Go Woo-seok, who entered San Diego Petco Park, “Hello Padres!”

San Diego’s first greeting in English through social media, conveying his determination to come “I will come in good shape”

Go Woo-seok (26), who succeeded in advancing to the U.S. Major League Baseball (MLB), gave his first greeting to fans at Petco Park, the home stadium of the San Diego Padres.

The San Diego team released Go Woo-seok’s video through its official social network service (SNS) account on the 5th (Korean time). Go Woo-seok said in English, “Hello Padres, my name is go.” “Nice to meet you,” he said, and expressed his determination, “I’m so glad to meet you, and I will spend the remaining time working hard to show you a good image.”

Go Woo-seok, who was selected in the first round of the 2017 KBO rookie draft and joined the LG Twins, appeared in a total of 354 games and recorded 19 wins, 26 losses, 6 holds, 139 saves, and an ERA of 3.18. He reigned as the league’s top closing pitcher with 35 saves in 2019 and 30 saves in 2021, and was crowned the save king for the first time in his career with 42 saves in the 2022 season. 카지노사이트

Despite struggling with injuries and poor performance last year, Go Woo-seok appeared in 44 games, pitched 44 innings, and achieved a record of 3 wins, 8 losses, 15 saves, and an ERA of 3.68.

Go Woo-seok, who knocked on the big league door through the posting system (private competitive bidding) after the end of the season, achieved his dream. On the 4th, he signed a contract with San Diego for a 2+1 year contract and up to 9.4 million dollars (about 12.32 billion won).

Go Woo-seok will receive $4.5 million (about 5.9 billion won) for two years, and when the option is exercised in 2026, the contract size increases to $7 million (about 9.17 billion won) for three years. When incentives based on the number of games played are added, the total amount rises to a maximum of $9.4 million (about 12.32 billion won). Additionally, the contract includes a minor league veto in 2025.

Go Woo-seok is expected to play a part in San Diego’s bullpen in the 2024 season. Local media, including MLB.com, are mentioning Japanese pitcher Yuki Matsui and right-handed relief pitcher Robert Suarez as candidates for San Diego’s closer, along with Go Woo-seok. 카지노사이트

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