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Where will Lee Jeong-hoo go?

The New York Yankees, a prestigious American major league team that was unable to play fall baseball this year in fourth place in the world, is preparing for next season by forming a lineup of heavy hitters. So where will Lee Jeong-hoo (25) go?

U.S. ESPN reporter Jeff Passan reported the news on the 6th (Korean time), “The Yankees have acquired Alex Verdugo from the Boston Red Sox.” Instead, the Yankees sent right-handers Richard Pitts, Greg Weister, and Nicholas Giudice to Boston.

A day later, on the morning of the 7th, quoted a source as saying, “The possibility of a trade between the Yankees and San Diego is very high. “The Yankees are recruiting Soto.” According to John Heyman of the New York Post, only details such as medical tests remain, so an official official from the club is expected to be released soon.

If this is the case, is there a chance for Lee Jung-hoo to join the Yankees? The Yankees needed outfield reinforcement this offseason, and Lee Jung-hoo is reportedly a candidate for that.

ESPN recently looked at Lee Jung-hoo, saying, “A five-year contract worth 81.8 billion won is possible with the Yankees.” The media said, “This season, he only hit 6 home runs in 86 games. “It was not good in 2023, with the season ending in July due to an ankle injury,” he said. “He was the KBO MVP in 2022 with a batting average of .349, an on-base percentage of .421, and a slugging percentage of .575. He also posted an OPS above .900 for three consecutive seasons from 2020 to 2022. “In addition, he is also a hitter with a career batting average of .344,” he noted.

I thought Lee Jung-hoo would satisfy the Yankees' needs. However, the Yankees came close to signing Soto, a hitter with a career 160 home runs. Soto debuted in the big leagues in 2018 and played for Washington before wearing a San Diego uniform during the 2022 season. He played in 770 career games and posted a batting average of .208, 4 ERA, 160 home runs, and 483 RBIs.

This season, he posted a batting average of .277, 5 runs, 35 home runs, and 109 RBIs in 162 games. He can lead a powerful offense with Yankees outfield slugger Aaron Judge (37 home runs this year). He is a hitter capable of hitting double-digit home runs in a season. He hit 57 home runs in seven big league seasons, hitting 10 or more in the last three seasons in a row. A powerful outfield was formed with Verdugo, Judge, and Soto.
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