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# LEE JUNG-HOO’S LIBERATION DIARY OF 9 KBO TEAMS ‘GOODBYE, DON’T COME’ Lee Jung-hoo (25), one of the best hitters in the KBO League, has left for the Major League. Having played seven seasons in the KBO until this season, Lee has qualified for posting and decided to settle in San Francisco after negotiations. The total amount of his contract is 113 million U.S. dollars for six years, which is much better than expected. **[카지노사이트탑](https://www.casinositetop.com)** The news of Lee Jung-hoo’s transfer is welcome from the standpoint of the other nine teams except Kiwoom. He will do the same because Lee Jung-hoo has been the most difficult hitter in the league for the past seven years. Lee Jung-hoo, who won the Rookie of the Year with a batting average of 0.324 with two home runs and 47 RBIs in 2017, the first year since his debut, lacked slugging power, but made all teams’ batteries difficult with his elaborate batting sense and excellent pioneering eyes. When he won the MVP award last year, he garnered 23 home runs, developed into a complete hitter with no weaknesses, and left for the U.S. [Lee Jung-hoo](https://casinositetop.bcz.com/2024/03/17/pittsburgh-shim-jun-seok-ranked-18th-among-team-prospects/) was a difficult hitter who treated all teams the same regardless of opponent teams. He posted a total batting average of 0.340 and an OPS of 0.898 in the KBO, but his record in matches with the nine teams also showed little difference from his personal records. Among them, Samsung is definitely the team that welcomes Lee’s transfer. Lee had a career-high 0.379 eight homers and 66 RBIs against Samsung, and his on-base percentage was over 0.451 and OPS was over 100,000 (1.005). The team that blocked Lee with minimal damage was NC. Lee recorded the lowest among the nine teams with a batting average of 0.323 with a on-base percentage of 0.380 with an on-base percentage of 0.847. This just means that he blocked Lee relatively well, and NC often got into trouble when it met Lee. This representative case showed that there was no correlation between left-handed pitchers and left-handed hitters. Another pitcher who failed to display his strong spirit in front of Lee is Samsung, and Choi Chae-heung. Lee Jung-hoo faced Choi with a batting average of 0.667 (14 hits in 21 times at bat), five doubles, and one home run and three triple, respectively. His slugging percentage alone reached 1.143, while OPS posted a whopping 1.779. On the other hand, the pitcher who effectively targeted Lee was the “Aesthetics of Slowness” [SSG Park Jong-hoon](https://65e146d0751d2.site123.me/blog/professional-basketball-sk-and-cheong-kwan-jang-face-off). Lee faced Park 35 times and recorded a batting average of 0.242 (8 hits in 33 times at bat). However, Park showed very weak performance against Kim Ha-sung, who left for the Major League first, with a batting average of 0.472 (17 hits in 36 times at bat).