Kim Sun-bin stays with Kia Tigers for 3-year, 3 billion won deal

Kim Sun-bin (34) has agreed to stay with the Kia Tigers next year.
Kia announced on Thursday that it has signed Kim for a three-year contract with a signing bonus of 600 million won, a three-year total salary of 1.8 billion won, and an option for 600 million won, for a total of 3 billion won.

This is Kim’s second free agent contract after signing a four-year, 4 billion won contract with Kia in 2020 for a total of 4 billion won, including a 1.6 billion won signing bonus.
Kim joined Kia in 2008 and has been a one-club man ever since.

In 15 seasons in the KBO, he has appeared in 1509 games, batting .303 with 1506 hits, 564 RBIs, 691 runs scored, and 149 stolen bases.

Last season, he batted .320 with 134 hits, 48 RBIs, and 41 runs scored.

He has also shown great leadership, serving as a captain for the last two years.
AdvertisementKim Sun-bin said, “Above all, I wanted to stay with KIA.

I am grateful to the club for offering me such a good deal,” said Kim. ” 온라인카지노

I will continue to work hard before the season and help the team become a consistent powerhouse.

Although I gave up the captaincy, I will take responsibility as a senior player and do my best to help the team stand at the top of fall baseball.”
As a franchise player who has played steadily for the Tigers as a one-club man, we approached the negotiations with the idea that we had to grab him unconditionally.

He has already proven his skills, so we expect him to be a great addition to the team’s strength if he continues to play like he is now.”

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