In 2022, Korean professional baseball KBO League rookie king Jeong Cheol-won (24, Doosan Bears) joined the ranks of’billionaires’.
Doosan announced on the 26th that “We have completed contracts with 50 out of 51 candidates for annual salary renewals for the 2023 season.”
Although he joined in 2018, Jeong Cheol-won, who entered the first team last year after completing his military service, signed for 100 million won, up from 30 million won to 70 million won. This Doosan salary renewal contract recorded the highest increase rate of 233.3%. 메이저놀이터
Jeong Cheol-won took the mound in 58 games last year and went 4-3, 3 saves and 23 holds with an ERA of 3.10, and became the rookie of the year.
Infielder Kang Seung-ho stamped at 200 million won, up from 115 million won to 85 million won (73.9%). This is the highest salary on the team.
Kang Seung-ho played in 134 games last year with a batting average of 0.264, an OPS (on-base percentage + slugging percentage) of 0.709, 10 homers, and 62 RBIs.
Starting agent Kwak Bin signed a contract for 140 million won, an increase of 75 million won (115.4%) from 65 million won, becoming the main character of the pitcher’s highest increase.
Kwak Bin appeared in 27 games in 2022 and posted an ERA of 3.78 with 8 wins and 9 losses. In particular, he played the role of a native ace with an average ERA of 2.98 with 5 wins and 2 losses in 11 games in the second half.
Doosan decided to classify pitcher Lee Young-ha, who is on trial for ‘school violence-related’, as an ‘uncontract pending player’ and negotiate next.