Doosan Chung Cheol-won signs a contract for 100 million won, up 233.3%… Lee Young-ha uncontract suspended
Professional baseball Doosan (President Jeon Poong) announced on the 26th that it had completed contracts with 50 out of 51 candidates for annual salary renewals for the 2023 season.
Infielder Kang Seung-ho, who hit a double-digit home run for the first time in his debut last year, stamped his mark at 200 million won, up 85 million won (73.9%) from 115 million won. This is the highest salary on the team. Kang Seung-ho recorded a batting average of 0.264, OPS (on-base percentage + slugging percentage) of 0.709, 10 homers, and 62 RBIs in 134 games last year, keeping second base.
Kwak Bin signed for 140 million won (115.4%), an increase of 75 million won from the previous 65 million won, achieving the highest increase for a pitcher. He went 8-9 with a 3.78 earned run average in 147.2 innings in 27 games last season. In particular, he was very active with an average ERA of 2.98 with 5 wins and 2 losses in 11 games in the second half.슬롯사이트
The highest rate of increase was taken by pitcher Jeong Cheol-won, who won the KBO Rookie of the Year award last season.
Jeong Cheol-won recorded an average ERA of 3.10 with 4 wins, 3 losses, 3 saves and 23 holds in 58 games last year, his debut season for the first team. He set a new record for the most holds in the KBO debut season and signed a contract for 100 million won, up from 30 million won to 70 million won (233.3%).
Pitcher Hong Kun-hee, who played an active role as Pil Seung-jo, stamped for 300 million won, and pitcher Kim Myung-shin for 145 million won.
Meanwhile, pitcher Lee Young-ha is classified as uncontracted and plans to negotiate later. Lee Young-ha was indicted by the prosecution in August of last year on charges of school violence in high school, and the trial is currently underway.