“There’s Ryu Hyun-jin”. A rapid current to Boston? When the Japanese left-hander misses out, he appears as an alternative candidate

“Korean Monster” Ryu Hyun-jin (37) is emerging as an “alternative” for left-hander Shota (31), a former Japanese national team player.

Imana’s attempt to advance to the Major League, which had attracted much attention, is heading for the “last episode.” Only the final gateway to his contract with the Chicago Cubs is left.

Bob Nightingale of USA Today said on his SNS account on the 10th (Korea Standard Time), “The Chicago Cubs signed Japanese left-hander Shota Imanaga. Imanaga is leaving a medical test.” 안전 슬롯사이트

As a result, the Cubs will conduct Imanaga’s medical test in Chicago on the 11th and hold a press conference on the 13th if Imanaga passes the medical test.

It is not known exactly what terms he agreed with the Cubs. However, he is expected to earn more than 15 million U.S. dollars a year and signed a multi-year contract. “Imanaga and the Cubs have agreed on a multi-year contract and have reportedly signed an annual average of 15 million dollars,” said John Morosi of “MLB Network.”

Imanaga is a player who received the attention of major league clubs to the extent that rumors of a $100 million contract have circulated. ESPN, a U.S. sports media outlet, surprised everyone by saying in December last year, “Major League teams hope to sign a contract similar to Senga Kodai, who signed a five-year, $75 million contract with the New York Mets, but sources predicted that Imanaga could win a contract close to $100 million.” As such, the competition among major league clubs to recruit Imanaga was fierce, and the ransom was forced to rise naturally.

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