In the end, all big market clubs are interested. Following the San Francisco Giants, the Los Angeles Dodgers and Boston Red Sox also came.
Major League clubs are showing increasing interest in Kiwoom Lee Jung-hoo, who announced that he would advance to the major leagues. On the 7th (Korean time), Kiwoom Spring Camp is being held at Salt River Field in Scottsdale, Arizona, USA.
Unlike LG Camp, which is a 7-minute drive from Kiwoom Camp, and Hanwha Camp, which is 40 minutes away토토사이트, there are special sights that can only be seen at Kiwoom Camp. It is the major league club scouts who are watching Lee Jung-hoo’s batting scene.
On the 7th, the eyes looking at Lee Jung-hoo increased even more. In addition to the San Francisco scouts, who have been stamping their attendance since the 3rd, scouts from the Los Angeles Dodgers and Boston Red Sox have also joined forces.
On this day, a total of 5 people gathered to watch Lee Jung-hoo: 2 scouts from San Francisco, 2 scouts from Dodgers, and 1 scout from Boston.
The Dodgers and Boston came for the first time on this day. Two Dodgers scouts filmed Lee Jung-hoo’s batting training with Trackman equipment, not a regular camera. It is interesting to see if the Dodgers, where Ryu Hyun-jin (Toronto) played from 2013 to 2019, will once again take an active stance in recruiting star players in the KBO League.
Boston Scouts responded to reporters’ questions. He said, “I live in Scottsdale,” and “I plan to watch Lee Jung-hoo for two days on the 7th and 8th.” Afterwards, he plans to watch the Korean WBC team’s practice game in Tucson.
Salt River Field is Arizona’s spring camp facility. Arizona provides Kiwoom with a ballpark used by major league players and a locker room for minor league players. It is because he is interested in Lee Jung-hoo and provides convenience, while being able to observe Lee Jung-hoo’s every move comfortably and easily.
Even if Lee Jung-hoo’s agent, Scott Boras, doesn’t move in earnest, major league clubs are interested in Lee Jung-hoo from spring camp. The first to move were the big market clubs.