“Ha-sung Kim’s 6G batting average of 0.435 and the most stolen bases, it’s a solid performance” US media praise, but I can’t laugh

Kim Ha-seong (28‧ San Diego) continues to play an active role. He is also evaluated by the local media as having a record that guarantees his place as a starter. He’s not smiling though. Apart from his individual performance, he doesn’t feel like being a team.바카라사이트

Kim Ha-seong played as the starting 8th second baseman in the match against San Francisco held at Oracle Park in San Francisco, California on the 22nd, and recorded 1 hit and 1 base in 4 at-bats, including reporting a hit in the last at-bat. Ha-seong Kim continued his 6-game hitting streak with a hit in the 9th inning.

Kim Ha-seong, who had also successfully stolen a base earlier, recorded the 13th stolen base of the season. This was a personally meaningful steal, surpassing 12 last year, which was his record for the most stolen bases in a season after advancing to the major leagues.

His recent performance has been consistent. He’s not very explosive, but he’s consistently contributing to the team by making hits and on base. The local media is also highlighting the value of Kim Ha-sung. It was also evaluated that he had enough grades to occupy a spot on Keystone.

US CBS Sports said, ‘Ha-seong Kim hit all of the last 6 games, and during this period, he recorded a batting average of 0.435 (10 hits in 23 at-bats), 2 steals, 2 RBIs, and 4 runs. Currently, in only 70 games, he is recording 13 stolen bases, the highest in (individual) career,’ he introduced his recent performance and Kim Ha-seong’s personal record.

Next, Ha-seong Kim has a batting average of 0.250 this season, an on-base percentage of 0.337, and a slugging percentage of 0.364, with 5 home runs, 21 RBIs, 30 runs, and 10 doubles. After listing the grades as ‘overall solid performance’, he predicted that there would be no special change in the game of Ha-seong Kim for the time being, saying, ‘I am steadily maintaining my starting position in the keystone position’.

Kim Ha-seong is evaluated as one of the best defenders in the major leagues this year, and his scoring production is about the same as the league average. It would be nice if his offensive power improved a bit, but his performance alone is worth it. All the more so considering his average annual salary is only around $7 million.

But even so, he seldom gets offended. It is because of the sluggishness of his team, San Diego. San Diego lost 2-4 that day as well, falling into a three-game losing streak. The fact that they lost in a row to San Francisco, which belongs to the same district, is more painful in the ranking competition. Starter Darvish Yu conceded 4 runs in 6 innings, such as conceding a run due to an unclear home collision prevention law, and the luxury batting line could not make up for it.

San Diego, which has been continuously reinforcing its power with a lot of money recently, received great expectations that it would surpass the LA Dodgers, the strongest player in the National League West this season. However, when I opened the lid, the team was not functioning normally. Expected key players are sluggish, and as only sporadic performances continue, the overall team batting line does not catch fire. The mound is good in its own right, but that is why it struggles.

San Diego has a record of 35-39 (.473) through the 22nd. It seems that it is difficult to get out of the 50% odds game. In the meantime, it fell to 4th place on Earth. Not to mention the Dodgers, it is far behind Arizona (.600) and San Francisco (.568), which are leading the league. The gap with Arizona, the leader in the district, has reached 9.5 games, and is 6 games behind in the National League wild card race. San Diego’s sigh is deepening.

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