Lim Chan-gyu signs 4-year 5 billion won contract
News of the quiet professional baseball free agent (FA) contract came out 20 days later.
Right-handed pitcher Lim Chan-gyu (31), who helped the LG Twins win the championship, will pitch at Jamsil Stadium in Seoul again next year.
LG announced on the 21st, “We signed a contract with FA Lim Chan-gyu for a 4-year contract period and a total of 5 billion won.” 먹튀검증사이트
The down payment is 600 million won, the guaranteed annual salary is 2 billion won, and the incentives total 2.4 billion won.
Lim Chan-gyu said, “I am happy that I can continue to wear the proud striped uniform as a member of Elin (LG+Children).
I did not think about other clubs. I wanted to continue to be an LG player, and I am grateful to the club for giving me a good contract.”
He then said, “I think we were able to achieve the best results this season thanks to the fans who passionately supported us,” and pledged
We will produce good results next year and the year after so that the fans can always smile.”
Lim Chan-gyu joined LG in 2011 and recorded 298 games, 65 wins, 72 losses, 8 saves, 5 holds, and an average ERA of 4.62 until this year.
In the 2023 season, he performed well with 14 wins, 3 losses, and an average ERA of 3.42.
LG also announced that it has completed a free agent contract with Korean Series Most Valuable Player (MVP) Oh Ji-hwan
who agreed to a six-year extension contract before the season.
Oh Ji-hwan, who qualified as a free agent after completing this season, agreed to a six-year, multi-year contract worth 12.4 billion won with LG before the start of the season.
LG emphasized that it was an extension contract instead of saying it was a non-FA multi-year contract, and as Oh Ji-hwan applied for free agency after the season
it was revealed that LG’s move was aimed at protecting the player from being lost to another club in the second draft.
This took advantage of a loophole in FA regulations.
According to the details released on this day, Oh Ji-hwan will receive a contract deposit of 5 billion won
an annual salary of 5 billion won, and incentives of 2.4 billion won for six years starting next year.
The Hanwha Eagles also announced that they signed a contract with free agent pitcher Jang Min-jae (33) for a 2+1 year contract for a total of 800 million won.
Jang Min-jae is guaranteed 400 million won for two years and can receive an additional 100 million won in options. When his two-year contract period ends
he can continue to wear the Eagles uniform on the condition of receiving an annual salary of 200 million won and an option of 100 million won depending on his performance.
Jang Min-jae, who joined Hanwha in 2009 and debuted in the first team the following year
is a veteran who only played for the Eagles and played a big role in the starting and middle positions.
His career records are 34 wins, 53 losses, 4 holds, and an earned run average of 5.19.
Minjae Jang said, “I am happy to be able to play with the Hanwha Eagles next season as well,” and added
I am grateful to be able to stand in front of our fans who always support us so generously.”
It has been 20 days since Yang Seok-hwan (Doosan Bears) signed a free agent contract in the Stove League this winter on the 1st of this month.
Of the 19 players in this free agency market, 8 completed contracts, including Jeon Jun-woo (Lotte Giants), Ahn Chi-hong (Hanwha)
Ko Jong-wook (KIA Tigers), Kim Jae-yoon (Samsung Lions), and Yang Seok-hwan.