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Kim Ha-seong’s ‘Home Run’, Jeong-hoo Lee’s ‘Hit Streak’… Expected to be Very Active this Year

In the U.S. Major League exhibition game, Ha-seong Kim hits his first two-run shot of the year, and Jeong-hoo Lee hits 4G in a row and steals his first base.

Kim Ha-seong (29, San Diego Padres) and Lee Jeong-hoo (26, San Francisco Giants),

who are expected to make a big splash in this year’s American Professional Baseball (MLB), hit their first home run in an exhibition game and a hit in four consecutive games, respectively. 카지노사이트

Ha-seong Kim played as a shortstop and batted fifth in the home game against the Seattle Mariners at Peoria Stadium in Arizona on the 4th, hitting 1 hit in 3 at-bats and collecting 2 RBIs.

The hit was a home run. After the game, the San Diego Padres’ official SNS posted a video of Ha-seong Kim’s home run and introduced it as ‘Things Ha-seong King does.’

Kim Ha-seong, who retired with a ground ball in the second inning and a straight hit in the fourth, drew a refreshing two-run arch that went well over the left-center wall in the fifth inning with no outs on first base and a 5-3 lead.

Kim Ha-seong, who has experienced a thrill in six games, has 5 hits in 12 at-bats (batting average of 0.417) in exhibition games, and is recording one home run and three RBIs.

Ha-seong Kim was replaced during defense in the top of the 6th inning.

Ha-Sung Kim said ahead of this season that he had invested heavily in upgrading the offensive side.

This confidence has continued since the beginning of the exhibition game.

To date, his performance and offensive results in exhibition games are the best since his debut.

Lee Jeong-hoo appeared in center field as the number one hitter in the visiting game against the Cleveland Guardians held at Goodyear Ball Park in Arizona on this day, going 1 hit in 2 at bats, adding a walk and an RBI.

Lee Jung-hoo, who walked in the first inning and scored on a home run by third batter Lamonte Wade Jr, took a breather in the second inning with a ground ball in front of the pitcher.

Then, in the 4th inning, when the score was 2-2, with 2 outs and runners on first and second base, he hit a timely hit to right, sending the runner on second base home.

Lee Jeong-hoo immediately stole second base and recorded his first stolen base in an exhibition game.

With this, he recorded a hit in four consecutive games since his first appearance on the 28th of last month.

He gave up the at-bat to a pinch hitter in the top of the sixth inning and came to the bench.

Lee Jeong-hoo’s batting average in the exhibition game rose to 0.455 (5 hits in 11 at-bats).

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