Lee Jung-hoo, who declared the MLB challenge, joins hands with ‘The Devil’s Agent’ Boras

Lee Jung-hoo (Kiwoom Heroes) joins hands with a super agent.

New York Post major league columnist John Heyman said on social media on the 25th (Korean time), “Korean professional baseball MVP Lee Jung-hoo has hired Boras Corporation (represented by Scott Boras). Outfielder Lee Jung-hoo will be 25 years old after next season. I will become a free agent (FA).”

Scott Boras is the best agent in the major leagues and is well known to domestic fans for signing contracts with Korean players such as Ryu Hyun-jin, Choo Shin-soo, and Yoon Seok-min. Boras drew attention by signing Japanese outfielder Masataka Yoshida (Boston Red Sox) to a five-year, $90 million contract in the Stove League. He also made a series of difficult contracts, such as signing Shintaro Fujinami, who had been sluggish in Nippon Professional Baseball (NPB) with 12 wins over the past five years, to the Oakland Athletics. 메이저사이트

Meanwhile, on December 19 last year, Lee Jung-hoo officially announced his intention to challenge the major leagues. Lee Jung-hoo, who won 5 crowns in the batting category in the 2022 season and won the league MVP, will be qualified for the posting system after the 2023 season. If you fill the number of free agency compensation days at various international competitions to be held this year, you can even become a free agent.

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