Lee Jung-hoo, a batter from the KBO League who signed a contract with the San Francisco Giants, a prestigious major league club, at their home stadium, Oracle Park, on the 16th (Korean time). A press conference was held to join the team. Lee Jeong-hoo, who entered the major league through the posting system as a member of Kiwoom Heroes, signed a huge contract worth more than 147.3 billion won in Hanwha with a total of $113 million for six years (including opt-out after four years). This is the highest treatment ever among contracts transferred from the KBO League to the Major League.헤라카지노
After passing the medical test on the 15th, the San Francisco team announced the signing of Lee Jung-hoo through an ‘official’, and Lee Jung-hoo also announced his decision to join San Francisco through his personal SNS. .
After the San Francisco club announced Lee Jung-hoo’s contract as ‘official’, the first thing they did was change the main photo of the club’s official SNS account to Korean. When you log into the current San Francisco team account, the first thing that catches your eye is the text “Giants.” This is a Korean cover containing a warm welcome to Lee Jeong-hoo.
Next, the account was ‘wallpapered’ with posts covering stories from Lee Jung-hoo’s press conference about joining the team. In the post in which Lee Jeong-hoo expressed his feelings about joining the team, saying, “I am truly honored that a club with a long history like the Giants chose me,” he responded with the message, “We are honored to be with you.”
Even in San Francisco, Lee Jeong-hoo wears his uniform number 51, which he always wore at Kiwoom. On this day, prior to the induction ceremony, the San Francisco team raised expectations by releasing a short video of the production of Lee Jung-hoo’s uniform with the initials ‘J H LEE’ engraved on it, and Lee Jung-hoo attended the press conference wearing an ivory home uniform. Before the press conference officially began, he put on his uniform and hat, grabbed the microphone, and showed his wit by asking reporters, “Are you handsome?” The San Francisco team also commented on Lee Jeong-hoo’s joke, saying, “I asked the most important question.” At the press conference after joining the team, Lee Jeong-hoo said, “As a fan who has watched the Major League since I was young, San Francisco It is a club with a long history and many legendary players. “I’m glad you were chosen by this historic team,” he said. He continued, “I can tell you that the ankle surgery has resulted in a 100% recovery. “I think I have to show a good performance next year for the sake of the people who helped me during my rehabilitation period,” he said. He continued, “I am still young. I think my prime has not yet arrived because I am young. I think I can develop my skills here. “I will strive to become a player who can always bring victory to our team, and I am ready to do whatever I can to help the team win,” he said, conveying his firm determination to San Francisco fans.