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Goodbye to Lee Jung-hoo, who goes to Kiwoom and SF in professional baseball…

The Kiwoom Heroes, a professional baseball team that sent “sign star” Lee Jung-hoo (25, San Francisco Giants), said goodbye on social media.

Kiwoom club said on the 15th, “Heroes hero Lee Jung-hoo, congratulations on your transfer to San Francisco.”

“The time I spent with Lee Jung-hoo was an honor for both the club and the fans,” he wrote, “Congratulations on the bigger stage and the challenge in the new team.”

In addition, he said, “I will always remember and support Lee Jung-hoo, who made us happy.”

Kiwoom sent the same farewell message in English.

On the same day, the San Francisco Club of the U.S. Major League Baseball (MLB) officially announced that it signed Lee Jung-hoo for a six-year contract and a total of $113 million (about 146.4 billion won).

Lee Jung-hoo will 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 Jung-hoo, but he saw a huge profit. He will receive $18.8225 million (about 24.4 billion won) in compensation.

According to the Korea-U.S. player contract agreement, if the team enters MLB through the posting system after spending its seventh year in the KBO League, the recruited team will have to pay a certain percentage of compensation to the original team.

If the player’s contract amount is less than $25 million, the MLB club pays 20% of the down payment to the original team, and if it is less than $50 million, the MLB club pays 17.5% of the amount exceeding $5 million and $25 million to the original team.

If the total amount of the contract exceeds $50 million, MLB clubs will have to pay $9.375 million and 15% of the $50 million excess to their original clubs. 토토


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