Scott Oberg (32) announced his retirement from active duty.
Oberg said on social media (SNS) on the 11th (Korean time), “I accepted a part-time position with the Colorado Rockies. As a player, I will no longer play the game I have loved my whole life.” I am grateful for the unwavering support of my colleagues, and especially my wife, but I cannot express my gratitude enough. Without you, I could not have achieved anything. I love you,” he announced his retirement.
He was selected by Colorado in the 2012 draft with the 468 overall pick in the 15th round. Overg, who first stepped into the big leagues in 2015, recorded an ERA of 5.09 in the 2015 season, an ERA of 5.19 in the 2016 season, and an ERA of 4.94 in the 2017 season. 안전놀이터
However, he showed a different look in the 2018 season. He recorded 56 games, 8 wins, 1 loss, 14 holds, 58⅔ innings, 17 runs (16 earned), and an earned run average of 2.45. In particular, he took the mound in the 12th inning of extra time in the postseason National League Wild Card Final against the Chicago Cubs, struck out all four batters, and led the team to advance to the Division Series. He also ate rice with Oh Seung-hwan, who transferred by trade this season.
In the 2019 season, he appeared in 49 games, recording 6 wins, 1 loss, 8 holds, 5 saves, 18 runs (14 earned) in 56 innings with an earned run average of 2.25. However, in 2016, he was put on the injured list due to a blood clot in his right arm, which had problems for the first time, and was out for the season. Afterwards, Oberg was repeatedly crippled by blood clots. He had blood clot surgeries in 2020 and 2021.
“Unfortunately, due to numerous blood clots during my career, I will not be able to compete. I will forever be indebted to all the people who have helped me, who have played an important role,” Oberg said.
“I am also grateful to all the coaches who have taught me how to play properly and helped me use my abilities to the fullest. I also owe a debt to my mental coach, Daniel. He has changed my life.”