Ko Woo-suk, less than Yuki Matsui, is expected to sign a contract

KBO said on the 5th (Korea Standard Time) that it was notified by the MLB Secretariat that it had announced its intention to post Lee Jung-hoo and Ko Woo-seok to 30 MLB clubs.

St. Louis Cardinals, where Oh Seung-hwan played, is watching Ko Woo-suk. Derek Gould of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch said on the 6th that St. Louis is considering recruiting relief pitchers Ko Woo-suk and Matsui Yuki in the international FA market. 메이저 토토사이트

“I met with St. Louis officials to discuss relievers. They are weighing the trade with the FA, and there is a high possibility that two FA players will be recruited,” Gould explained.

The U.S. local community expects Ko Woo-suk’s contract to be not very high. MLB Trade Lumus (MLBTR) reported that St. Louis is targeting Phil Maiton (Houston Astros), Yuki Matsui (Rakuten Golden Eagles), and Jordan Hicks (Toronto Blue Jays).

Referring to Gould, the MLBTR reported that St. Louis Cardinals’ Ko Woo-suk is also under discussion. MLBTR stated, “Ko has to decide whether to sign with a MLB club or stay in Korea. He is not expected to sign a contract of the same level as Maiton or Matsui. And it will certainly not be up to Hibs.”

Matsui Yuki is a left-handed relief pitcher. He played for the Rakuten for 10 years, recording 25 wins, 46 losses, 76 holds, 236 saves, and an ERA of 2.40. He was the youngest player in the Japanese professional baseball history to achieve 200 saves, and the first to achieve 30 saves for six consecutive years in the Pacific League, and declared his overseas expansion.

Meanwhile, the LG Twins made it clear that they conditional permission for Ko to go overseas. “We have decided to allow Ko to challenge for posting in the Major League,” LG said. “We have decided to make a final decision with the player after the amount of posting money is released.”

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