Former LG Twins foreign hitter Justin Boer announced his retirement from active play.
On the 11th (Korean time), Bohr said on his Twitter, “All players know that it is time to end their careers. Today is such a day for me. I am grateful to everyone who has helped me during this time,” he said of his intention to retire.
Bohr, who made his big league debut in 2014, played for the Miami Marlins, Philadelphia Phillies, and Los Angeles Angels. He appeared in 559 major league games, batting . 안전놀이터
Boer has hit double-digit home runs for five consecutive years since 2015. In particular, he hit 25 homers in 2017, setting the record for the most in a single season.
He wore an LG uniform as a substitute for Roberto Ramos in July 2021, but left only regrets with a lower-than-expected appearance. In 32 appearances, he had a batting average of 1.7 (17-for-100) with 3 home runs, 17 RBIs and 7 runs scored.
After failing to renew his contract with LG, he advanced to the Mexican League (Diablos Rojos del Mexico), but did not leave any significant results.