Byung-Hyun Kim

San Francisco Giants #0 - Pitcher

  • Born: 01/19/79
  • Age: 35
  • Height: 5-9
  • Weight: 175

Byung-Hyun Kim Still Playing Baseball!


I'm not sure why, but I decided to do a Google search for Byung-Hyun Kim today. You remember him, right? He had a Hall of Fame memorable regular sub-par stint with the Boston Red Sox from 2003 to 2004, during which he saved 16 games. Well, BK is still pitching, as the internet happened to tell me.

This Day In Diamondbacks History: May 29


Overall: 4-8 - Home: 0-4 - Road: 4-4 1999: Byung-Hyun Kim, the youngest player in the Majors at the time, recorded a save in his Major League debut, preserving an 8-7 win for the Diamondbacks over...

Did Texas Err in Leaving Uehara Off World Series Roster?


Has the Rangers decision to remove Koji Uehara from the World Series roster already backfired?

Theo's Best: Trades: Number Five


What are the best trades Red Sox GM Theo Epstein has ever made? We're counting down! Here's number five.

The Diamondbacks and Saves: A Blast From the Past


Check out the history of Diamondbacks closers compared with the leagues best over the years...

Jonathan Papelbon Was The Red Sox's Best Reliever Of The Decade


Breaking down the 10 best relief pitching performances of the decade.

Byung-Hyun Kim Won't Play in WBC


Why? Because he lost his passport. That's it. No other reason. I'm sorry we never got to see Kim pitch for the Pirates, not only because I loved his delivery, but also because he too is an...

Thursday Mets Meanderings


I think I mentioned the other day that AA would be converted to the new SBNation platform this Thursday (i.e. today). Well, I apparently lied, as the site isn't getting flipped until Saturday. If...

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