The remaining 7 FA players are experiencing the cold winter.
Sign-and-trade is slowly being mentioned. This is because it can be a breakthrough to break through blocked transactions.
However, the reaction of the former team that holds the key is lukewarm. This is because the limited pool set by the opposing team is not very pleasing compared to the free agent reward player pool where you can pick and choose the necessary cards. It means that the original team is not interested in signing a contract with the FA, so there is no way the opposing team will offer a card that appeals to them. Why it is not always easy to find with a bow.
In the midst of this, the NC Dinos rolled up their sleeves to help founding members Hee-dong Kwon (32) and Myeong-gi Lee (35) find a new nest.
NC recently decided to part ways with the two players after much thought.
An official from the NC club recently said, “Through the agent, we conveyed the club’s intention (that it is difficult to sign a contract),” and “We are looking for opportunities to play as backup outfielders for the growth of young players such as Seong-wook Kim 토토 (who has completed military service) Jang-han Oh and newly recruited Seok-hyun Han. Given the composition of the outfield, a contract with two players is unreasonable,” he explained.
NC, which had been flooded with 7 free agents ahead of the salary cap, prioritized Yang Eui-ji and Park Min-woo for negotiations. It was not easy to sign a contract with Lee Myung-gi and Kwon Hee-dong. In a situation where two veteran outfielders are missing, NC prepared for the void by recruiting Han Seok-hyun, who was the futures league batting king, as a futures free agent.
Yang Eui-ji unexpectedly headed to Doosan and had the money, but unfortunately the outfield team was saturated with backups.
Although we are facing an unfortunate breakup, I do not intend to say that I do not know.
NC’s policy is to help as much as possible so that the two players who contributed to the team’s heyday can nest in a new team where they can be given more opportunities.
An official from the NC side said, “If there is a team that hesitates due to the burden of compensation, we are thinking of discussing signing and trading.” It is a method that can help the transfer of Kwon Hee-dong, a B-class free agent who has to give out a compensation player other than 25 players, rather than C-class Lee Myung-gi, who has no compensation player.
Kwon Hee-dong, who joined in 2013 when NC participated in the league after graduating from Gyeongnam High School-Kyungnam University, has been active as a Dinos one-club man. He is 32 years old, born in 1990, and is a young outfielder capable of both center field and corner positions. He is a right-handed hitter with one shot and clutch ability. He’s a well-coveted resource for a team that needs an experienced outfielder, if only the reward player problem is solved.
Will Kwon Hee-dong, who is about to break up with his beloved NC, find a new nest through a sign-and-trade solution? Which team will reach out to a veteran outfielder who is still competitive?