Seoul High School junior pitcher Lee Chansol (18) will wear a Boston Red Sox uniform.
The Red Sox announced the signing of Lee to a minor league contract on Aug. 25 (KST).
Born in 2005, Lee is a junior at Crying Wolf High School. The 5-foot-11, 185-pound right-hander has a 6.30 ERA in 11 games, 20 innings, and three losses in the National High School Baseball Association this season.체스카지노
“The Red Sox have made a rare signing of a Korean high school student,” said NESN, a local Boston media outlet. “Lee was expected to be a first-round pick in the upcoming KBO draft, but he waived his eligibility to join the Red Sox.”
“He joins Bae Ji-hwan, Choo Shin-soo, Park Chan-ho, and Choi Ji-man in going straight to the major leagues. There is a rule that players who skip the KBO draft and sign with a major league team cannot play in the KBO for two years after being released by a major league team. “We only sign players who we think can develop quickly. That’s why the number of players is small.”
Boston saw a lot of potential in Lee. “Seoul Go’s training system is similar to that of the United States,” the media outlet said. The club made the offer with confidence that he would develop into a top player in the big leagues.”