Professional baseball Kiwoom recruits new foreign left-handed pitcher Heysus

Professional baseball team Kiwoom Heroes announced on the 17th that it had recruited Enmanuel de Jesus (27, Venezuela) as a new foreign pitcher.The conditions include an annual salary of $600,000 plus $200,000 in options, for a total of $800,000.Haysus joined the Boston Red Sox of the American Major League (MLB) in 2014 and spent nine seasons playing in minor league clubs such as Boston, San Francisco Giants, and Miami Marlins before entering the big league in Miami this year.However, he appeared in only two games, pitched 6⅓ innings, and left with an ERA of 11.37 with no wins or losses. Instead, in the minor league, he showed competitiveness with a total of 178 games, 49 wins, 45 losses, and an ERA of 4.01.

At the World Baseball Classic (WBC) held in March this year, he participated as a representative of Venezuela and pitched against Israel.Hasus, who is 190cm tall and has a sturdy physique weighing 93kg, throws a slider, curve, and changeup at a maximum speed of 150km/h.The Kiwoom club said, “We will operate the game stably not only with a fast ball pitch, but also with the ability to control speed and pace,” and “We also have experience (in the minor league) with the Automatic Strike System (ABS), which will be introduced in the KBO League next year.” “I look forward to quick adaptation,” he said.Heysus said, “I am grateful for the opportunity to start anew in Korea. I have high expectations. “I will prepare to join in the best possible condition and 카지노사이트킹 become a player who can contribute to Kiwoom’s victory next year,” he said.

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