Justin Boer (35), who hit 92 home runs in his major league career and played in the KBO league, takes off his familiar uniform.
On the 11th (Korean time), Bohr announced his retirement through his Instagram, saying, “All players come to a point where they have to end their careers. For me, today is the day.”
Boer said he first thanked his family for supporting him, then he also thanked the club and teammates who had been with him. 스포츠토토
First, Boer showed affection for the Miami Marlins, who made his major league debut in 2014 and recorded a batting average of .289, 25 homers, and 83 RBIs in 2017, saying, “Thank you to the Miami Marlins for making the best days of my life.” I am grateful to the Phillies, Los Angeles Angels, San Francisco Giants, Hanshin Tigers, LG Twins, and my colleagues who have become my friends and brothers. I am also grateful to the fans. Your support has meant a lot to me.”
Boer’s career in the major leagues was a batting average of .253 with 92 homers and 303 RBIs. He debuted on the major league stage in Miami in 2014 and moved to Philadelphia during the 2018 season. He went through the Angels in 2019 and joined Nippon Professional Baseball Hanshin in 2020 to take on a new challenge. During his time at Hanshin, he fell short of expectations with a batting average of .243, 17 homers and 45 RBIs.
Bohr is a name familiar to domestic baseball fans as well. Bore, wearing an LG uniform as a substitute foreign hitter for Roberto Ramos in 2021, recorded a batting average of .170, on-base percentage of .265, and slugging percentage of .280 in 32 games with 3 home runs and 17 RBIs, remaining one of the worst foreign hitters in LG history. . Boer, who could hardly come out of the swamp of sluggishness in the regular season, tasted the humiliation of being excluded from the postseason entry that year.