“I am an NC man for the rest of my life.”
Pitcher Drew Luczynski (34) said goodbye. On the 27th, he conveyed his heart through the club’s official YouTube channel. “Unfortunately, we will not be able to be together in Changwon and Masan in 2023, but I really want to say thank you,” said Luchinski, “I want to thank the front staff and coaches. They supported me, gave me opportunities, and made me who I am today. Thank you,” he said.
He also did not forget to encourage his teammates. “It was really fun playing with his teammates,” Luchinski said. I will really miss you. I will cheer for you everywhere and I will find and watch the game. I wish everyone success and hope to keep in touch. I hope to do well this season as well.” Finally, he added, “I will be a member of NC for the rest of my life.”
Luchinski played an active role as NC Ace for four years from 2019 to last year. He went 53-36 with a 3.07 earned run average in 121 games. After his last season, he turned his attention to the Major League Baseball (MLB) stage. He signed a 1+1 year, $8 million contract with the Oakland Athletics and returned to the States.