‘365 Billion Won’ shortstop also acknowledged. Crazy stunt defense Kim Ha-seong, “I deserve a Gold Glove”

“Kim Ha-seong deserves a Gold Glove.”

The director and co-workers also praised him. Ha-seong Kim of the San Diego Padres showed off his defensive talent by performing crazy stunts.

The San Diego Union-Tribune, a local media in San Diego, praised Kim Ha-sung’s performance in an article titled “Kim Ha-sung’s defense makes him stand out” on the 6th (Korean time).

The media said, “The second baseman of the Padres continues to play a big role,” and “Ha-seong Kim recorded 1 hit in 4 at-bats in the game against the Los Angeles Angels yesterday, and has a batting average of .257 and an OPS of .755. He stole the 14th base and became the same number as team leader Fernando Tatis Jr.” 

The media then said, “These figures show the rise of Ha-sung Kim, who is in his third season in the major leagues. However, it is impossible to discuss becoming the team’s biggest contributor except for his defense.” 

Zander Bogatz, who joined San Diego with a free agency contract of 280 million dollars (approximately 364.8 billion won) ahead of this season, said of Kim Ha-seong, “There were several hits in the middle of my side (shortstop). I was going to catch him, but I saw Kim Ha-seong (coming to catch him). let him catch he wants it

Ha-Sung  Kim knows he’s doing very well defensively this year, and he’s going to catch every ball.” Go get the Gold Glove. You deserve it,” he said.

In the game against the Angels on the 5th, Kim Ha-seong showed off a series of stunt defenses. In the 4th inning, with 2 out and 1st base, Mike Moustakas’ ground ball was hit by first baseman Jake Cronenworth’s mitt and deflected backwards. The ball bounced in the opposite direction of Kim Ha-seong, who was running toward first base, and Kim Ha-seong hurriedly stopped and blocked the ball with his right hand. Then, he caught the ball that fell on the ground with his left glove and quickly threw it to first base and put it out. It was animal quickness and defensive sense. 

Cronenworth admired, “The ball bounced off my mitt and I was like, ‘Damn it.’ 

The last out count in the ninth was also a highlight scene. The ‘San Diego Union-Tribune’ praised Ha-seong Kim, saying, “Ha-sung Kim ended the game with an almost impossible difficult play.”

San Diego was pursued 8-5 and was in danger with 2 outs loaded. Taylor Ward’s missed ball bounced past pitcher Josh Hader’s height. Ha-seong Kim quickly ran out and tried to catch it, but the ball bounced irregularly. It was the opposite direction Kim Ha-sung was moving. He quickly reached and grabbed the glove to the right, threw it to first base, and got the out. 

“The ball came my way. I thought I couldn’t catch it, but it was nice that Ha-seong Kim handled the out. He makes my life a little bit easier. It’s the amount of ground he can cover,” said Bogatz. praised

 ‘San Diego Union-Tribune’ said, “Ha-seong Kim was recording DRS (Defensive Run Save) +17 until yesterday’s game. +11 as second baseman, +4 as shortstop, and +2 as third baseman. He ranks first among major league infielders. It is tied with right fielder Tatis (+17), who ranks first in the major leagues.” 토토사이트 순위

“I think Ha-seong Kim is the best defender in the game,” said Padres manager Bob Melvin.

Ha-seong Kim said, “First of all, it feels good to hear that from the manager. That’s my job. I play hard every day and I’m proud of that. I just do my job to the best of my ability.”