US media “Lee Jung-hoo signs 6-year, 14.84 billion won contract with San Francisco”

Lee Jung-hoo (25, Kiwoom Heroes) has hit the ‘jackpot’. It is reported that a mega contract of ‘14.84 billion won’ has been signed.
John Heyman, a reporter from the New York Post, wrote on his personal SNS on the 13th (KST), “Lee Jung-hoo is going to the San Francisco Giants. 온라인카지노
The contract is for six years, $113 million (14.84 billion won), with an opt-out clause after four years,” he said.

The contract averages 18.83 million dollars (24.7 billion won) per year.
Lee declared himself eligible for the major leagues prior to this season and filed for post-season posting (sealed competitive bidding).

He had until Jan. 4 of next year to negotiate with major league teams.
So far, San Francisco, the San Diego Padres, the New York Yankees, and the New York Mets have all shown interest in Lee.
The fact that he is still only 25 years old with seven years of professional experience was attractive.
The son of former Elsie Twins coach Lee Jong-beom, Lee Jung-hoo is also known as the “grandson of the wind” and was named the KBO’s Most Valuable Player (MVP) in 2022.

In seven seasons, Lee has a .340 batting average, .407 on-base percentage, .491 slugging percentage, 65 home runs, 515 RBIs, 69 doubles, and 581 runs.

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