The first Korean Series winning coach, coach Kim Yeong-deok, dies

Former manager Kim Young-deok, who won the Korean Series in the first year of the KBO League, passed away. 온라인바카라

On the 21st, the bereaved family delivered that director Kim Young-deok passed away due to Suk-hwan. He is 87 years old. Coach Kim Young-deok, who tasted his first championship as the head coach of the OB Bears (predecessor of the Doosan Bears) in the first KBO League in 1982, is known as a person who put a lot of effort into setting the foundation for professional baseball in its early days.

Born in Kyoto, Japan in 1936, coach Kim Young-deok played for the Nankai Hawks (predecessor of the Softbank Hawks) and played an active role as a pitcher (1956-1963). acted as

After retiring from Hanil Bank, he immediately took on the managerial position and served as the head coach of Jangchung High School and Cheonan Bukil High School. After leading the OB for two years, he went through the Samsung Lions and took on the role of head coach at the founding team Binggrae Eagles (predecessor of the Hanwha Eagles), raising his strength in a short period of time. Later, he served as a pitching instructor for the LG Twins, and then coached the second team for two years from 1997 to 1998.

Coach Kim Young-deok led 1,207 games as a professional baseball command tower, recording 707 wins, 20 draws and 480 losses with a win rate of 0.596. The remains are enshrined at Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, and the mortuary was prepared in Room 3 of the funeral hall of the same hospital. His funeral is at 10:30 am on the 25th.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *