Kim Ha-seong, first multi-hit in this year’s MLB demonstration game

I hit a multi-hit (two or more hits in a game) for the first time in a mipro baseball demonstration game.

Ha-Sung Kim appeared as the 7th batsman shortstop in the home game against the Cleveland Guardians at Peoria Stadium in Peoria, Arizona, USA, and harvested one goal in two at-bats.

Ha-seong Kim, who broke the silence in the last two games, smashed the 4th and 5th hits of the demonstration game and raised the batting pace.

The batting average in the trial game rose to 0.385 (5 hits in 13 at-bats).

Ha-seong Kim retreated to second base in the first inning with a floating ball, and then sent a runner to third base by sending a right-handed hit from first base in the fourth.

Follow-up hitter Egui Rosario’s just-time hit scored home to score the team’s fifth goal.

Kim Ha-seong took the second on base with a hit that fell in front of right fielder in a situation where there were no runners in the 6th inning, and was replaced in defense in the 7th inning.

In an interview with a local broadcaster after the game, Kim Ha-seong said, “I feel much more comfortable than last year (when I debuted in the big league), and I eat well and sleep well, so my body is in good shape.” I’m paying attention,” he said.

Kim Ha-seong, who had a valuable experience every moment of last year, said, “The team culture itself is about enjoying the game, so I look forward to the game.” He was determined to say that.

Hyo-Jun Park of Pittsburgh, a year junior of Ha-Sung Kim, hit a hit in 4 at-bat as second baseman in the game against the New York Yankees in 3 batters.

The batting average for the trial game is 0.222 (2 hits in 9 at-bats).

(Photo = Getty Images Korea)