‘Entering MLB’ Go Woo-seok, “Hello Padres” at Petco Park Return home on the morning of the 6th

Go Woo-seok signed a 2+1 year contract with the San Diego Padres on the 4th.

Go Woo-seok (26), who signed a 2+1 year, up to $9.4 million (approximately KRW 12.3 billion) contract with the Major League Baseball (MLB) San Diego Padres, will return to Korea on the morning of the 6th.

Go Woo-seok’s agent, Ricoh Sports Agency, announced on the 5th, “Go Woo-seok is scheduled to enter the country through Incheon International Airport on the morning of the 6th.”

The San Diego team released a video of Go Woo-seok through its official social network service (SNS) account on this day.

Go Woo-seok wore his uniform at San Diego’s home stadium, Petco Park, and gave greetings to fans and his determination for the season in English and Korean.

He said in English, “Hello Padres, my name is go.” “Nice to meet you,” he said, and then added, “It’s nice to meet you and I’ll do my best to show you a good side of myself.” I will do my best to come back in good shape during the remaining period. Good luck throughout the season,” he said.

Go Woo-seok, who entered the professional ranks in 2017, led the LG Twins to victory in the Korean Series last year and then looked to advance to the major leagues, and signed a 2+1 year contract with San Diego on the 4th.

If Go Woo-seok spends the basic two years and plays in San Diego for one more year in the 2026 season, he will receive $3 million (about 3.9 billion won). If the extension contract option is not exercised, San Diego must pay Go Woo-seok $500,000 (about 700 million won). In short, he can receive up to $9.4 million (approximately 12.3 billion won). 파워볼사이트

Go Woo-seok played for the LG Twins for seven seasons, pitched in a total of 354 games, and recorded 19 wins, 26 losses, 6 holds, 139 saves, and an ERA of 3.18.

He has been in charge of the LG Twins’ tailgate since 2019, his third year as a professional, and has appeared in a total of 354 games, recording 19 wins, 26 losses, 139 saves, 6 holds, and an ERA of 3.18. In 2022, he ranked first in the save category (42 saves). did.

Fangraph.com, an American baseball statistics site, predicted on the 5th, “Koh Woo-seok will play in 62 games in the 2024 season, play 62 innings, and record 3 wins, 3 losses, 11 holds, 3 saves, an ERA of 3.83, and 72 strikeouts.”

FanGraphs.com did not project Ko Woo-seok as a closer, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t have a chance. This is because Josh Hader, who made 165 saves in his major league career, left the team ahead of the 2024 season, and San Diego currently has no clear closing pitcher.

MLB.com predicted that Go Woo-seok will compete with Yuki Matsui and Robert Suarez, who have a total of 236 saves in Japanese professional baseball, for the position of San Diego’s closing pitcher in the 2024 season. 슬롯사이트

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