Samsung Won Tae-in stamped for 430 million won Highest amount excluding free agents

Samsung starting pitcher Won Tae-in is fighting in the professional baseball ‘2023 Shinhan Bank SOL KBO League’ game between the Samsung Lions and Doosan Bears held at Jamsil Baseball Stadium in Songpa-gu, Seoul on the afternoon of the 9th.

Samsung Lions’ ace Won Tae-in (24) completed his salary contract for the 2024 season at 430 million won.

According to the Samsung Club on the 25th, Won Tae-in signed for a 22.9% increase from the previous 350 million won.

This is the highest amount excluding free agents and non-FA multi-year contract players within the club.

Won Tae-in pitched 150 innings in 26 games last year, recording 7 wins, 7 losses, and an average ERA of 3.24.

Although he failed to achieve double-digit multipliers for three consecutive years, he was recognized for contributing to his power through consistent pitching despite frequent national team call-ups.

Lee Jae-hyun (21), who left a deep impression last season by becoming a starter and hitting 12 home runs, recorded the highest salary increase in the team by signing a contract for 140 million won, a 133.3% increase from his previous salary.

Infield utility Ryu Ji-hyuk (30), who was traded from KIA Tigers during the 2023 season and wore a Samsung uniform, signed for 200 million won, a 45 million won increase from the previous 155 million won.

Outfielder Kim Seong-yoon (25), who played in the Hangzhou Asian Games and the Asian Professional Baseball Championship (APBC), signed a contract for 100 million won, entering his first billion-dollar salary since his debut. 19가이드03

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