LG Meets Agent on the 22nd, Ko Woo-seok Posting ‘Accepted’…a reasonable amount premise

LG General Manager Cha Myung-seok said in a phone call with this newspaper on the 22nd, “I told Ko Woo-suk to post first.” Ko Woo-suk was informed of the MLB club’s identity check on the 15th, and whether he posted or not surfaced. The request for identification check is a preliminary procedure for overseas clubs before recruiting Korean players. Ko Woo-seok, who debuted in 2017, is eligible for posting by completing the “seven years of registration in the first division” at the end of this season.

On the 17th, Cha Myung-seok, the general manager of Ko Woo-seok’s agent (Rico Sports Agency), confirmed the player’s intention to advance overseas. After internal discussions, it was concluded that the posting was accepted on the 21st and met again with the agent on the morning of the 22nd to share the related information. The posting is carried out, but it is expected that the contract will continue only when a reasonable amount (transfer fee) is released. Cha Myung-seok, the general manager, said, “When the amount (posting) comes out, we decided to coordinate with the players.” “I can’t send it for a few hundred thousand dollars,” he said.

Ko Woo-suk is the best closing pitcher in the KBO League. He was called “Post Oh Seung-hwan” and became the youngest player in the league to achieve 40 saves (24 years, 1 month and 21 days), becoming the first relief king (42 saves). As an LG player, he surpassed 100 saves for the third time in his career after Kim Yong-soo in 1991 and Bong Jung-geun in 2015.

This season, he showed ups and downs due to minor injuries, but helped him win the Korean Series. His season record is 3-8, 15 saves, 3.68 ERA (44 innings). The overall KBO league record is 19 wins, 26 losses, 139 saves and an ERA of 3.18 in 354 games. 온라인카지노

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