KT Wiz’s Park Young-hyun has hit the salary jackpot

KT Wiz’s “hold king” Park Young-hyun has hit the salary jackpot.

KT announced on Nov. 31 that it has finalized salary contracts for the 2024 season with 64 of the 65 players who were eligible for re-signing, excluding outfielder Song Min-seop. Among them, both the club’s highest percentage increase and the highest increase went to Park Young-hyun, who played in a must-win group last season.

Park, who was drafted in the first round in 2022, appeared in 52 games in his rookie year with a 1-0 record and a 3.66 ERA. Last year, he emerged as a key member of KT’s pitching staff. In 68 appearances on the mound, he went 3-3 with four saves and a 2.75 ERA in 32 appearances. He led the team in holds and won his first title.

Young-hyun Park, who received military service benefits after winning gold with the Hangzhou Asian Games team, 온라인카지노 will take on the role of fireman after Kim Jae-yoon, who was the backup until last year, moved to Samsung.

“I’m very excited for this season. “

“Of course, I’m embarrassed that there’s been so much talk about me being the next KT closer, but I hope I’m the one to take the job. It’s been my dream to play that role, and I need to prepare better for it,” he said honestly.

Park added, “I think being a closer is much easier than being a set-up man. You have a lot of time to prepare, so you can prepare perfectly. As a middle reliever, you don’t know when you’re going to go out in the fifth, sixth, seventh, or eighth inning, but as a closer, you only have to close one inning in the ninth. It’s a lot of pressure, but I think I’ll be fine.”

Park Young-hyun, the No. 0 fireman this season, re-signed for 160 million won, a 162.3 percent increase from last year’s salary of 61 million won.

Son Dong-hyun, who impressed in last year’s playoffs against NC, also signed for 120 million won (140% increase), up from 50 million won last year. 바카라사이트 순위 Son completed a career-high season last year with an 8-5 record, one save, 15 holds and a 3.42 ERA in 64 games.

Outfielder Moon Sang-chul signed for 110 million won, a 96.4 percent increase from his 56 million won salary last year, marking his first billion-dollar contract and the highest increase for a non-free agent. Outfielder Kim Min-hyuk (KRW 240 million) also received a KRW 90 million increase, the highest increase for a non-FA player.

Kang Baek-ho was frozen at 290 million won, the same as last year, and Choi Min-joon signed for 220 million won, a 31.3 percent cut.

Meanwhile, the team will continue contract negotiations with outfielder Song Min-seop.

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