Lee Jeong-hoo, who became a ‘giant’, entered San Francisco at the ceremony “Hello, Giants”

 Lee Jeong-hoo (25), who signed a huge contract with the San Francisco Giants, held his first event as a ‘big leaguer’.Lee Jeong-hoo was the star of the first event he held after realizing his dream of becoming a major leaguer.San Francisco held an induction ceremony for Lee Jeong-hoo at Oracle Park in California on the 15th (local time).Lee Jung-hoo received a hat and uniform with ‘SF’ crossed out from San Francisco club president Farhan Zaidi. The uniform had the number 51, which Lee Jeong-hoo wore with the Kiwoom Heroes of the KBO League, emblazoned on it. Lee Jeong-hoo, who was the hero of Kiwoom in the Korean professional baseball team, became a giant in San Francisco.

“Hello Giants, my name is Jeong-hoo Lee (Hello, I’m Jeong-hoo Lee),” Jeong-hoo Lee began in English, then continued in English, “Thank you to the family of the owner of the San Francisco team and my agent, Scott Boras, who recruited me. I am also thankful to my father and mother. I am happy that my dream of playing in the Major League has come true. I came here to win. “Let’s go Giants,” he said with a flushed expression.When wearing the San Francisco uniform, he showed his composure by asking “Handsome?”Former LG Twins coach Lee Jong-beom, a Korean professional baseball legend and Lee Jung-hoo’s father, and mother Jeong Yeon-hee also attended the induction ceremony and looked at their son 스포츠토토존 with a flushed expression.

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