Bae Ji-hwan and Kim Ha-seong, ‘Korean Major Leaguers’ who wrote history, are unusual in their early season performances
Bae Ji-hwan (23, Pittsburgh Pirates) and Kim Ha-seong (28, San Diego Padres) performed exceptionally well at the beginning of the season.
Bae Ji-hwan has been active since the opening game. Bae Ji-hwan, who was named to the opening roster for the first time this season, made his name known with three walks, including a multi-hit, in the first game of the season against the Cincinnati Reds.
He also stood out for his defense and quick feet. Bae Ji-hwan, who played as a second baseman, also played an active role as a center fielder, and energized Pittsburgh with steals that caught opponents off guard.
In a match against the Boston Red Sox held at Fenway Park in Boston on the 5th (Korean time), he even hit a home run that went over a huge fence called the ‘Green Monster’. Bae Ji-hwan’s first home run in the big leagues.
He also wrote big league history. Bae Ji-hwan became the second National League player to hit a home run on his debut at Fenway Park.
Kim Ha-seong also boasts a fierce hitting feeling. In the game against the Colorado Rockies held at Petco Park on the 1st, he led the attack with 3 hits, including 2 doubles.
And his watery hitting sense exploded on the 4th against the Arizona Diamondbacks. The walk-off home run gave San Diego the win.
In the bottom of the ninth, trailing 3-4.메이저사이트 San Diego tied the game with David Dahl’s solo shot, followed by Kim Ha-sung’s home run to end the game.
This is the first time in big league history that a game has ended with a back-to-back home run by batters 8 and 9. Ha-seong Kim has become a hero in American baseball history.
These are Bae Ji-hwan and Kim Ha-seong, who continue to announce good news. It remains to be seen if they can continue their early season momentum.