U.S. media “Ko Woo-Suk and San Diego agree to a two-year, $4.5 million deal”

It was reported that closer Ko Woo-seok signed a two-year contract with the San Diego Padres in the U.S. Major League Baseball (MLB) for $4.5 million and about 5.9 billion won in Korean money.

Trade Lumus, which deals with news about MLB player transfer, quoted a daily New York Post reporter Joel Sherman as saying Ko’s contract period and total amount is two years and $4.5 million.

If Ko Woo-suk, who moved to the U.S. yesterday (3rd), passes a physical examination, the San Diego club is expected to officially announce the contract.

Ko Woo-suk made his professional debut in 2017 wearing an LG uniform, leaving a total of 19-26, 139 saves and a 3.18 ERA until last year.

After the season, he sought to enter MLB through a posting system (closed competitive bidding) with the permission of the LG club, and the U.S. media reported yesterday (3rd), a day before the expiration date of the negotiations, which ended at 7 a.m. on the 4th, that Ko Woo-suk and San Diego agreed to a contract.

The LG club respected Ko Woo-suk’s intention and allowed him to enter the U.S. regardless of the amount of transfer fee he would receive from the MLB team 랭크카지노도메인.

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