Samsung Lions releases 11 players including Noh Gun-woo, Park Se-woong, and Kim Ho-jae

The Samsung Lions, who have been on an aggressive offseason offense, have begun to organize their roster.
“Considering the current roster composition and future developmental aspects, we have decided not to re-sign 11 players,”

the organization said on May 25.

The list includes pitchers Noh Gun-woo, Park Se-woong, Jang Ji-hoon, Kim Yong-ha, Kim Jun-woo, Meng Sung-joo, and Park Yong-min, infielders Kim Ho-jae, Lee Tae-hoon, and Yoon Jung-hoon, and outfielder Song Jun-seok.
Originally drafted by the NC Dinos in 2012 under the name Noh Seong-ho, he was highly touted as a left-handed pitcher but failed to establish himself in the first team.
After returning to the team after a stint on the bench, he moved to Samsung in the second round of the 2020 draft, where he went 2-3 with a 4.46 ERA and 10 saves in 45 games, but has since fallen off. 카지노

He was renamed Noh Geon-woo ahead of this season, hoping to make a breakthrough, but struggled with a 1-1 record and a 7.30 ERA in 16 games and was eventually released.



In 175 career games, he has a 7-20 record with a 6.44 ERA.
Park, who was drafted by the SK Wyverns

(formerly the SSG Landers) in 2015 from Cheongju and switched to the Samsung uniform in 2017, didn’t make his first-team debut until 2021, leaving the team with a 9.95 ERA in 11 games without a win or loss.
Kim Ho-jae, who joined Samsung as a developmental player in 2014 and made his first-team debut in 2018, showed promise with a .

322 batting average in 65 games in 2020 and has gotten his chance in 75 games this season, but has struggled with a .216 batting average.

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