Yongmago’s Jang Hyun-seok signs with the Dodgers to challenge for the US Major Leagues

Yongmago Jang Hyun-seok, who challenged the U.S. Major League Baseball, has joined the Los Angeles Dodgers.

“Jang Hyun-seok has signed a contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers for a signing bonus of $900,000,” Jang’s agent, Rico Sports, 토토사이트 announced on September 9.

Jang said, “I am honored to join the prestigious Dodgers. I will work hard to become a better player as they have chosen me,” Jang said.

One of the biggest names in high school baseball this year, Jang Hyun-seok chose to go straight to the U.S. for the big leagues instead of entering the KBO Draft. By signing with the Dodgers, 스포츠토토 he took the first step toward his dream of playing in the major leagues.

The Dodgers are very familiar to Korean fans. Park Chan-ho, the “Korean Express,” and Ryu Hyun-jin, the “Korean Monster” (Toronto Blue Jays), made their big league debuts in Dodger uniforms.

Meanwhile, 스포츠토토맨 Jang Hyun-seok is scheduled to hold a press conference to join the Los Angeles Dodgers at the Seoul Dragon City Hotel on April 14.

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