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Kim Ha-seong already has this long hit… Unusual long hit show, looks like a career high

Kim Ha-seong (San Diego), who is in his 3rd year in the major leagues, is unusual in his long hitting power. He hasn’t even played 10 games yet, with 4 doubles and 2 home runs.

On the 10th (Korean time), Ha-seong Kim came out as a 6th hitter and second baseman in a game against the Atlanta Braves in the ‘2023 Major League Baseball’ held at True Park in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, and recorded a multi-hit only with a long hit.

In the second inning, he scored an RBI with a large double that hit the wall directly from second base without a hit, and in the fifth inning, he hit a two-run home run that put a wedge in the victory. He had his 4th double of the season and his 2nd home run in one game.

Kim Ha-seong’s performance rose to 0.282 batting average, 0.343 on-base percentage, and 0.593 slugging percentage. He has not yet played 10 regular season games, but this year is a performance that raises expectations for something different. Compared to the same period last year, there is a marked difference.

Kim Ha-seong recorded a batting average of 0.208, an on-base percentage of 0.321, and a slugging percentage of 0.292 in the first nine games last year. In 28 at-bats, 5 hits in 24 at-bats, the only long hit was a triple. His first home run came in the 10th game, followed by a No. 2 home run in the 13th game. But this year, in just nine games, he has 4 doubles and 2 home runs.

In the home run that came out in the 5th inning of the game on the 10th, it was confirmed how much Kim Ha-seong’s ability to cope with pitches has improved. He was a breaking ball that almost hit the ground in front of home plate, but he lifted it by shifting his weight forward.

The hit ball flew 401 feet (about 122.2 m) at a speed of 94.5 miles (about 152 km) per hour. Left fielder Eddie Rosario put his back against the fence and tried a jump catch, but he couldn’t catch it.

The batted ball speed was faster in the second inning double. 메이저사이트 This double hit the left-middle fence directly at 104.3 miles per hour and about 167.8 km.

Meanwhile, Kim Ha-seong got on base three times in the game on the 10th, including two long hits and a walk. His RBIs went up by 3. Thanks to Kim Ha-sung’s long-running show and Nelson Cruz’s 3 hits and 6 RBIs, San Diego defeated Atlanta 10-2 and won three consecutive wins.


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