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The Doosan Bears of the Korean Baseball Organization (KBO) have reacquired right-handed pitcher Hong Gun-hee (31), who was released as a free agent. Doosan announced on Friday that it has signed Hong for a maximum of 2.45 billion won ($3 million down payment, $2.1 billion in total annual salary, and $50 million in incentives) for 2+2 years. “The total amount of the contract for the first two years is 950 million won,” Doosan said, “including a player option for two years and 1.5 billion won after the end of the two-year contract.”

Hong joined the KIA Tigers as a second-round draft pick in 2011 before being traded to Doosan during the 2020 season. In 237 games in a Doosan uniform, Hong has a 12-24 record, 39 wins, 44 losses and a 3.46 goals-against average .In his professional career, Hong is 21-44 with a 5.10 ERA in 403 games with 49 saves and 44 holds. “He has been the centerpiece of our bullpen for four years, so we negotiated with the premise that he is an essential player for the team,” said a Doosan representative, “and we look forward to seeing him perform well both on and off the mound.” “I have a new mindset now that I’m wearing a Doosan uniform,” said Hong Gun-hee, “and my only goal is to 토토 do a better job on the mound after a long wait.”

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