Kim Ha-sung, are you really having a meal with Lee Jung-hoo…SF Media “The number one task is to reinforce shortstop and bring in KIM”

The San Francisco Chronicle, a local media outlet in San Francisco, claimed on the 23rd (Korea Standard Time) that “Kim Ha-sung should be recruited as a trade” in an article that points to San Francisco’s next task of recruiting Lee Jung-hoo.

After investing a huge amount of 113 million U.S. dollars to Lee Jung-hoo, San Francisco participated in the recruitment battle for Japanese luxury right-hander Yoshinobu Yamamoto but lost money games with other big market clubs, including the Los Angeles Dodgers and the New York Yankees. According to sources, Yamamoto reportedly turned down San Francisco’s offer. With the loss, San Francisco missed out on the two biggest players in the stove league, Shohei Ohtani (LA Dodgers) and Yamamoto.

However, local media did not criticize the club and accepted the result together. The San Francisco Chronicle reported, “Don’t blame Farhan Zaidi for missing Otani and Yamamoto. The club made huge blockbuster offers to both players, but neither of them came to San Francisco. They had in mind a club that could win right away and a stadium in a big city. All were beyond the control of the Giants.”

Despite missing two big fish, efforts to strengthen the team’s capacity will likely not stop. The team desperately needs to strengthen its starting lineup and shortstop parts. “San Francisco still has an opportunity to build a rotation that can maintain its competitiveness. Blake Snell, Corbin Burns (trade), Marcus Stroman, and Adm. Montgomery still remain interesting options,” the media said.

“It was a great start to recruit Lee Jung-hoo. In addition, Cody Bellinger and Matt Chapman are among the players who can make significant upgrades,” Zaidi said. “Zaidi should also make reinforcement of shortstop his top priority. We need to consider recruiting Willie Adames or Kim Ha-sung for a trade. Zaidi is still in a position to give hope to Giants fans,” Zaidi said. 온라인경마

This is not the first time that Kim Ha-sung is traded. San Diego, which invested a large amount of money in recruiting superstars in recent years, is trying to reduce its size due to financial difficulties.

San Diego has decided to reduce its annual salary to less than $200 million next year, and has already sent high-paid players Juan Soto and Trent Grisham to the New York Yankees. On top of that, Kim Ha-sung, who will become a free agent after the next season, is also considered a trade target.

If Kim Ha-sung moves to San Francisco in a trade, he will be in the same team with Lee Jung-hoo following his time with the Heroes. Kim Ha-sung and Lee Jung-hoo are best friends, and it was Kim Ha-sung who helped Lee Jung-hoo the most in his major league challenge.

Lee Jung-hoo responded positively to playing with Kim Ha-sung on the U.S. stage, saying, “I don’t know what will happen because there are many major league teams, but it would be great to play in the same team again.”

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