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Boras meets Lee Jung-hoo's expectations with 148.4 billion won a

Super agent Scott Boras also led the deal.

The official website of the U.S. Major League Baseball (MLB) announced on the 13th, "Lee Jung-hoo, former KBO League MVP, has signed a contract with the San Francisco Giants. The contract period is 6 years and he will receive $113 million (about 148.4 billion won)."

San Francisco is a prestigious team in the MLB West Division. Lee Jeong-hoo, who followed his father's lead in dominating the KBO league, begins his new challenge.

In addition, the amount of 148.4 billion won far exceeds expectations. In addition, it is the largest amount exceeding 6 years and 36 million dollars, which was the largest amount among players who entered the MLB with Ryu Hyun-jin's previous posting. 

In addition, Lee Jeong-hoo also included an opt-out right that allows him to exercise his free agency rights without signing the remaining two years of the contract after signing a four-year contract. If Lee Jeong-hoo performs well, he can sit on another money cushion after four years, and if not, he can extend the contract period for two more years.

Of course, Lee Jung-hoo dominated the KBO league, but it is true that there were elements of anxiety in the MLB market. However, the super agent he entrusted with the contract, Scott Boras, handled it fantastically and achieved a great deal.
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