‘Grandson of the Wind’ Local media and clubs also showed great interest in Lee Jeong-hoo (25) joining the Major League Baseball San Francisco Giants.On the afternoon of the 15th (local time), more than 100 people, including club officials and local media, attended the Lee Jung-hoo induction ceremony held at the Oracle Park clubhouse in San Francisco, California, the home stadium of the San Francisco Giants, showing great interest.

At the induction ceremony, which lasted about 40 minutes, the local media answered Lee Jung-hoo’s questions by asking him about 30 questions.’How did you get the nickname Grandson of the Wind?’, ‘If you run with your father, who is faster?’ He also showed interest in his father, Lee Jong-beom. Reporter Mark Dulucci of local media outlet FanNation, who met at the induction ceremony, said, “I learned about Lee Jung-hoo after finding out that the Giants team manager went to Korea to see him early this year,” and added, “His father’s nickname is ‘ He said, “I know that he is the son of the wind,” and that Lee Jeong-hoo is the “grandson of the wind.”At the same time, he said, “Lee Jeong-hoo is a hitter who signed the largest contract in recent years with the San Francisco Giants (6 years total $113 million),” and added, “As such, expectations are bound to be high.”NBC Sports reporter Taylor Worth also said, “Lee Jung-hoo is young, fast, and a 카지노사이트킹 very good hitter. He added, “SF signed a large contract for the first time in several years.”

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