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Kim Kwang-hyun is unlikely to stay in St. Louis Cardinals, says US baseball website-Chosun Ilbo: Daily News from South Korea

Kim Kwang Hyun

MLB.com said Tuesday that St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Kim Kwang-hyun is likely to break up with the Big League club after his contract expires.

In an article discussing the problems Cardinals is facing this winter, several US baseball websites predicted that they were “getting out of the door (but with little hope of a return).” Nominated a player. In addition to Kim, they are all free agents Matt Carpenter, Andrew Miller and Carlos Martinez.

Before the start of the 2020 season, Kim will sign a two-year contract, guarantee US $ 8 million and have the potential to earn up to US $ 11 million (US $ 1 = US $ 1,193). He became a free agent at the end of the season and returned to South Korea on Monday.

He will take a decent break for the time being and ponder the next steps in his career. Former team SSG Landers may return to the Korean League, where they have their first rights.

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