Go Woo-seok greets San Diego fans in English at Petco Park, “Hello Padres”

Fastball reliever Ko Woo-seok (25), who signed with the San Diego Padres just before the deadline for the MLB posting system (private competitive bidding), stood at his home stadium, Petco Park, wearing a new uniform.On the 5th (Korean time), the San Diego team posted a video of Go Woo-seok greeting fans while visiting Petco Park in San Diego, California, on their social networking service (SNS) account. Ko Woo-seok, wearing a white striped San Diego uniform top, smiled and said in English, “Hello Padres, my name is go. Nice to meet you.”He then expressed his determination in Korean, “I am so happy to meet you, and I will work hard for the remaining period of time so that I can show a good side of myself.”

Go Woo-seok hurriedly passed the physical examination ahead of the negotiation deadline the previous day and signed a big league contract worth up to $9.4 million for 2+1 years.He is guaranteed $4 million for two years, and if the club exercises the option depending on his performance, he will receive $3 million in the third year.If the contract period is extended to three years, you can receive up to $9.4 million, including $2.4 million in options.If the club does not exercise the option after two years, Go Woo-seok will receive a buyout amount of $500,000 in the form of a farewell and become a free agent.Ko Woo-seok will compete with former Japanese professional baseball save king Yuki Matsui and right-hander Roberto Suarez for the closer position 무료슬롯게임 at the spring training camp held in Peoria, Arizona, in mid-February.


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