‘Ryu Hyun-jin’s best friend’ Uribe’s son joins the White Sox “He looks like his father”

The son of Juan Uribe (44), who was loved by domestic baseball fans as a close friend of Ryu Hyun-jin (36, Toronto Blue Jays), has joined the American professional baseball Chicago White Sox.

The Chicago Sun-Times, an American local media, said on the 17th (Korean time), “The White Sox signed an international amateur contract with Juan Uribe Jr. (16), the son of Juan Uribe, for a contract of 200,000 dollars (about 248 million won).” said.

Marco Paddy, head of international scouting for the Chicago White Sox, said, “Uribe Jr. stands out with his short and simple swing. 온라인카지노

“He can look at defending shortstop and second base now, and it’s up to him what position he’ll play in the future,” he added.

“Father” Uribe, an infielder from the Dominican Republic, made his big league debut with the Colorado Rockies in 2001 and played for the White Sox from 2004 to 2008.

He became the starting shortstop in 2005 and helped the White Sox win the World Series.

From 2011 to mid-2015, he was the starting third baseman for the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Uribe, who had a pleasant personality, played a role as an atmosphere maker at the time, and drew attention by showing a relaxed appearance, such as playing a joke with Ryu Hyun-jin.

Uribe retired after playing 73 games for the Cleveland Guardians in 2016 and now runs a baseball training facility in Nijao, Dominican Republic.

On this day, Uribe Jr. revealed his initiation ceremony through his social media. Uribe attended the ceremony with his wife and congratulated his son.

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