MLB veteran Choo Shin-soo has signed with the as-yet unnamed Emart baseball club, joining the KBO for the first time in his career. Choo will earn 2.7 billion won ($2.4 million) in annual salary.
MLB veteran Choo Shin-soo has signed with the as-yet unnamed Emart baseball club, joining the KBO for the first time in his career.
Free agent Yang Hyeon-Jong has found a new home in the United States, joining the Texas Rangers on a minor league deal with an opportunity to compete for a big league spot.
Free agent Choo Shin-soo is reportedly gaining interest from a number of MLB clubs, with the Philadelphia Phillies, Milwaukee Brewers and Colorado Rockies all linked to the veteran slugger over the last few days.
Veteran slugger Choo Shin-soo's MLB career may not be over just yet, with the Philadelphia Phillies reportedly considering adding the 38-year-old to their roster for the upcoming season.
The 2020 postseason started strong for the MLB's Korean contingent, with three of the four players earning a spot in the playoffs, but only a few games later there's just one man left standing.
Choo Shin-soo of the Texas Rangers was hoping for another strong season, but things are not working out in his favor. The Rangers announced on Wednesday that Choo will be added to the Rangers’ injured list (IL) after spraining his wrist.
A trying season has taken a turn for the worse for Choo Shin-soo. Choo sprained his right wrist in a slide during the fourth inning of an 8-4 loss to the Seattle Mariners at T-Mobile Park in Seattle on Monday.
For all the trade rumors that swirled around him, Korean major leaguer Choo Shin-soo is staying put with the Texas Rangers. The trade deadline in the MLB fell at 4 p.m. Eastern Time on Monday, or 5 a.m. Tuesday in Korea, and Choo didn't get dealt.
The Toronto Blue Jays' Korean starter Ryu Hyun-jin has picked up his first win of the 2020 season. Ryu shut down the Atlanta Braves over five innings at Truist Park in Atlanta on Wednesday.