“14G 35 on base, 6th base” Kim Ha-sung, crazy on base + instinct to run…ML’s strongest leadoff

 San Diego Padres Kim Ha-seong (28) is showing off a really hot hitting feeling. 

On the 6th (hereinafter Korean time), Kim Ha-seong started as second baseman in the game against the Los Angeles Dodgers held at Petco Park in San Diego, California, USA, and played an active role with 1 hit, 1 run and 1 walk in 4 at-bats. San Diego won 8-3. 

Kim Ha-seong, who is active in 106 토토사이트 games this season with a batting average of 2.86 li (101 hits in 353 bats), 15 homers, 41 RBIs, 61 points, 24 steals and an OPS of .839, has emerged as the best leadoff player in the major leagues. Thanks to his outstanding defense, he is competing for first place in the National League with National League MVP candidate Ronald Acuña Jr. (Atlanta) in WAR (Victory Contribution to Substitutes) provided by Baseball Reference, an American statistical site. 

Ha-seong Kim recorded 1 hit and 1 walk that day and succeeded in multi-on-base. It is a multiple on-base in the last 13 consecutive games and an on-base in 14 consecutive games. It was possible to go on base in 32 consecutive games, except for the one where he played as a pinch hitter in the game against Toronto on the 21st of last month and recorded no hits in one at-bat. 

If you look at the results of the last 14 games in which Kim Ha-seong has been on base in a row, it is really amazing. He is batting 4.2 9 Lee (21-for-49) with 4 homers, 8 RBIs and 12 runs scored. He had 21 hits and 14 walks, going on 35 bases and also stealing 6 bases. His on-base percentage is a whopping .556. This is the best performance as a leadoff player, where on-base and running are important. His OPS, which shows his overall hitting ability, is 1.270, and he is not at all behind Acuña Jr., a leading MVP candidate. 

Ha-seong Kim, who took over as second baseman after being pushed by Zander Bogarts, who came to San Diego this season, started the season in the lower batting order, but starting with the first hitter on June 1st, the number of games leading off gradually increased. From the end of the month, it took its place as a built-in leadoff. Suddenly, the number of at-bats played in the first batting order became the most, and his performance was good with a batting average of 3.24 (45 hits in 139 bats), 9 homers, 18 RBIs and OPS of .991 in 36 games. 

Fans are looking forward to how Kim Ha-seong, who is having the best season, will finish the season.

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