Oh Seung-hwan struck out three pitches and announced the retirement of ML 352 home runs
A slugger who hit 352 home runs in the Major League finally decided to take off his uniform.
Ryan Bronn, who played for the Milwaukee Brewers alone for 14 years, said on the 15th (Korea Standard Time), “I decided to retire officially as an active player.”
Bron is a slugger who hit 352 home runs in Major League Baseball. This is also the Milwaukee club’s most home runs record. 2007 batting average.Bron, who made his splendid debut with 324 34 home runs, 97 RBIs and 15 steals, won the National League Regular Season MVP with a batting average of .332 33 home runs, 111 RBIs and 33 steals in 2011, establishing himself as a representative slugger in the Major League.
Bron, who showed off his best batting sense with a batting average of .319 41 home runs and 112 RBIs in 2012. However, it shocked him when he was found to have taken the banned drug, and Bron later walked downhill and failed to show his peak sense of hitting again.
In particular, on April 14, 2016, Oh Seung-hwan, who wore a St. Louis Cardinals uniform, struck out three pitches. Oh Seung-hwan induced Bronn’s missed swing with a 94-mile fastball and struck out three pitches. At that time, Oh Seung-hwan said after the game, “Molina signed a winning pitch right away for the third pitch.” The results were good. He also expressed his gratitude to Yadier Molina, who worked with the battery, saying, “The course went into the body safely.”
Bron’s batting average in 2016.He showed off his robustness with 305 30 home runs, 91 RBIs, and 16 steals, but he drew a downward curve with only 67 home runs over the next four years and hit a batting average last year.After sluggish performance with 2,338 home runs and 26 RBIs, he failed to find his team and even got a chance to make a comeback this year. Bron played in 1,766 major league games and had a batting average of .296 352 home runs, 1154 RBIs, and 216 steals. His career, which was talkative and troublesome, ended like that.
[Major League Baseball Milwaukee Brewers slugger Ryan Bron bowed his head after striking out three pitches by Oh Seung-hwan in a visit game against the St. Louis Cardinals on April 14, 2016, Korean time]