The San Francisco Giants have signed KBO star outfielder Jung Hoo Lee to a six-year, $113 million deal with an opt-out after four years. Lee recently transitioned to the big leagues after spending seven seasons with the Kiwoom Heroes in Korea. Despite being underrated, Lee is a standout player with a great skill set. While concerns were raised about his free agency posting due to an ankle injury, he has shown resilience and is ready to make an impact in the major leagues. At just 25 years old, Lee is still growing and developing as a player, making him a valuable addition to the Giants’ outfield. This signing marks a significant move for a team that has had difficulties in acquiring star free agents. With Lee on board, the Giants are expected to make more impactful moves in the coming winter.
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