26 January 2024

Kim Do-young, Choi Ji-min, and Lee Woo-sung became the first billion-dollar salary in their lives, Park Chan-ho’s highest salary in non-FA… KIA completes the 2024 salary contract

By pestfood.com

The KIA Tigers have completed their annual salary contracts.

Kia announced on Monday that it has finalized contracts with 46 players who are eligible to renew their contracts for the 2024 season. Among the players who have renewed their contracts, 24 have been raised, with nine on freeze and 13 on cutbacks.

The highest rate of increase in the team became pitcher Choi Ji-min. Choi Ji-min increased 233 percent from his lowest annual salary of 30 million won to 100 million won.

Choi Ji-min played 59 ⅓s in 58 games last season, recording 6 wins, 3 losses, 3 saves, and 12 holds with a 2.12 ERA, playing as a key bullpen agent in the team.

Rookie Yoon Young-chul renewed his contract at 90 million won, up 200 percent from 30 million won. Yoon consistently pitched in rotation as starting pitcher last year, and played 122 ⅔s in 25 games, recording eight wins, seven losses and an ERA of 4.04.

Pitcher Lim Ki-young renewed his contract at 250 million won, up 66.7 percent from 150 million won. Lim has recorded four wins, four losses, three saves, and a 2.96 ERA with 16 holds in 64 games this year.

Infielder Park Chan-ho, who recorded a batting average of .301 for the first time since his debut, renewed his contract at 300 million won, up 50 percent from 200 million won. As a result, Park has become the highest-paid player among non-FA players (excluding foreign players).

Kim Do-young, dubbed the “second Lee Jong-beom,” stamped his stamp at 100 million won, up 100% from 50 million won, and Byun Woo-hyuk at 60 million won, up 25 million won (71.4%) from 35 million won. Kim Do-young hit a batting average of 333 with seven home runs and 25 stolen bases in 84 games, and Byun Woo-hyuk hit 225 with seven home runs in 83 games. 라바카지노도메인

Outfielder Lee Woo-sung signed 130 million won, up 136% from 55 million won, while catcher Han Jun-su renewed his contract at 50 million won, up 19 million won (61.3%) from 31 million won.

Lee Woo-sung received a salary of 100 million won for the first time since his professional debut, while Kim Do-young and Choi Ji-min were listed as hundreds of millions of won in their third year of debut.