Police have applied for an arrest warrant for Oh Jae-won

Police have applied for an arrest warrant for former national infielder Oh Jae-won.

The Gangnam Police Station in Seoul announced on Tuesday that it has applied for an arrest warrant for former Doosan Bears infielder Oh Jae-won on suspicion of violating the Narcotics Control Act.

It was previously reported that Oh Jae-won was investigated for drug-related offenses after a woman he was with reported that he had been caught with drugs on Oct. 10, but he strongly denied the allegations. At the time, a simple drug test came back negative. After further confirming the clues of Oh Jae-won’s drug use, the police issued an arrest warrant on the 19th and secured his custody.

Meanwhile, Oh Jae-won began his professional career with Doosan in 2007 after graduating from Yatap Go and Kyung Hee University. He played in 1571 games in the first team until 2022, batting .266 with 1,052 hits, 64 home runs, 521 RBIs, 678 runs scored and 289 stolen bases.

He won his first title in 2011 with 46 stolen bases and completed a career-high season in 2018, batting .301 with 148 hits, 바카라사이트 15 home runs, 81 RBI, 78 runs scored and 15 stolen bases in 132 games.

After retiring from the game,

He worked as a fashion model and SPOTV commentator. He also became a fashion model and a commentator for SPOTV, where he caused controversy when he took the commentary microphone.

He was criticized for publicly sniping at San Diego Padres special advisor Chan Ho Park and Samsung Lions pitcher Yang Chang-seop. On one YouTube channel, he publicly criticized Park Chan-ho, the “Korean Express,” and was criticized for his commentary by saying that Yang Chang-seob threw an empty ball when he was hit by a pitch.

Since hanging up the commentary microphone following the controversy, he has been running baseball classes in Mocher, Seoul.

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