Samsung Lions pitcher Yang Chang-seop (24), who enlisted in the military earlier this month, reported on his current situation.
On the 27th, Yang Chang-seop left his first greeting to fans after his military enlistment through his personal SNS.
Yang Chang-seop, who started by saying, “I read the personal information written by many people at the training center and am training hard.” I would like to say that I am sorry for not being able to show you a good image.” He then concluded, “I will come back healthy in the 2025 season with a more developed appearance.”
Many fans and acquaintances left replies wishing for a healthy military life and a return to Ace.
Yang Chang-seop, who enlisted on the 1st, is scheduled to be discharged on January 31, 2025.
On the 23rd, former SPOTV commentator Jae-won Oh strongly criticized him through his personal SNS live broadcast, but he did not mention at all.
Former member Oh Jae-won caused a conflict by claiming that Yang Chang-seop’s sand dune was “deliberately beanball” during the commentary for the Samsung-SSG match held at SSG Landers Field in Incheon on June 24. Yang Chang-seop and Oh Jae-won each posted a metaphorical article on their personal SNS and engaged in a battle. As the controversy grew, team senior Kang Min-ho, who had a close relationship with Yang Chang-seop’s Commissioner Oh Jae-won, arranged a meeting to reconcile the two, but the meeting did not take place. Amid the spread of controversy, Jaewon Oh resigned as a commentator for SPOTV.안전놀이터
Yang Chang-seop, who graduated from Deoksu High School and joined Samsung in the 2nd round of the 2nd round in 2018, made a big success as a starting pitcher in the first year and raised great expectations for the birth of the Samsung Lions Ace. He went 7-6 with a 5.05 earned run average in 19 games.
Yang Chang-seop, who was ambitiously preparing for the 2019 season, was put on hold at the end of February of that year when he returned to Korea with an elbow problem during the Okinawa camp and underwent elbow ligament surgery (Tommy John surgery).
After his long rehabilitation, he aimed for a comeback, but he was unable to fully recover his pace and suffered from heartache. This season, he competed for the first five starts and played an active role in the bullpen. Yang Chang-seop, who recorded a record of 10 wins, 13 losses, 3 holds, and an ERA of 6.27 in 56 games in his 5 seasons, enlisted after being discharged, promising to return to ‘Ace Mode’.