Bae Young-bin banned for 1 year for drunk driving…80 hours of community service for failing to report

Infielder Bae Young-bin (23), who was caught driving under the influence of alcohol and hid it, has been suspended for one year and given 80 hours of community service.

The Korean Baseball Organization (KBO) held a punishment committee on the 23rd to decide the punishment for Bae.

“Bae Young-bin caused a social scandal when he was caught driving under the influence of alcohol on the 23rd of last month, and damaged the dignity of the league by not reporting it to his club or the KBO,” 온라인카지노 the KBO said.

The KBO imposed a one-year disqualification for driving under the influence and 80 hours of community service for failing to report.

Article 151 of the KBO’s rules, which governs sanctions for disgraceful behavior, stipulates a “one-year disqualification” if a player’s blood alcohol level is above the level that would revoke his license.

Bae Young-bin had his license revoked after he was caught in a police crackdown on March 23, when he pulled his car out of an alley after drinking in his Seoul home and hired a substitute driver.

His former team, the Lotte Giants, found out about the incident through a source other than the player himself on Nov. 11 and immediately reported it to the KBO’s Clean Baseball Center before releasing him on Nov. 16.

A graduate of Seoul High School and Hongik University, Bae joined Lotte as a developmental player this year and batted .313 (16-for-5) with two doubles, one stolen base and two runs scored in 18 games for the first team. 바카라사이트

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