At the inauguration ceremony, KBO’s new president Heo Gu-yeon earnestly asked the players to “specially observe the 4 things you must never do (Drunk driving, match-fixing, sex crimes, drug use) as prohibited items.”

But a strange thing happened. The KBO selected Choi Ji-man (Pittsburgh Pirates), 슬롯사이트 who was suspended for 50 games by the MLB Secretariat for drug use in 2014, as the WBC Korea

representative .

If so, Choi Ji-man should not be selected for the national team.

Would you say that it does not apply because it happened before President Heo took office?

If so, An Woo-jin’s ‘academic violence’ also occurred before President Heo took office. But Woo-jin An was excluded from the national team.

Or , Is it because it’s been 8~9 years ago, so it’s been too long?

An Woo-jin’s ‘school violence’ also occurred 5-6 years ago.

If Woo-jin An doesn’t work, then only Choi shouldn’t be. Is it

because drug use and ‘school violence’ have different types of crimes? ?

Then, why did President Heo include drug use as one of the 4 B ?I

‘m not pointing out the injustice of Ahn Woo-jin’s withdrawal from the national team.It means that the same standard should be applied to Choi Ji-man.If it’s

neither this nor that, there is only one answer. 슬롯사이트 It is because Choi Ji-man is a major leaguer.

Can a major leaguer become a national representative even if he takes drugs? This is discrimination against KBO leaguers.

Choi Ji-man didn’t take drugs in the KBO league?

So, did Oh Seung-hwan gamble overseas while playing in the KBO League? Still, he participated in the WBC wearing the Taegeuk mark.

The problem is the ‘double standard’ of who is and who is not.

President Heo, please answer! Why was Choi Ji-man selected for the national team? Shouldn’t the Republic of Korea’s national team be a ‘virtuous man’ with no flaws?

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