“Oh Jae-won generally admits drug charges” … Arrest → Arrested → scheduled to be sent to Korea, how did the second baseman get to this point

Former national second baseman Oh Jae-won (39), who was arrested on charges of drug administration, shocked the baseball world once again by admitting the charges.

An official of the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency said in a regular press conference held on the 25th, ” (Oh Jae-won) is generally admitting to the charges. We will prepare for the repatriation after a little more complementary investigation.”유흥알바

Earlier on the 10th, the police arbitrarily accompanied Oh Jae-won on charges of drug administration with a report from a woman who was with Oh Jae-won. At that time, Oh Jae-won returned home after a simple drug reagent test was negative with the woman who reported it, but he was arrested on the 19th after additional clues from the police were confirmed.

Kim Mi-kyung, a senior judge in charge of warrants at the Seoul Central District Court, issued an arrest warrant after conducting a review on the validity of the warrant for Oh Jae-won, who is suspected of violating the Narcotics Control Act and prescribing by proxy on Monday afternoon. “We may run away,” Kim Mi-kyung said, explaining the reason for her arrest.

Oh Jae-won appeared at the Seoul Central District Court wearing a black mask and tied to the rope on the afternoon of the 21st. He was more competitive than anyone else during his active career and was outspoken in expressing his emotions, but he remained silent on the day to reporters asking when he started taking drugs, whether he bleached his hair and removed it to hide evidence, and whether he had been prescribed sleeping pills on behalf of others.

Born in 1985, Oh Jae-won left Yatago and Kyunghee University and joined the pro league as the 72nd pick in the second round of Doosan Bears’ 9th round in the 2003 rookie draft. Although his nomination ranking was low, he gradually showed his presence by banking on his unique sense of baseball and wickedness, and led the establishment of a dynasty by taking the helm of the team with the appointment of Kim Tae-hyung in 2015.

Oh Jae-won contributed to Doosan’s three wins (2015-2016, 2019), of which he led the team as the captain during the 2015 and 2019 championships, showing off the leadership of the “captain.”

Oh Jae-won’s career record in the 16th season of the professional league is 1,157 hits, 64 hits, 521 homers, 289 RBIs and 289 steals in 1570 games. His career high was in the 2018 season when he hit 313 with 15 homers, 81 RBIs and 15 steals in 132 games.

Oh Jae-won has created a number of great scenes not only at Doosan but also at international competitions. He took the lead in winning the 2014 Incheon Asian Games and the 2015 Premier 12 national team, while the “bat flip” of the Premier 12 Korea-Japan match still remains in the memory of many fans.

On October 8, 2022, Oh Jae-won held a grand retirement ceremony under the consideration of Doosan’s club in the season’s final match against Kiwoom Heroes. The entire team wore a T-shirt to commemorate Oh Jae-won’s retirement before the game, and received retirement photos, uniform frames and bouquets from the club. While a video of Oh Jae-won’s 16-year professional life was broadcast on the electronic display, Oh Jae-won even had time to reveal his retirement in person in front of fans.

At the time, Oh Jae-won said, “I did my best until I made up my mind to retire. I am proud that I practiced two to three times more than others. There is only one player, Kim Jae-hwan, who practices harder than me. I have never had a proper rest since 2009. Thank you for acknowledging that, and at the end, I want to apologize for the poor performance.”

“I want to be remembered as a player who did his best,” he said. “However, I really did my best. I hope you remember that. I sincerely thank Doosan fans for their endless love,” he said.

However, after putting down the bat, Oh completely ignored fans’ infinite love. He started his second career as a commentator, but after raising suspicions over an empty ball game that Samsung Lions allowed SSG Landers Choi Jung, he had an emotional fight with Yang through SNS, and his contract with Spotify was eventually terminated.

It was not the only one. “I hate the Korean express very much. There are more than one or two players who made me fools by commenting once in a while,” Oh Jae-won said, sparking controversy.

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