“Let’s Go Giants!” Lee Jung-hoo Reverses Joining Ceremony With English Self-introduction

San Francisco Giants’ new outfielder Lee Jung-hoo made a strong impression at the joining ceremony. Lee Jung-hoo held a joining ceremony at the Oracle Park home team clubhouse in San Francisco, California on the 16th (Korea time).

On the stage with Fahan Zaidi, president of baseball operations, and agent Scott Boras, he said hello after being introduced by Zaidi. Lee Jung-hoo, who opened up saying, “Hello Giants,” was not fluent, but he clearly left his feelings in English.

Introducing himself as “the grandson of the wind in Korea,” he thanked the owner Johnson’s family, Larry Bear, President Fahan Zaidi and Pete Putilla, agent Scott Boras, and his father Lee Jong-beom and mother Jeong Yeon-hee.

He said he has always loved the Bay Area (a name that refers to San Francisco and the surrounding area), and expressed his strong commitment to victory by shouting, “I am here to win.”

“I will always do my best for my colleagues and fans,” he said, ending the greeting with the slogan “Let’s Go Giants!” 에볼루션 바카라사이트

Local reporters who visited the venue welcomed him with applause for his English speech, which he had never expected.

Lee will receive a total of 113 million U.S. dollars for six years at the San Francisco Giants. The opt-out clause is included after the 2027 season.

Starts at $7 million salary in 2024, receives $16 million in 2025, $22 million in 2026, 2027 and $20.5 million in 2028 and 2029. A down payment of $5 million was included.

Lee Jung-hoo is the league’s best hitter in the KBO League, who has been named the Golden Glove 5 times, Rookie of the Year in 2017, and MVP in 2022.

He showed his best performance in 2022 with a batting average of 0.349 OPS 0.996 85 runs scored, 36 doubles, 10 triples, 23 home runs and 113 RBIs.

The 2023 season saw him play only 86 games due to injury, but he batted .318 with 23 doubles, two triples, six homers, 45 RBIs, and 50 runs scored.

In March, he played for the South Korean national team of the World Baseball Classic (WBC) and played with six hits in 14 at-bats, two doubles, and five RBIs.

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