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“I’m not surprised at 100 million dollars for Lee Jung-hoo”… America is already paying attention

It’s no surprise that several major league teams are offering Lee Jung-hoo (24, Kiwoom Heroes) a contract worth 100 million dollars (about 130.1 billion won).”

Lee Jung-hoo visited the club’s office on the 19th and announced his intention to go abroad after the 2023 season. As a result, if Kiwoom, his team, permits Lee Jung-hoo’s posting system (private competitive bidding), Lee Jung-hoo can qualify for posting after the next season.

Lee Jung-hoo’s announcement to enter the big leagues is already receiving a lot of attention. The official Major League homepage, ‘’, also reported Lee Jung-hoo’s declaration of overseas advancement as top news. “Lee Jung-hoo’s father is Lee Jong-beom, a KBO legend nicknamed ‘Son of the Wind’. Following his father, Lee Jung-hoo has the nickname ‘Grandson of the Wind.’ ” he wrote.

There is only one year left before going abroad, but while local media are already paying attention to Lee Jung-hoo, sports media ‘Sports Net’ reports that Lee Jung-hoo is as big as Yoshida Masataka (29), who recently signed a posting contract with the Boston Red Sox. It was hoped that a contract could be reached. 토토사이트

The media said, “Lee Jung-hoo has emerged as the best international baseball prospect in recent years by dominating the KBO, and after spending the best season in 2022, he is interested in the big leagues. Although he is not a power hitter, he has a sense and discernment to control the trajectory of the ball this is excellent

He added, “If Lee Jung-hoo comes to the market, it’s no surprise that several teams are offering him a $100 million contract, just as Japanese outfielder Yoshida signed with Boston.”

Lee Jung-hoo had the best year in 2022. Batting average (0.349), on-base percentage (0.421), slugging percentage (0.575) ranked first, and with the most hits (193) and RBIs (113), he won 5 batting crowns (batting average, RBIs, hits, slugging percentage, on-base percentage). He showed off an explosive impact, including being selected as the league MVP and winning the outfielder Golden Glove, establishing himself as the best hitter in the league.