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Shim Jeong-soo (born May 5, 1975) is a former South Korean professional baseball outfielder who played for the Hyundai Unicorns of Korea Baseball Organization.

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  • Shim Jeong-soo (born May 5, 1975) is a former South Korean professional baseball outfielder who played for the Hyundai Unicorns of Korea Baseball Organization.
  • Shim Jeong-soo (born May 5, 1975) is a former South Korean professional baseball outfielder who played for the Doosan Bears, the Hyundai Unicorns, and the Samsung Lions of the KBO League. A power hitter, Shim's teams won the Korean Series five teams — once with the Bears, twice with the Unicorns, and twice with the Lions. In fact, Shim's teams won four consesutive KBO championships from 2003 to 2006. Shim's 328 career home runs rank him 6th all-time in the KBO.
  • Shim Jeong-soo (born May 5, 1975) is a former South Korean professional baseball outfielder who played for the Doosan Bears, the Hyundai Unicorns, and the Samsung Lions of the KBO League. A power hitter, Shim's teams won the Korean Series five teams — once with the Bears, twice with the Unicorns, and twice with the Lions. In fact, Shim's teams won four consecutive KBO championships from 2003 to 2006. Shim's 328 career home runs rank him 6th all-time in the KBO.
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  • Shim Jeong-soo (born May 5, 1975) is a former South Korean professional baseball outfielder who played for the Hyundai Unicorns of Korea Baseball Organization.
  • Shim Jeong-soo (born May 5, 1975) is a former South Korean professional baseball outfielder who played for the Doosan Bears, the Hyundai Unicorns, and the Samsung Lions of the KBO League. A power hitter, Shim's teams won the Korean Series five teams — once with the Bears, twice with the Unicorns, and twice with the Lions. In fact, Shim's teams won four consesutive KBO championships from 2003 to 2006. Shim's two best seasons were in 2002 and 2003 for the Unicorns. In 2002, he belted 46 home runs with 119 RBI to go along with a .321 batting average and 101 runs. He topped that in 2003 when he hit. 335 with 53 home runs and 142 RBI, leading his team to the Korean Series championship. Shim finished second in home runs and RBI in both 2002 and 2003 to the Samsung Lions' Lee Seung-yuop, but was given a KBO League Golden Glove Award both seasons. Shim led the KBO in walks in 2003 with 124, and with 89 in 2005. He led the league in home runs and RBI in 2007, with 31 and 101 respectively. Shim's 328 career home runs rank him 6th all-time in the KBO.
  • Shim Jeong-soo (born May 5, 1975) is a former South Korean professional baseball outfielder who played for the Doosan Bears, the Hyundai Unicorns, and the Samsung Lions of the KBO League. A power hitter, Shim's teams won the Korean Series five teams — once with the Bears, twice with the Unicorns, and twice with the Lions. In fact, Shim's teams won four consesutive KBO championships from 2003 to 2006. Shim's two best seasons were in 2002 and 2003 for the Unicorns. In 2002, he belted 46 home runs with 119 RBI to go along with a .321 batting average and 101 runs. He topped that in 2003 when he hit. 335 with 53 home runs and 142 RBI, leading his team to the Korean Series championship. Shim finished second in home runs and RBI in both 2002 and 2003 to the Samsung Lions' Lee Seung-yuop, but was given a KBO League Golden Glove Award both seasons. Shim led the KBO in walks in 2003 with 124, and with 89 in 2005. He led the league in home runs and RBI in 2007, with 31 and 101 respectively, winning his third Golden Glove. Shim's 328 career home runs rank him 6th all-time in the KBO.
  • Shim Jeong-soo (born May 5, 1975) is a former South Korean professional baseball outfielder who played for the Doosan Bears, the Hyundai Unicorns, and the Samsung Lions of the KBO League. A power hitter, Shim's teams won the Korean Series five teams — once with the Bears, twice with the Unicorns, and twice with the Lions. In fact, Shim's teams won four consecutive KBO championships from 2003 to 2006. Shim's two best seasons were in 2002 and 2003 for the Unicorns. In 2002, he belted 46 home runs with 119 RBI to go along with a .321 batting average and 101 runs. He topped that in 2003 when he hit. 335 with 53 home runs and 142 RBI, leading his team to the Korean Series championship. Shim finished second in home runs and RBI in both 2002 and 2003 to the Samsung Lions' Lee Seung-yuop, but was given a KBO League Golden Glove Award both seasons. Shim led the KBO in walks in 2003 with 124, and with 89 in 2005. He led the league in home runs and RBI in 2007, with 31 and 101 respectively, winning his third Golden Glove. Shim's 328 career home runs rank him 6th all-time in the KBO.
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