The size of the contract has been revealed…Ko Woo-suk Agrees $2.5 Million With San Diego

Joel Sherman of the New York Post said on Thursday (Korea Standard Time) that Ko has agreed to a two-year deal worth 4.5 million dollars with San Diego. After the 2023 season, Ko declared his bid for the Major League through the posting system. LG gave conditional approval. He was determined not to let Ko go at a cheap price. 온라인경마<

The deadline for Ko’s posting was 7 a.m. on Friday in Korean time. He did not spend time in San Diego until the deadline. The New York Post’s John Heyman reported on Thursday that Korean right-hander Ko Woo-suk is about to sign a contract with the San Diego Padres.

However, the contract size is smaller than what Ko and LG initially drew. Despite this, Ko did not give up on his dream of Major League Baseball, and LG decided to support his dream.

LG said on the 3rd, “Go Woo-seok recently received an offer from a major league club according to the posting process, and decided to send the offer to a major league team that has been sent out in respect of the player’s will,” adding, “Go Woo-seok left for the U.S. today to proceed with the contract, including a medical test.”

Ko Woo-suk took a medical test and boarded a flight to the U.S. to stamp the contract. In the process, the specific contract size was reported. Sherman announced that San Diego and Ko Woo-suk agreed to a two-year deal of $4.5 million.

Meanwhile, if Ko wins the contract, he will remain the first bullpen pitcher in the KBO League to directly move to the Major League through the posting system. He is the seventh player in the Korean pro baseball history to join the Major League after Ryu Hyun-jin, Kang Jung-ho, Park Byung-ho, Kim Kwang-hyun, Kim Ha-sung and Lee Jung-hoo.

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