Boras, who gave 90 million dollars to a 35 million dollar player… Lee Jeong-hoo, will you take care of more than 100 million dollars?

Lee Jung-hoo joined hands with agent Scott Boras.

Boras is called ‘the devil’ by the clubs and ‘angel’ by the players.

Boras is a negotiator. He persistently bites the club’s weaknesses and stretches them out.

Thanks to Boras, there are many players who have made more money than expected.

Korean players also benefited from Boras a lot. Park Chan-ho signed a five-year, $65 million contract with the Texas Rangers. At the time, $65 million was a staggering amount. 안전놀이터

However, Texas was tricked by Boras. Park Chan-ho became a ‘eating and running’ in Texas.

Following this, Ryu Hyun-jin signed a contract for 6 years, 36 million dollars (LA Dodgers) and 4 years, 80 million dollars (Toronto Blue Jays). It was a case where Boras’ negotiating power stood out.

Choo Shin-soo also signed a seven-year, $130 million contract with Texas thanks to Boras. I didn’t hear the sound of ‘eating and running’, but from Texas’ point of view, it was evaluated as a loss-making investment.

Attention is now focused on what kind of gift Boras will give Lee Jung-hoo.

Boras paid Japan’s Masataka Yoshida for five years and $90 million.

Most MLB experts point out that the Boston Red Sox “overpaid.” There were many evaluations that he was a $35 million to $50 million player
. Scouts had similar opinions.

It was the result of Boras’ dazzling tongue.

The lid has to be opened, but many say that he is inferior to Seiya Suzuki, who signed a five-year, $85 million contract with the Chicago Cubs.

In any case, Yoshida was excited. He is thanks to Boras.

Judging from Yoshida’s example, Boras is likely to ask Lee Jung-hoo for five years and $100 million.

Lee Jung-hoo is the best hitter the KBO boasts. He is also good at defense. He is evaluated as being able to work even if he comes to the major leagues right away.

He has lost his face somewhat due to the Carlos Correa scandal, but since Lee Jung-hoo does not have the same injury history as Correa, he is likely to be able to attract the best contract for a Korean player from the KBO.

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