Major League Baseball’s San Francisco Giants are the ‘Grandson of the Wind’ Even after Lee Jeong-hoo (25) officially joined the team, he is working hard on promotion. Lee Jeong-hoo’s pet dog, ‘Kao’, was introduced.
San Francisco posted several photos of Lee Jeong-hoo’s dog Kao on the club’s official SNS on the 17th (Korean time). 바카라사이트닷컴
San Francisco wrote, “You probably didn’t know that we didn’t just recruit Lee Jung-hoo,” and Lee Jung-hoo also replied, “Thank you for sharing.”
Kao is the name of the dog that Jeonghu Lee has raised since middle school. Lee Jeong-hoo is showing affection to Kao to the point of creating and managing a separate SNS account.
San Francisco drew attention that day by posting a photo of Cao. In the photo of Lee Jeong-hoo and Kao together, he wrote, “We already love them a lot.”
Lee Jeong-hoo’s interest in dogs is ‘Superstar’ It is similar to Shohei Ohtani (LA Dodgers).
Ohtani, who recently signed a $700 million contract with the Dodgers, was asked, “What is your dog’s name?” at his introductory press conference.
It was a follow-up question to the criticism that Otani and his agent were “hiding even the dog’s name” when they kept related information “top secret” right before signing the Dodgers contract.
When asked, Otani said, “It’s called decopin, but it’s hard to pronounce.” He replied, “The original name was Deco, so I’m introducing it to people as Deco to make it easier for people to call it.”
Afterwards, local interest in not only Otani but also the pet dog ‘Dekoi’ soared.
San Francisco, which was behind in the ‘Ohtani recruitment process, also seems to be paying attention to Lee Jung-hoo as soon as it recruits him and expecting a similar effect.
Meanwhile, Lee Jung-hoo signed a six-year contract worth a total of $113 million on the 13th. Lee Jeong-hoo is expected to take over as San Francisco’s number one hitter and center fielder next season.