Will Noh Kyung-eun and Lee Yong-chan appear again? It’s a crisis of ‘missing many FAs’

 The second Noh Kyung-eun (39, SSG Landers) and Lee Yong-chan (34, NC Dinos) are in danger of coming out in a pile. With the spring camp approaching, players without FA contracts are increasingly being pursued.

Of the 21 FA approved players in the Stove League, 17 have confirmed their destination. The total amount of the 17 contracts reached 79.23 billion won. Due to the salary cap introduced this year, clubs that needed reinforcements moved quickly and actively, Yang Eui-ji (Doosan, 4+2 years 15.2 billion won) Park Min-woo (NC, 5+3 years 14 billion won) Chae Eun-seong (6 years 9 billion won) ) Most of the large contracts such as Yoo Kang-nam (Lotte, 4 years, 8 billion won) were completed before December.

Not all free agents’ contracts went smoothly. Pitchers Jeong Chan-heon (33) and Kang Ri-ho (33), and outfielders Kwon Hee-dong (33) and Lee Myeong-gi (36) are still trembling in the cold wave of FA. All four players are actively looking for clubs to wear, but it seems difficult to expect good contracts. The 10 clubs have virtually completed all plans for their strength, so there is a high possibility that the unfortunate player will end up taking the loss.

It would be fortunate if a club that could communicate with the players appeared even now, but spring camp will start on the 1st of next month. If this continues, there is a high possibility that all four players will remain as free agents.

Recent cases of missing free agents include Noh Kyung-eun and Lee Yong-chan. After finishing the 2018 season, Noh Kyung-eun came to the free agent market, but failed to narrow the disagreement with his original team, Lotte, and failed to sign his contract. He missed the entire year of 2019 with no other club reaching out to him. Instead, Noh Kyung-eun did not let go of the ball, such as training at college for a year spent as a barbarian, and wrote a drama to conclude a free agency contract with Lotte for 2 years and 1.1 billion won ahead of the 2020 season. 카지노사이트

Lee Yong-chan was a bit of a special case. He came out on the free agency market after ending the 2020 season early due to Tommy John surgery. Even though he is a veteran pitcher with high utility value as a starting or finishing pitcher, he is a player in the process of rehabilitation, so not only Doosan, the original team, but other clubs did not readily step forward. After rehabilitation, Lee Yong-chan spent time proving his health by learning a sense of practice as a member of an independent club, and in May 2021, he signed a 3+1 year 2.7 billion won contract with NC, which was in urgent need of bullpen blood transfusion.

Noh Kyung-eun and Lee Yong-chan laughed in the end, but the process of getting to the happy ending was very rough. The best scenario for the four unsigned free agents is to find their team and prepare for the new season without remaining lost as much as possible.

Jeong Chan-heon and Kang Ri-ho have opened communication channels with Kiwoom Heroes and Lotte Giants, respectively, their original teams, but there seems to be no progress yet. NC, the original team of Kwon Hee-dong and Lee Myung-gi, did not set up the negotiation table itself, saying, “I will also sign and trade, so please find a team to play.” Kwon Hee-dong and Lee Myeong-gi, whose communication with the original team is completely blocked, are having an even colder winter. Can there be a player who dramatically signs the contract before the start of camp in the crisis of missing free agents?

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