November 08, 2007

Park To Dodgers

Kim Tong-hyung at the Korea Times writes about Chan Ho Park returning to the Dodgers:

The 33-year-old South Korean said Thursday he signed a contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers, where he started his Major League career in 1994, and expected to join the team in spring camp.

Team 61, Park's domestic management agency, declined to reveal the terms of the deal, including whether it's a minor league contract or a split contract, which would provide Park a higher rate of pay if added to the Major League roster.

Park, who posted 113 wins in the majors, is now at the tail end of his playing career. He just pitched one game for the New York Mets this year and gave up seven runs in four innings. He ended the season with the Houston Astros' Triple-A affiliate Round Rock Express and went 6-14 with a 5.97 ERA.


Anonymous said...

good riddens to bad rubbish

Anonymous said...

hes just a broken down has been koran pitcher