Professional baseball Kiwoom says goodbye to Lee Jeong-hoo, who is heading to SF “I will always support you”

‘Signboard Star’ The Kiwoom Heroes professional baseball team, which let go of Lee Jeong-hoo (25, San Francisco Giants), said goodbye through social media.On the 15th, the Kiwoom team said, “Congratulations to Heroes’ hero Lee Jeong-hoo on his transfer to San Francisco.”He then wrote, “The time I spent with Lee Jung-hoo was an honor for both the club and the fans,” and “Congratulations on the challenge on a bigger stage and with a new team.”In addition, he concluded, “We will always remember and support Lee Jung-hoo, who made us happy.” The Kiwoom team sent a farewell message with the same content in English.

On this day, the San Francisco club of the Major League Baseball (MLB) officially announced that it had signed a six-year contract with Lee Jung-hoo for a total of $113 million (approximately KRW 146.4 billion).Lee Jung-hoo is scheduled to express his feelings about joining the team through an official press conference at Oracle Park in San Francisco, California, on the morning of the 16th. Kiwoom sent Lee Jeong-hoo, but saw huge profits. He will receive $18.825 million (about 24.4 billion won) in compensation.According to the Korea-US Player Contract Agreement, if a player enters the MLB through the posting system after spending the 7th season in the KBO League, the recruiting club must pay a certain percentage of compensation to the original affiliated team.If the player’s contract amount is less than $25 million, the MLB club pays 20% of the contract amount to the original club. If the player’s contract amount is less than $50 million, the MLB club pays 17.5% of the contract amount over $5 million and $25 million. % is paid to the original club.If the total contract amount exceeds $50 million, the MLB club must pay $9.375 million and 15% 카지노사이트킹 of the amount exceeding $50 million to the original affiliated club.

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