What happened to Ha-seong Kim… Ha-
seong Kim of the San Diego Padres of the U.S. Major League Baseball was doing well and met a ‘reef’. He was suddenly excluded from the selection due to abdominal pain and underwent a detailed examination.
Ha-seong Kim showed off his best performance this season, becoming San Diego’s new leadoff. San Diego is now showing such a tremendous presence that it has become a team that is difficult to play without Kim Ha-seong. It was a ‘crazy performance’ in offense, defense, and state. He personally went beyond joining the 20 home runs and 20 stolen bases club and was trying to achieve 20 home runs and 40 stolen bases.
However, in September, perhaps because his stamina declined, he began to decline. After the grand slam against the Miami Marlins last month, the number of home runs stopped at 17. His batting average also dropped to .266.
And then came the injury. Ha-seong Kim was scheduled to start as first and second baseman against the Oakland Athletics on the 18th (Korean time).먹튀검증 However, just before the game, he complained of abdominal pain and was hastily replaced. As the exact type of injury is not yet known, the San Diego team is also planning to have Kim Ha-seong undergo a detailed examination.
Kim Ha-seong endures most injuries and plays in the game, but he cannot help but feel uncomfortable that he had no choice but to admit to being replaced right before the game. This is because there is a possibility that his injury is more severe than expected.
Ha-seong Kim had 13 games left until the game against Oakland on this day. The team is in a situation where it is possible to take a break as the team has already decided to advance to the fall baseball season, but if he leaves just as he is about to become the second Korean major leaguer to join the 20-20 Club following Choo Shin-soo, it will be extremely disappointing news not only for Kim Ha-seong but also for baseball fans. same.
Before today’s game, Ha-seong Kim had played 143 games and had a batting average of .265, 17 home runs, 58 RBI, and 36 stolen bases.