Oh Seung-hwan Ties Korean Record in Japanese League

      September 29, 2014 10:56

      Oh Seung-hwan

      Oh Seung-hwan, a closer for the Hanshin Tigers in Japan's professional baseball league, earned his 38 saves after pitching 62 innings in 61 games, with one win, four losses and a 1.89 ERA.

      Oh matched Sun Dong-yol's record for most saves in a season for a Korean in the Japanese league set in 1997.

      Sun, the current manager of the Kia Tigers, achieved the same feat in his second season in Japan for the Chunichi Dragons.

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