Doosan Infielder Shin Seong-Hyun Retired From Active Duty at the Age of 33

Professional baseball Doosan Bears infielder Shin Seong-hyeon (33) announced his retirement from active duty.

On the 22nd, Doosan Bears announced the news of Shin Sung-hyun’s retirement.

Through the club

Shin Seong-hyun said

It was never easy to choose to take off the professional uniform I was familiar with

and said

I made this decision to prepare for my second life.

He said

I remember all the good times and the bad times. 

I am deeply sorry for not living up to the expectations of the Doosan fans 토토사이트 who cheered me on more than anyone else.

The Doosan club plans to support front-line training in the future for Shin Seong-hyun

who has shown professionalism by diligently participating in training during his active career.

Shin Seong-hyun, an infielder from Kyoto International High School in Japan

joined the Hanwha Eagles as a foster player in 2015 and was evaluated as a promising player with a batting average of 0.278 and 8 homers in 2016. After that

in April 2017

he was traded for catcher Choi Jae-hoon and wore a Doosan uniform.


after he moved to Doosan

he could not play a significant role. 

He hasn’t even played 20 games in the season since 2020.

In his professional career

he played in 287 games

hitting 0.217 with 16 homers, 59 RBIs and 75 runs scored.