San Diego, what would you have done without Kim Ha-sung…He has 2 records for 1st place in his team

Kim Ha-sung (29, San Diego), who is particularly strong in summer, is proving his status in the team with his performance.

Before the game on Wednesday (Korea Standard Time), Kim played in a total of 68 games this season, posting a batting average of 0.220 with nine homers, 32 RBIs and 13 steals. The combined OPS for on-base plus slugging percentage is 0.725.

It is a little disappointing compared to Kim Ha-sung’s status, which raised expectations as he had his career high season after entering the Major League last year and even won a gold glove given to the best defender after the season.

As seen on 홀짝사이트, Kim Ha-sung’s status in the team is not bad at all. Rather, he is better than last year.

According to the “Game Note” data released by the San Diego Padres ahead of Wednesday’s game, Kim has hit nine home runs in this season by hitting a homerun for two consecutive days against the Arizona Diamondbacks last weekend. This is a good record, ranking second in the home run category in his team.

Kim Ha-sung hit a home run for two consecutive days

It is the first time that Kim has hit two consecutive home runs since June 23 and 24 last year. The San Diego Padres have nine home runs in the last four games. And two of them are homers that Kim hit with his bat.

Kim Ha-sung’s walks are also noteworthy. As of Tuesday, he has posted a total of 37 walks this season. He ranks first in his team. None of the San Diego fielders has garnered more walks than Kim Ha-sung. This is proof that he has become patient and has improved his pitching capability.

In addition, Kim Ha-sung’s 13.6 percent walk ratio is good enough to rank eighth in the entire Major League Baseball.

Kim Ha-sung, who showed a strong feeling of hitting every summer

Kim Ha-sung’s stolen base record is also worthy of praise. 안전놀이터 Kim had 13 stolen bases this season as of Tuesday. This is the No. 1 record in his team, and the fifth-largest stolen base among shortstop in the Major League Baseball.

Since last year, he has a total of 51 stolen bases, which ranks fifth in the National League overall, so his main focus is among the top in the league.

Last month, Kim was sluggish with a batting average of .0217 with three homers and seven RBIs with an OPS of 0.674. However, as he did in June, he improved with a batting average of 0.242 with two homers and eight RBIs with an OPS of 0.900. As Kim displayed feverish performance every summer after moving to the Major League, attention is focusing on the upcoming games.

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