Ha-sung Kim, the first major home run’Bang’

Solo Arch in the 5th inning against Texas

Kim Ha-sung (26, San Diego Padres) finally made his first home run in the major leagues. Kim Ha-sung played as a 9th batter shortstop in the regular league visit to the US professional baseball game against the Texas Rangers on the 11th (Korean time) and lags 2-3. In the 5th inning, he came out as the leading batter and ended the solo arch with a tie.

Ha-Sung Kim fired a cannon hitting the top of the left pole with a 127km/h curve from Texas starter Jordan Ryles.

Ha-seong Kim, who was staring at the trajectory of the batting ball at the plate, energetically turned the base and stepped on the groove when the home run sign came out, and congratulated his elbow with top hitter Trent Grisham, who was in the waiting plate, to celebrate the first home run in the big league. yunhap news

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