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Immediately ranked first in SF salary... The team's ace and FA's

‘Grandson of the Wind’ Lee Jeong-hoo (25), who signed a ‘huge contract’ with the San Francisco Giants of the US Major League Baseball (MLB), immediately rose to the top of the team’s salary rankings.

According to multiple American media outlets today (the 13th), Lee Jung-hoo agreed to a 6-year contract with San Francisco for $113 million (KRW 148.4 billion). He even included an opt-out clause that would allow him to apply for free agency after four years regardless of the remaining contract.

This is the largest amount ever paid among all KBO League players who advanced to MLB through big league posting (private competitive bidding). The previous highest contract was Ryu Hyun-jin (36)'s six-year, $36 million contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2013. Kim Ha-seong (28) of the San Diego Padres signed a four-year, $28 million contract in 2021.

In particular, Lee Jung-hoo is expected to become the highest paid player in the San Francisco club with this contract.

According to American baseball statistics site Fangraph.com, San Francisco's highest average annual value (AAV) title is held by outfielder Michael Conforto (30), a central hitter acquired as a free agent, and right-hander Logan Webb (27), the team's ace. . Both players have an AAV of $18 million. Once the contract is confirmed, Lee Jung-hoo's average annual salary will be $18,833,333, making him the highest paid player, just surpassing these two players.

Even in terms of total score, Lee Jeong-hoo is TOP 1 on the team. Currently, the first place in terms of total value is Logan Webb, who signed a five-year, $90 million contract extension starting next year, and the second place is outfielder Mitch Haniger (33), who is signing a three-year, $43.5 million free agent contract from this year to 2025. This is a passage that shows how much San Francisco expects from Lee Jeong-hoo.

Initially, Lee Jung-hoo's contract was expected to be worth 50 to 90 million dollars. Last year, Japanese outfielder Masata Yoshida (30) signed a five-year contract with the Boston Red Sox worth $90 million, which was expected to be similar to or slightly lower than this level.

Yoshida was the top hitter in the Japanese league, recording a batting average of 0.326, an on-base percentage of 0.419, a slugging percentage of 0.538, and an OPS (on-base percentage + slugging percentage) of 0.957 over seven seasons. He also had a batting average of 0.289, 15 home runs, 72 RBI, 8 stolen bases, and an OPS of 0.783 in 140 games in the major leagues this year. San Francisco expected that Lee Jeong-hoo could achieve better results than Yoshida.

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