VIDEO: Former Cardinals and Blue Jays Closer Seung Hwan Oh Records 400th Career Save

Former MLB closer Seung Hwan Oh recorded his 400th career save.
Former MLB closer Seung Hwan Oh recorded his 400th career save.

The KBO continues to play on while MLB can't figure out how to get back on the field, but at least we have some familiar names are part of teams in South Korea. Seung-Hwan Oh is a name some may remember after stints with the St. Louis Cardinals, Toronto Blue Jays and Colorado Rockies. The closer's best work has come in KBO and he achieved a career milestone recently by recording his 400th professional save.

This marked save No. 278 in KBO. He had 42 in MLB and 80 during his time in Japan. That's quite the career for the 37-year-old.

Only six MLB closers have earned 400 saves. Oh's feat is rare and should be celebrated. While he had limited success in MLB, he has made himself a legend in South Korea with the Samsung Lions.