“Lee Jung-hoo is not the end.” San Francisco, which hasn’t closed its wallet yet, is recruiting big names. “I want additional star power.”

The San Francisco Giants, which recruited Lee Jung-hoo (25), did not give up their desire to strengthen their power. They are still chasing the big names that remain in the market.월카지노

“San Francisco, which missed Shohei Otani and Yoshinobu Yamamoto, is still hunting for big games in the FA market to add star power to the squad list,” Major League Baseball’s official website MLB.com said on the 28th (Korea time).

Earlier, San Francisco signed a six-year, $113 million contract with Korean fielder Lee Jung-hoo.

Lee Jung-hoo’s total contract amount is the highest among Korean players who went directly to the Major League through the posting system. The previous record amount was 36 million dollars for six years as Ryu joined the LA Dodgers in 2013.

According to local media, San Francisco will use Lee Jung-hoo as a leadoff and center fielder.

Although Ohtani and Yamamoto were lost to the Los Angeles Dodgers, Lee Jung-hoo is San Francisco’s biggest harvest to date.

The San Francisco Giants will not stop there. According to MLB Network John Hayman, the San Francisco Giants will start recruiting big players who remain in the market, including starting pitcher Blake Snell, third baseman Matt Chapman, and outfielder Cody Bellinger.

MLB.com said, “San Francisco has hired center fielder Lee Jung-hoo, but it is considering upgrading it in terms of offense. Chapman is most likely.”

Others have been linked with San Francisco Giants. Suzanne Slough of the San Francisco Chronicle mentioned the possibility of reuniting with pitcher Sean Manaea.

John Morosi said San Francisco is also interested in Shota Imana, a Japanese left-hander.

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