Josh Lindblom, who played for the Lotte Giants and Doosan Bears in the KBO League, will end his career as a frontman.
On the 27th, Reviewing the Brewers, a media specializing in the Milwaukee Brewers of the Major League Baseball (MLB), said, “Lindblom has been hired as a special assistant for player development at the front desk,” and “will contribute to guiding and nurturing young players.” said.
Previously, on the 13th, Lindblom posted on his social media account, “Every morning for the past 7 months, I thought, ‘What does it mean to finish well?’ I think now is the timing.” He taught me a lot and I want to say goodbye with this letter.” 스포츠토토
Lindblom, who earned the nicknames ‘Lin Dong-won’ and ‘Lin Chul-soon’ by playing for the Lotte Giants (2015-2017) and Doosan Bears (2018-2019), won Doosan’s Korean Series with an average ERA of 2.50 with 20 wins and 3 losses in the 2019 season. He led the championship and took first place in the most wins, win rate (0.870), and strikeouts (189) categories, winning the regular league MVP and Golden Glove.
After returning to the United States, he signed a three-year, $9.12 million contract with Milwaukee and re-entered the major leagues. However, following a poor performance of 2-4 with an ERA of 5.16 in 2020, he was removed from the 40-man roster in the 2021 season and relegated to the minor leagues.