Song Eun-beom, 39, has been placed on the disabled list by the LG Twins of the Korean Baseball Organization, giving him “invincible status.He is facing a tough time, but he still has a strong desire to be on the mound.”I had a personal training session today,” Song told Yonhap News Agency on the afternoon of the 29th, “I want to throw more, and I can throw well. I don’t feel any pain.”LG said it removed Song, Seo and 12 others from the pending roster on Nov. 25. “I knew I couldn’t play for LG anymore,” said Song Eun-beom, who calmly accepted the club’s decision, “I’m about to turn 40, but I’m in very good shape. If I get the chance, I’m confident that I can throw a good ball.”This season, Song made just four appearances in the first team (3⅔ innings, one run). He hasn’t pitched in the Futures (second division) league since June 24 against the Goyang Heroes.However, Song Eun-beom said, “I’ve been pitching live at least once a week this year. There is no problem with my pitching feeling,” he said, adding, “My arm is fresher than ever. I want to show what I didn’t show this year, and I want to show it next year.”Song began his professional career in 2003 when he was drafted by the SK Wyverns (formerly the SSG Landers) in the first round, and has pitched for the KIA Tigers, Hanwha Eagles, and LG Twins as a starter, middle reliever, and closer.

In his first-team career, Song compiled a record of 88 wins, 95 losses, 27 saves, 57 holds, and a 4.57 ERA in 680 games.In the postseason, he appeared in 23 games as a starter, middle reliever, and closer, going 4-3 with a 1.90 ERA and two saves.The “veteran bullpen signing” has had quite a few success stories.Jin-sung Kim, 38, was released by the NC Dinos after the 2021 season, but started fresh with LG and went 6-3 with a 3.10 ERA in 12 appearances in 2022 and 5-1 with four saves and a 2.18 ERA in 21 appearances this year.Lim Chang-min (38), now a free agent, was also released by the Doosan Bears after the 2022 season and signed with the Kiwoom Heroes in 2023, where he went 2-2 with 26 saves and a 2.51 ERA.Noh Kyung-eun (39-SSG Landers) also bounced back from her release. With a 9-5 record, two saves, and a 3.58 ERA in 30 appearances, Noh was a key part of SSG’s bullpen and ranked second in 바카라사이트 holds.Song Eun-beom, the ‘ace of the SK dynasty’, is also eager for a ‘chance’.

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