SSG fans protest Kim Kang-min’s transfer by sending sympathy wreaths to the club

Fans of the SSG Landers of the Korean Baseball Organization (KBO) are reacting to the recent transfer of Kim Kang-min to the Hanwha Eagles, pointing out the club’s lackadaisical response.On the 29th, more than 50 mourning wreaths were set up around Incheon Munhak Stadium, SSG’s home stadium, in protest against the club.The wreaths read, “Rest in peace, Incheon Baseball,” as well as phrases expressing dissatisfaction, such as “23 years in two years,” and “A baseball team that shouldn’t exist in the world.” The wreaths also read, “Resign all those in charge.

It also called for strict measures against the club’s leaders, including “resignation of all those in charge,” “permanent suspension of Kim Kang-min,” and “permanent expulsion of ‘Thundert’ (SSG front).”Kim Mo, a 30-year-old who said he has been a baseball fan for 15 years, came to the site wearing a jersey of SSG’s predecessor, the SK Wyverns.”Many fans are in a state of loss after losing Team Legends due to the club’s clumsy response during the second round of the draft,” he said, adding, “I purposely wore an SK jersey to warn the club.”Another fan said, “I participated in sending wreaths because I thought that veteran players would be treated badly after seeing what 온라인카지노 happened,” adding, “The club should officially apologize and promise to prevent a repeat.”

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