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[12/31/2014] Hanshin Tigers interested in Hyeon-Jong Yang and Kwang-Hyun Kim

by on Dec.31, 2014 @ 9:42 pm, under NPB

The Hanshin Tigers are interested in pitchers Hyeon-Jong Yang (26) and Kwang-Hyun Kim (26).

Yang was posted to the Majors earlier this offseason, but KIA rejected the winning bid. Kim was also posted to the Majors, but could not work out an agreement with the San Diego Padres. The Tigers will be keeping an eye on both left-handed pitchers in case either is open to pitching in the NPB.

Source: Daily Sports 12/31/2014, Sports Hochi 12/31/2014, Nikkan Sports 12/31/2014, Sponichi 12/31/2014

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Hyeon-Jong Yang Stats

Year Team ERA G CG SHO W L SV HLD WPCT PA IP H HR BB HBP K R ER
2007 KIA 4.17 31 0 0 1 2 0 0 0.333 217 49.2 39 7 31 2 48 24 23
2008 KIA 5.83 48 0 0 0 5 0 5 0.000 340 75.2 77 4 48 1 56 49 49
2009 KIA 3.15 29 0 0 12 5 0 1 0.706 627 148.2 133 14 58 2 139 55 52
2010 KIA 4.25 30 1 1 16 8 0 0 0.667 748 169.1 169 9 98 6 145 84 80
2011 KIA 6.18 28 1 0 7 9 0 0 0.438 492 106.1 116 9 69 4 74 74 73
2012 KIA 5.05 28 0 0 1 2 0 2 0.333 201 41.0 51 3 31 4 26 25 23
2013 KIA 3.10 19 1 0 9 3 0 0 0.750 443 104.2 99 10 43 6 95 38 36
2014 KIA 4.25 29 0 0 16 8 0 0 0.667 732 171.1 162 12 77 4 165 85 81
  4.33 242 3 1 62 42 0 8 0.596 3800 866.2 846 68 455 29 748 434 417

Kwang-Hyun Kim Stats

Year Team ERA G CG SHO W L SV HLD WPCT PA IP H HR BB HBP K R ER
2007 SK 3.62 20 0 0 3 7 0 0 0.300 342 77.0 80 5 41 4 52 35 31
2008 SK 2.39 27 1 1 16 4 0 0 0.800 659 162.0 127 9 63 2 150 50 43
2009 SK 2.80 21 1 0 12 2 0 0 0.857 568 138.1 121 14 53 4 112 46 43
2010 SK 2.37 31 2 1 17 7 0 0 0.708 797 193.2 153 13 84 5 183 56 51
2011 SK 4.84 17 1 0 4 6 0 0 0.400 328 74.1 70 6 45 2 61 45 40
2012 SK 4.30 16 0 0 8 5 0 0 0.615 347 81.2 85 9 36 2 65 44 39
2013 SK 4.47 25 0 0 10 9 0 0 0.526 580 133.0 128 12 68 4 102 72 66
2014 SK 3.42 28 1 0 13 9 0 0 0.591 749 173.2 178 10 81 3 145 77 66
  3.30 185 6 2 83 49 0 0 0.629 4370 1033.2 942 78 471 26 870 425 379

One comment on “[12/31/2014] Hanshin Tigers interested in Hyeon-Jong Yang and Kwang-Hyun Kim

  1. Ren Ignatiago

    I really don’t think Kim Kwang-Hyun is interested leavin the SK Wyverns. He already have his objectives straight and clear next year. And that’s to possibly bring his team to the Korean Series.

    Dunno about Yang, though.

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