Professional baseball Samsung signs a 1+1 year contract with infielder Kang Han-ul worth up to 300 million won

The professional baseball Samsung Lions announced that they signed a contract with infielder Kang Han-ul (32), a free agent (FA).

The contract period is 1+1 years, and the terms are up to 300 million won,

including an annual salary of 250 million won and an option of 50 million won.

Kang Han-ul, a graduate of Wonkwang University, joined the professional ranks in 2014 as a second first round pick by the KIA Tigers.

Since wearing the Samsung uniform as a free agent compensation player in 2017, 카지노사이트 백링크

he has played in 829 games in the KBO League, recording a batting average of 0.268, 574 hits, and 158 RBIs.

Kang Han-wool, who completed the contract, said, “I am grateful to the club for giving me the opportunity to continue working with Samsung.

As I am now in the middle and senior levels,

I will become a player who can communicate well with juniors, do my best in the position the team wants, and repay the support of the fans.” “It is,” he said.

Samsung general manager Lee Jong-yeol said, “The team depth has been strengthened by signing Kang Han-ul,

who has value as an infield all-rounder and left-handed pinch hitter. Above all,

he will play a salt-like role in alleviating the burden on Lee Jae-hyun, who played a large number of games last year.”

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