Roh Jin-hyuk’s handwritten letter to Lotte, “My first love NC, I will always support you.”
Roh Jin-hyuk (33), who left the NC Dinos and signed a free agent (FA) contract with the Lotte Giants, left a handwritten letter to NC fans
Roh Jin-hyuk said on his SNS on the 30th, “I’m sorry for writing too late after the stove league,” adding, “I needed time to organize my mind.” “I hesitated because I felt like a traitor,” he said.
Roh Jin-hyuk recalled, “I’m grateful that (NC fans) have been cheering and cheering for me for 11 years,” adding, “I wasn’t a good baseball player, but I think I was loved a lot compared to my skills.”
“I remember many fans, including those who always said I was the main character, and those who said they would keep my hat as a family treasure after purchasing it as an auction,” he said. “Even though I was leaving the team, fans who made fanbooks and gave flowers and cakes as gifts passed by. “I regret not being able to approach my fans more kindly,” he said.
He said, “I am no longer NC’s Noh Jin-hyuk, but I will live with the support and support you have sent me so far in my heart for the rest of my life.” I was so grateful, he said. “I always support my first love, NC.”
Meanwhile, Noh Jin-hyuk, who joined NC in 2012 as a special round for the new team after graduating from Gwangju Dongseong High School and Sungkyunkwan University, has a batting average of 0.266, 71 home runs, 331 RBIs, and an OPS (on-base percentage + slugging percentage) of 0.761.
He has recorded more than 80% of OPS in the last three seasons and produced more than 20 doubles in five consecutive seasons. 안전공원
Noh Jin-hyuk, who qualified for the FA after the 2022 season, signed a four-year contract with Lotte for a total of 5 billion won.