“Nagoya Born-Lee Jong-beom’s son signed a great deal.” Lee Jung-hoo, who is happy to see Il-ho, goes to SF

Lee was born in Japan when his father Lee Jong-beom was playing for the Chunichi Dragons of the Japanese pro baseball league. Perhaps that’s why even in Japan, Lee and San Francisco are happy about their huge signing.

Many media outlets, including MLBcom and CBS Sports, reported on the 13th (Korea time), “The San Francisco Giants signed an opt-out (FA declaration after breaking the contract) with Lee Jung-hoo for six years and $113 million (about 148.6 billion won).”

Lee’s total amount is about three times that of Ryu Hyun-jin at 36 million dollars for six years and Kim Ha-sung at 39 million dollars for four years. This is the highest record among KBO players, including foreign players.

She also beat former Japanese star players. She outperformed Seiya Suzuki’s five-year 85 million-dollar salary, Masataka Yoshida’s five-year 90 million-dollar salary, and Kodai Senga’s 75 million-dollar salary. 스포츠토토

Meanwhile, Japan is also showing keen interest in Lee’s move to San Francisco. “Lee was born in Nagoya in 1998 when his father, Ichiro of Korea, Lee Jong-beom, played for the Chunichi Dragons. Then, he signed a huge contract with San Francisco on the day,” the Japanese media Sponichi Nex said, referring to Lee’s birth.

“Lee was a fast-footed left-handed hitter who won both Rookie and MVP awards in the Korean professional baseball. He also played for the Korean national team at the World Baseball Classic in March this year,” Lee said.

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