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St. Charles East graduate Wes Benjamin leaves Chicago White Sox organization for South Korea: ‘It's an experience I'll never forget.'

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

Wes Benjamin is willing to do whatever it takes to further his professional baseball career.
The next step on that journey will take place in South Korea.
Benjamin, a St. Charles East graduate , was granted his release May 17 by the Chicago White Sox and will report next week to KT Wiz, the defending Korean Baseball Organization League champions.
“If you knew what was going on in my head the last week and a half, I was all over the place,” Benjamin said. “I knew it was something I needed to do to better my career in the future.”
Several factors came into consideration when making the...
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