Oh Seung-hwan, On the Verge of a Record

Oh Seung-hwan, on the verge of a record… KBO’s first 400 saves ‘-1’

Professional baseball Samsung Lions’ ‘Stone Buddha’ Oh Seung-hwan (41) is on the verge of achieving another record.

Oh Seung-hwan

Its Oh Seung-hwan, who has 399 saves in his professional career,

will reach the unprecedented 400 save mark if he keeps his team victorious one more time.

Oh Seung-hwan, now in his 19th year since his debut,

is a ‘living legend’ who holds the record for most saves in the KBO League. 카지노

Starting with achieving 100 saves in the fewest games and shortest period of time in 2007,

the third year of his joining, he achieved 150 saves and 200 saves in 2009 and 2011, respectively.

In particular, the 200 saves achieved in 334 games was a world record for the fewest games.

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In addition, Oh Seung-hwan achieved all 250, 300, and 350 saves for the first time in the KBO League,

setting a record in the save category that no one can match.

Even though he was out of the KBO league for six seasons from 2014 to 2019,

he accumulated saves at a tremendous rate.

Last June, he set a meaningful record of 500 saves in Korea, the United States, and Japan.

Seung-Hwan Oh has been named the all-time relief king six times, and in 2021,

he achieved 40 saves in the oldest season ever.

For the time being, it is difficult to find a player who can break Oh Seung-hwan’s record.

This season, Oh Seung-hwan went through ups and downs,

even making one starting appearance due to a sluggish performance at the beginning of the season.

However, after the middle of the season, he quickly stabilized and is still behind Samsung with 4 wins, 5 losses, 29 saves, 2 holds, and an ERA of 3.58.

KBO plans to award Seung-Hwan Oh a commemorative award if he reaches 400 saves.

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