Can Go Woo-seok return to Korea next year?

Go Woo-seok is currently playing in the U.S. minor leagues, but when will he be called up to the major leagues, and could he return to Korea next year?

After winning the Korean Series last year with the LG Twins, Ko signed a two-year, $4.5 million guaranteed contract with the San Diego Padres in the U.S. Major League Baseball after the season. He will earn $1.75 million this year, $2.25 million in 2025 and a $500,000 buyout. He has a mutual option for a $3 million extension in 2026.

Go Woo-seok’s agent, Lee Yerang, a representative of Rico Sports Agency, recently traveled to the United States to meet with Go Woo-seok. “I went to see him last week, and he was doing well,” said Lee, who visited Jamsil Stadium, where the KIA-LG game was played on Sept. 9. Go Woo-seok is adjusting to life in the U.S. and is trying to show good pitching at Triple-A Jacksonville.

He is hoping for a major league call-up at the end of July, when there is a lot of movement of players, including trades. “I’m hoping for a call-up at the end of July,” Lee said. Miami is a seller in the trade market because it is in last place in the National League East. There is a possibility that bullpen arms could be traded.

The Miami Herald recently reported that Miami could trade relievers, including closer Tanner Scott. Andrew Nady, Calvin Forsythe, and Declan Cronin were mentioned as potential trade candidates.

As of Sept. 9,

Closer Scott is 6-5 with a 1.42 ERA in 37 games with 13 saves. He is considered the No. 1 trade target. Nady is 1-1 with a 4.72 ERA in 42 games with nine saves, Forsythe is 2-1 with a 3.55 ERA in 32 games with eight saves, and Cronin is 1-2 with a 3.35 ERA in 31 games with two saves.

As for the possibility of returning to LG next year, Ko hasn’t thought about it yet. He hasn’t even contacted LG. Lee said, “I have a two-year contract until next year. My priority is to do well in the rest of this season and challenge the major leagues,” he said, 온라인카지노사이트 adding that he hasn’t had any contact with LG.

He has a guaranteed salary of $2.25 million next year and a minor league veto. If he doesn’t make his major league debut this year, he can try again in spring training next year. If Go Woo-seok returns to the KBO, he will have to sign with LG. He still has one year left on his contract with Miami, but if he wants to return to Korea, he could opt out of his contract and come back. In the past, Yoon Seok-min and Park Byung-ho have canceled their remaining contracts to return to Korea.

Go struggled in San Diego’s spring training and didn’t make the opening day roster.

He started the season at Double-A San Antonio. In 10 appearances, he went 2-2 with a 4.38 ERA, one save, and one hold.

But in early May, San Diego sent him to Miami in a four-for-four trade to acquire two-time batting champion Luis Araez from the Miami Marlins.

After the trade, Koo was assigned to Triple-A Jacksonville, Miami’s affiliate. In 16 appearances for Jacksonville, he is 2-1 with a 4.29 ERA. His last two starts in July have been disappointing as he has allowed home runs in back-to-back games.

In 26 minor league games, including Double-A and Triple-A, he is 2-2 with one save and two holds, with a 4.32 ERA, 11 walks, 29 strikeouts, a .289 batting average, and a 1.44 WHIP.

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