Korean major leaguer ‘Hwachang’ Kim Ha-seong, 1 hit, 2 stolen bases – Bae Ji-hwan’s 3rd multi-hit

Korean major leaguers Kim Ha-seong (28, San Diego Padres) and Bae Ji-hwan (24, Pittsburgh Pirates) played together ahead of the opening game.

On the 24th (Korean time), Kim Ha-seong started as a sixth hitter and second baseman in an exhibition game against the Kansas City Royals held at the Peoria Sports Complex in Arizona, USA.

Kim Ha-seong, who took the first hit at second base safely in the second inning, confronted starter Brady Singer and struck out looking. He faced left-hander Daniel Lynch on first base with no out in the fourth inning, but struck out on a swing and retired.

However, in the next hit, Ha-seong Kim succeeded in producing a hit. He came on as the leadoff batter in the sixth inning and hit to left against Lynch. After that, he stole 2nd base and then stole 3rd base and was in scoring position.메이저사이트

Kim Ha-seong tried to tag up on Adam Engel’s sacrifice fly and scored. Ha-seong Kim’s base run play contributed greatly to the team’s scoring. Kim Ha-seong was replaced at the end of the 6th inning and the game ended.

On this day, Kim Ha-seong recorded 1 hit in 3 at-bats, 1 run and 2 steals, recording a hit in 3 games since the match against the Colorado Rockies on the 17th. His exhibition game saw his batting average drop from 0.389 to 0.350.

On the same day, Bae Ji-hwan started as second baseman and ninth hitter in an exhibition game against the Boston Red Sox held at Macketsney Field in Bradenton, Florida, USA, and went 2 hits and 1 RBI in 3 at-bats.

Bae Ji-hwan hit multiple hits in two games and achieved his third multi-hit in his exhibition game. His batting average rose from 0.212 to 0.250. Bae Ji-hwan’s teammate Choi Ji-man was absent.

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