcement coordinator, is judged to be the right person to strengthen the club’s power by acting as a bridge between the front desk and the field based on his experience as a national team member and field hitting coach, as well as his rich baseball-related experience and knowledge as a commentator. I did,” he explained the background of the recruitment.
He added, “Kim Jae-hyeon, the coordinator for strengthening power, will be active for the purpose of strengthening strategic functions within the front, such as giving advice to the front and the overall team and improving the constitution.” Instead of renewing the contract with manager Ryu Ji-hyeon, whose term of office expired last year, LG entrusted the baton to Yeom Gyeong-yeop, head of the KBO Technical Committee.
Kim Jae-hyun, power reinforcement coordinator, said, “I am excited to return to LG.” “There are many players and coaching staff with excellent abilities in the club,” he said, “I will do my best to contribute to becoming a stronger and stronger team with the same goal at the front and on the field.”