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Cho Jin ho (baseball)

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Win-Loss  2-6
Role  Baseball player
Name  Cho Jin-ho

Strikeouts  31
Earned run average  6.52
Height  1.90 m
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Cho Jin-ho (Hangul: 조진호; [tɕo.dʑin.ɦo]; born August 16, 1975 in Jeonju, Jeollabuk-do, South Korea) is a professional baseball pitcher who once pitched with the Boston Red Sox.

Cho played parts of the 1998 and 1999 MLB seasons with the Boston Red Sox, pitching in 13 games and recording two wins and six losses with a 6.52 earned run average.

After finishing the 2002 season in the Pawtucket Red Sox (AAA) of the International League, Cho returned to South Korea, signing with the SK Wyverns of the KBO League. Cho had an unsuccessful 2003 with the club and in 2004 was caught in a scheme to dodge military service. He spent several years in prison and non-combat military service before returning to the mound for the Samsung Lions in 2007.

Education

  • Wonkwang University
  • Jeonju High School
  • Jeolla Middle School
  • Jeonju Jinbuk Elementary School
  • References

    Cho Jin-ho (baseball) Wikipedia


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