Lee Jeong-hoo, who hasn’t even made his MLB debut, was selected as a ‘baseball player to watch’ in the SF region

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Jeong-hoo Lee (25, San Francisco Giants), who has not yet made his debut in Major League Baseball (MLB), was selected as one of 15 baseball players to watch in the Bay Area, which encompasses San Francisco and Oakland. . The San Francisco local newspaper ‘San Francisco Chronicle’ introduced Lee Jeong-hoo as the 14th baseball player to watch this year on the 13th (local time).

The San Francisco Chronicle said, “It is not yet known what kind of performance the Giants’ new center fielder, who was called ‘the grandson of the wind’ in Korea, will perform,” but added, “He is an old school defender with excellent athletic ability and lively bat skills, and is excellent at hitting the bat with the ball.” “I know that he is a good hitter in the true sense of the word,” he said. San Francisco succeeded in strengthening its outfield by giving Lee Jung-hoo a large six-year contract worth a total of $113 million.

The newspaper introduced Scott Boras, Lee Jung-hoo’s agent, as second place and said, “Boras, who has already sent Lee Jung-hoo to San Francisco, has the remaining four big free agents: Cody Bellinger, Matt Chapman, Blake Snell, and Jordan Montgomery. “He ordered additional power reinforcement in San Francisco. Fans of the Oakland Athletics, San Francisco’s neighbors and a team that is leaving Oakland for Las Vegas at the end of this season, were the first to be mentioned.

The newspaper criticized the Auckland team, saying, “Auckland fans, who had a historically miserable season last year with 112 losses due to the owner’s self-harm, showed tremendous mental strength and drive,” and “Auckland fans are predicting more protests this year as well.” .

Targeting Auckland team owner John Fisher, he demanded, “We should donate 5,000 tickets to children and schools for each game and lower parking lot prices to say goodbye to Aucklanders one last time. Instead of hiding, come out and congratulate us. “In addition, the newspaper mentioned Farhan Zaidi, president of San Francisco’s baseball division, new head coach Bob Melvin, team ace Logan Webb, and Buster Posey, a club legend and member 카지노사이트킹 of the owners’ group after retirement, as among the 15 notable baseball figures.

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