With no end in sight for the ongoing major league lockout, free agent pitcher Kim Kwang-hyun may have to look further afield if he wants to secure a spot for next season before spring training starts.
Free agent pitcher Kim Kwang-hyun is still stuck with nowhere to call home as the major league baseball lockout continues with no end in sight.
Kim Kwang-hyun may not have received an offer to return to the Cardinals for the 2022 season yet, but he still remains a serious MLB prospect. Although Kim isn't likely to land a huge contracts, U.S. media still predict a deal is on the horizon
Kim Kwang-hyun's shot at the 2021 MLB postseason is over before it ever really began, with the St. Louis Cardinals dropping the National League Wildcard game to the Los Angeles Dodgers 3-1 on Wednesday.
The 2021 Major League Baseball regular season wrapped up on Sunday with Choi Ji-man of the Tampa Bay Rays and Kim Kwang-hyun of the St. Louis Cardinals the only Korean players set to advance to the postseason.
Kim Kwang-hyun was moved to the bullpen on Tuesday with Jake Woodford set to take over his spot in the St. Louis Cardinals starting rotation.
Kim Kwang-hyun of the St. Louis Cardinals pitches during the eighth inning of a game against the Los Angeles Dodgers at Busch Stadium in St Louis, Missouri on Tuesday.
Kim Kwang-hyun of the St. Louis Cardinals could lose his spot in the rotation as the major league enters the final few weeks of the 2021 season.
Kim Kwang-hyun of the of the St. Louis Cardinals suffered his seventh loss of the season on Saturday, giving up four runs on seven hits in just one and two thirds innings.
Choi Ji-man of the Tampa Bay Rays is likely to be placed on the 10-day injured list (IL) as he continues to struggle with tightness in his left hamstring.