Drew Luchinski, a foreign pitcher who played an active role as the ace of the NC Dinos for the past four years, left a farewell message to the fans.
On the 27th, Luchinski said on the NC club’s official YouTube channel, “Unfortunately, I can’t be with you anymore in Changwon, but I want to say thank you.” He helped me. Thank you very much.”
After successfully making his big league debut with the Los Angeles Angels in 2014, Luchinski passed through the Minnesota Twins and Miami Marlins before signing a contract with NC for the 2019 season and challenging the KBO League. 토토사이트
From his first year, he had a stable performance with a 9-9 ERA of 3.05, and in the 2020 season, he was reborn as the league’s top starting pitcher with a 19-5 ERA of 3.05, leading NC’s first integrated championship.
In particular, in the Korean Series against the Doosan Bears, he showed the appearance of an ace without regret with 3 games (2 starts), 13 innings, 3 runs (1 ERA), 2 wins, 1 save, and an average ERA of 0.69
15-10 in the 2021 season with an average ERA of 3.17 and last year 10-12 with an average ERA of 2.97, he consistently did his part, but ahead of this season, he received a love call from the Major League Oakland Athletics and received $8 million in 1 + 1 years (approximately 98 80 million won) and returned to the United States.
Luczynski said, “Thanks to the best fans who always cheered me on, I was able to live a comfortable life in Korea with my wife.” “He said his sincerity.