Kim celebrates his first ML grand slam
and 300th career hit.
His 17th home run of the season and 28th stolen base.
Grand slam in 388th game San Diego’s Ha-Sung Kim, left, celebrates after hitting a grand slam to make it 5-0 in the second inning of a Major League Baseball (MLB) baseball game against Miami on April 22. 카지노사이트 It was Kim’s first grand slam in 388 games since making his MLB debut in 2021. San Diego went on to win 6-2.
Kim Ha-seong, 28, of San Diego, hit his first “grand slam” in Major League Baseball (MLB).
Kim stepped to the plate with the bases loaded and one out in the bottom of the second inning of his team’s 1-0 win over the Angels on April 22 and blasted a home run over the left field fence. He was down to two strikes on an 0-pitch count, but when Miami starter Ryan Weathers, 24, threw a 155-mile-per-hour fastball to his body, he spun his bat like he was waiting for it. The pitch traveled 153 kilometers per hour and became a 109-meter grand slam.
Kim had previously reached base 33 times with runners in scoring position and had nine hits, including four doubles, 온라인카지노 but this was his first home run. Kim also hit four grand slams during his professional baseball career in Korea. Prior to Kim, Shin-Soo Choo (41-SSG-4), Ji-Man Choi (32-San Diego-2), Hee-Seop Choi (44-Former LA Dodgers), and Jung-Ho Kang (36-Pittsburgh) also hit grand slams in MLB.
It was Kim’s 17th home run of the season and his 300th MLB hit. He is only the third Korean player to reach 300 career hits in MLB, joining Shin-Soo Choo (1,671) and Ji-Man Choi (365).
Kim was also the first batter to get San Diego on the board. In his first at-bat in the bottom of the first inning, Kim stole second base and then stole third for his 28th stolen base of the season. He later came home on a sacrifice fly by Manny Machado (31). San Diego ended up beating Miami 6-2.
At his current pace, Kim could finish the season with 22 home runs and 36 stolen bases. Prior to last year, 카지노사이트존 no other Korean hitter in the MLB had ever hit more than 20 home runs and stolen more than 30 bases in a season.