Park Chan-ho, Ryu Hyun-jin, Yoon Seok-min, Choo Shin-soo, Lee Jung-hoo, Shim Jun-seok

Scott Boras, the clubs who signed Korean customers, are continuing to suffer from “shuttle death.”

The San Francisco Giants signed Lee Jung-hoo for a six-year, $113 million contract ahead of this season.

However, Lee Jung-hoo was out for the first time in 37 games.

Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle said on the 18th (Korea Standard Time), “The Giants said Lee Jung-hoo will miss the rest of the season after undergoing surgery to treat the torn shoulder joint.”

With the bases loaded with two outs in the top of the first inning against Cincinnati on Thursday, Lee said, “Jamer Candelario’s strong ball flew towards the center fence, and center fielder Lee Jung-hoo fast followed the ball. Lee threw himself to catch the ball and hit the fence hard, causing a dislocated shoulder.

Lee Jung-hoo is not the only one.

The Texas Rangers signed Park Chan-ho, Korea’s first major leaguer, to a five-year, $65 million contract at the time.

However, Park was released after causing inconvenience to the Texas Rangers due to frequent injuries. He is still considered one of the most representative players in the Major League.

Texas then signed Choo Shin-soo for a seven-year, $130 million contract, but only three seasons were spent properly.

The Los Angeles Dodgers, which signed Ryu Hyun-jin for six years and $36 million, have not been able to use Ryu for nearly two years.

In addition, the Toronto Blue Jays signed Ryu Hyun-jin for four years and $80 million, but only used it for about a year and a half.

The Baltimore Orioles signed Yoon Seok-min to a three-year, $5.75 million contract.

However, he could not use it in the Major League due to his lack of skills.

Yoon Seok-min started for Triple-A Noferk tights under Baltimore, and was sluggish with 4 wins and 8 losses and 5.74 ERA in 23 games, and was also excluded from the 40-man roster.

The Baltimore Orioles did not invite Yoon to the Major League spring camp. The team also excluded Yoon from the list of Minor League mini-camp teams that are allowed to play in exhibition games.

Eventually, Yoon Seok-min gave up his dream of entering the Major League and returned to the KBO.

The Pittsburgh Pirates signed Shim Joon-seok, who threw a fastball in the mid-to-late 150km/h since his first year of high school, for $750,000.

If Shim Joon-seok had appeared in the KBO rookie draft market, it was certain that he would be the first overall pick.

However, Shim Jun-seok signed an agent contract with Boras and declared his trip to the U.S.토토사이트넷

Pittsburgh had high expectations for Shim. When he joined the team, his ranking was high, and he was ranked 17th among Pittsburgh’s promising players again this year.

Last year, however, Shim only played eight innings in four appearances in the Florida Complex League. He was found to have suffered a thoracic muscle injury and was out for the season as Shim.

This year, he was expected to throw properly, but his shoulder injury hampered him again.

On the home page of the rookie league team under Pittsburgh, where Shim Joon-seok belongs, Shim Joon-seok is listed as injured on the 60th.

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