“There’s no excuse for this happening. I’m really sorry.”
Hanwha Eagles rookie pitcher Kim Seo-hyeon (19) officially apologized for posting an article criticizing the direction of the coaching staff and the fans.
An official from the Hanwha team said on the 11th (Korean time)토토사이트, “On the day Kim Seo-hyun resumed training, he apologized to the fans through reporters who visited the spring camp in Arizona, USA. He visited the coaches and seniors and asked for forgiveness.”
On the 8th, the club previously banned Kim Seo-hyun from group training for posting inappropriate posts on social media for three days.
Kim Seo-hyun, who was freed from discipline, said, “I heard a lot of really good things from my seniors and coaches. I reflected more while thinking about those words when I was alone,” and promised, “I will become a more mature person than I am now.”
Head coach Carlos Subero (51) said, “I decided to take a disciplinary action by communicating with the front desk in the hope that young Kim Seo-hyun would learn and realize something through this mistake.”
Kim Seo-hyun, who wore a Hanwha uniform with the first overall pick in last year’s rookie draft, drew attention as a special rookie who threw a fast ball with a maximum speed of 160 km per hour.
Hanwha gave him a down payment of 500 million won. It was the third-largest contract for a rookie in the club’s history.
However, less than a week after the start of spring camp, he kicked away the team’s full support and fans’ support for his thoughtless words and actions.