MLB ‘San Francisco’ Season Farming… ‘Rookie’ Lee Jung-hoo’s ‘Hitting’ Depends on ‘Hitting’

It is predicted that the performance of San Francisco in the U.S. Major League Baseball (MLB) this season depends on the hit of “Rookie” Lee Jung-hoo.꽁머니환전

Recently, MLB.COM introduced key points of 30 Major League teams for the 2024 season. It picked Lee Jung-hoo’s batting average as the key point of success or failure of San Francisco.

In December last year, Lee Jung-hoo wore a San Francisco uniform with a six-year contract period and a total of $113 million through the posting system (closed competitive bidding).

MLB.COM introduced, “San Francisco’s recruitment of superstar Lee Jung-hoo, who recorded a career batting average of 0.340 in the KBO League, is a major contract in the stove league.”

MLB.COM said, “Since Masata Yoshida signed with the Boston Red Sox in 2023, a batter with excellent contact capabilities has entered the Major League for two consecutive years. Attention is focusing on whether Lee Jung-hoo will have the same success as Yoshida at San Francisco.”

“Stimer predicted that Lee Jung-hoo would be in the top 10 in the batting average of MLB,” MLB.COM said. “Stimer is a baseball prediction program of the baseball statistics site FanGraph.COM.”

According to Steamer, Lee has played in 134 games and posted a batting average of 0.291, 11 homers, 54 RBIs, 78 runs scored, and a slugging percentage of 0.354 with an on-base percentage of 0.431. In terms of batting average alone, he ranks 10th overall and 5th in the National League.

Lee Jung-hoo, who left for the U.S. earlier this month, plans to join the San Francisco Spring Camp in Scottsdale, Arizona, after adapting there.

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