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‘Nephew Fool’ Lee Jung-hoo “He’s cute no matter what he does Another happiness for our family”

“I don’t talk to Wooseok often, but I hope he does well and gets promoted quickly.” “I’m sorry” for hitting Konpoto’s chin during the closing hit the previous day When it comes to meals with Kim Ha-seong, “the boss pays the bills.”
Lee Jeong-hoo “My niece is cute no matter what she does”

American professional baseball Major League Baseball (MLB) Lee Jeong-hoo (25, San Francisco Giants) expressed his affection for his nephew on the 6th (local time).

Lee Jeong-hoo met with reporters ahead of the game against Kim Ha-sung’s team, the San Diego Padres, held at Oracle Park in San Francisco on this day and smiled brightly at the pride of his nephew.

Lee Jeong-hoo, the son of former LG coach Lee Jong-beom, welcomed his first nephew in November last year. Go Woo-seok (25, San Diego Padres) is Lee’s former coach’s son-in-law and Lee Jeong-hoo’s brother-in-law.

When the story about his nephew came up, Lee Jung-hoo boasted, “He’s so cute,” and “I want to do everything for him to be cute since he’s my first nephew.”

He continued, “Mom and Dad also love (my nephew) very much,” and said, “I think another happiness has come to our family now.”

Lee Jeong-hoo, who said he hugs his nephew well, said, “When I’m having a hard time, I give it to my mom or younger brother (to hug),” and laughed, “I learned that my nephew is scared, but it’s fun when he cries.”

“I think it would be prettier if it were my baby, but I also think it might be difficult,” he said, adding that his parents do not put pressure on him about marriage.

The day before, Go Woo-seok made his American professional baseball debut as a member of the San Antonio Missions, Double A, a minor league affiliated with the San Diego Padres. He pitched as the team’s closer, pitching one inning of no runs while striking out two.

San Diego closing pitcher Go Woo-seok fights back

Lee Jeong-hoo said, “I heard (yesterday) that he was going to pitch,” and “I don’t contact him often, my mom and dad do it. It’s not awkward because we’re friends, but I might not do it because I’m afraid of feeling pressured as a fellow player…”

He continued, “The day I made my MLB debut, (Wooseok) contacted me, so I spoke on the phone and pitched yesterday,” and added, “Wooseok is coming to the U.S., but there was a delay in getting his visa issued, so I hope he does well and gets promoted to the MLB quickly.”

Lee Jeong-hoo said he had a meal with Kim Ha-seong after the game the previous day. Kim Ha-seong’s teammate Urickson Profar was also present.

When asked, “Who paid the bill this time?” Lee Jeong-hoo, who said he ate at a Korean restaurant, said, “The (restaurant) owner bought it for me,” and “I went there once last year when I came to sign a contract.”

Lee Jung-hoo and Kim Ha-seong dined together several times before and after the match held in San Diego from the 28th to the 31st of last month, and each time, Kim Ha-seong paid the bill.

The San Francisco Giants won 3-2 over the San Diego Padres the previous day thanks to Tyro Estrada’s walk-off double in the bottom of the 9th inning.

At the time, Lee Jeong-hoo climbed the dugout railing and turned his arm, hitting Michael Conforto next to him on the chin.

Lee Jeong-hoo humbly said, “I think Confoto hit my elbow a little hard on the chin. I didn’t know at the time, but he said he was sorry after it was all over.” 성인웹툰


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