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Kim Jae-bak was born on 23 May, 1954 in South Korea, is a player. Discover Kim Jae-bak's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 69 years old?

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Age 69 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 23 May, 1954
Birthday 23 May
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Nationality South Korea

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He left the Unicorns after the 2006 season for his original franchise, the LG Twins. At the time, his ₩1.55 billion contract was a record for a manager or coach. Kim managed the LG Twins from 2007 to 2009, but without the success he had with the Unicorns.


Kim was a coach on the Gold Medal-winning South Korean national team at the 2002 Asian Games. He managed the South Korean national team which won a Bronze Medal in the 2006 Asian Games. Kim served as the hitting coach for the third-place South Korean team in the 2006 World Baseball Classic.


After his retirement, Kim was immediately hired by the Dolphins as a senior coach, in which position he served from 1993 to 1995. In 1996, the franchise, now known as the Hyundai Unicorns, hired Kim as the team's manager. Kim led the Unicorns to the Korean Series in his first year, but the team lost the series to the Haitai Tigers. The Unicorns finished first in the KBO League in 1998, eventually winning the franchise's first championship. Kim's Unicorns team won the championship three more times, in 2000, 2003, and 2004.


In 1990, the Cheongryong became the LG Twins, and immediately won the Korean Series, with Kim as the starting shortstop. After a couple of down years for Kim, in 1990–1991, however, he was encouraged to retire by the Twins. After indicating he wished to continue playing, however, he was traded to the Pacific Dolphins in 1992. After another poor year, he retired after the '92 season.


In 1982, Kim was called up to the South Korea national baseball team for the 1982 Amateur World Series (the predecessor to the Baseball World Cup), held in his home country. Kim led Team Korea to its first championship in the event, and was named to the tournament's All-Star team at shortstop.

Kim was already 28 years old when the KBO League was formed in 1982. He was a speedy leadoff hitter for the MBC Cheongryong, winning the KBO League Golden Glove Award five times as the league's premier shortstop, from 1983 to 1986, and also in 1989. He led the league in stolen bases with 50 in 1985, and in runs scored in 1986 with 67.


Kim was a legendary amateur player, starting in high school, when his Daegwang High School team won the inaugural Bonghwang High School baseball tournament in 1971. In 1977, Kim led the South Korean amateur league in seven offensive categories — batting average, home runs, RBI, runs, stolen bases, on-base percentage, and slugging. He was on the South Korean team that won the Silver Medal at the 1981 World Games.


Kim Jae-bak (Hangul: 김재박; born May 23, 1954 in Seoul, South Korea) is a South Korean former professional baseball shortstop and manager. Nicknamed the "Ground Fox," he batted and threw right-handed. He played ten seasons in the KBO League, for the MBC Cheongryong/LG Twins from 1982 to 1991, and for the Pacific Dolphins in 1992. As manager of the Hyundai Unicorns from 1996 to 2006, he guided the team to four Korean Series championships.